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Davide Grillo,il paradiso all'improvviso

Il Paradiso è un luogo perfetto?
Cosa è il Paradiso?
Dove è il Paradiso?
Dov’è in terra la luce del Paradiso?
Molte domande per una collezione autunno/inverno…

Finalista di “Who Is On Next?” 2017, il progetto di scouting ideato ed organizzato da Altaroma in collaborazione con Vogue Italia, Davide Grillo torna sulle passerelle di Altaroma per presentare “Eden”, la sua collezione Autunno Inverno 2018-2019.
L’Eden è un posto perfetto?
Cos’è l’Eden?
Dove si trova?
Dove puoi trovare la luce dell’Eden sulla terra?
Molte domande per una collezione F/W che si ispira all’idea di un Eden imperfetto.
Nessun mondo è perfetto e questa è la sua bellezza è un concetto caro a molti creativi; ricordate la campagna della BMW per la sua Serie 5 “Nothing is perfect” in cui una serie di bellissime ed elegantissime donne appaiono al passare della berlina bavarese mostrando poi ognuna un piccolo difetto caratteristico, dallo strabismo di Venere ad un diastema accentuassimo, per poi chiudersi con l’immagine di una fiancata esteriore della vettura segnata da un vistoso graffio?. Ecco, trasportate tutto ciò in una collezione ed avrete Eden.
Un eclettico caos ispiratore sul concetto di un Eden imperfetto dà vita alla collezione attraverso la luce e il buio delle ombre di Mark Rothko, attraverso i delicati scarabocchi di Cy Twombly che percorrono le epoche da quella cinquecentesca di Caterina De Medici, con i suoi florals perfetti alle proporzioni e allo stile degli anni ’80 in stile punk.
Anche le figure angeliche dai delicati colori arcobaleno sono radicate a terra perdendo le loro ali magiche maestosamente auree e diventando più realistiche e terrene.
Raggi di luce illuminano il giardino dell’Eden con vivaci colori gialli e dorati metallizzati.
Sfumature di rose rosse si intrecciano con i tessuti che le sorreggono e donano loro colore.
Is Eden a perfect place?
What is Eden? Where is it?
Where can you find the light of Eden on earth?
The F/W collection draws inspiration from the idea of an imperfect EDEN.
No world is perfect and that is its beauty.
An eclectic inspirational CHAOS on the concept of an imperfect Eden gives life to the collection through the LIGHT and the DARKNESS of the shades of Mark Rothko, the delicate scribbles of Cy Twombly, tapping through ages from 500’s Caterina De Medici, with her perfect florals, to the 80’s punk style proportions and styling.
Also ANGELIC figures of light delicate rainbow colors are grounded to earth losing their magical wings stately aura and becoming more realistic.
RAYS of LIGHT illuminate the garden with vibrant sun yellows and metallic ormour golds.
Shades of RED ROSES entwine with ruby SNAKESKIN and bring women to their APHRODITE moment.
His story
Davide Grillo, class ’93, begins his path into fashion at the institute for the Craft of Fashion in Parma, enriching it with short courses at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. In 2010 he participated in the “Ponza Emotions contest in collaboration with Anna Fendi”, where he exhibited an ethereal collection on the nature movement of the island. During his studies he worked for several artisans and tailoring workshops of Parma where he learned the importance of assembling and dressmaking . In 2011, after having won the special prize of the contest for young designers, “Riccione Moda Italia”, with a collection on the women of Boldini, he graduated with honors and immediately began working as a designer at Pinko. In 2014 he was selected among the winners of Next Generation bringing his collection to F/W 14-15 Milan Fashion week. After an experience in Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda in 2016 he founded his own brand, based on the poetics of craftsmanship and uniqueness of traditional processes. Founded in 2016 with his first S/S17 collection, the David Grillo brand has as a hallmark the research of poetic beauty and melancholy of the past inlaid with contemporary elements and fantastic visions. Eclectic inspirations form a romantic figure who likes to dream and lets itself go into new worlds and stories through a gown. Pre-Raphaelite Nymphs, Dames of the ‘400, Hellenistic mythological Creatures, Legendary Persian goddesses, delicate antique Women filled with a deep love for art and aesthetics in fashion, with eastern or western influence. Handmade craft is the key to the brand, just as in art; delicate garments are created for the
collection. Fabrics are enhanced with hand made illustrations, fine embroidery embellish the faint silhouette to evoke past eras and forewarn futures