The long awaited fashion show will be held at 9 pm and will be preceded by a buffet to welcome an international audience.
The clothes that paraded on the catwalk were made ??by the students and inspire to very bold and topical themes:
The Idea of the “Monochrome” was born from the overlap of various fabrics. Following a study of the trend, we chose the color yellow because it’s in vogue this year. It’s a simple style without prints, only well-defined model. It’s a look for young and dynamic women wearing day clothes. This is the theme for the students that attend the first year of the course.
For this theme, we had drawn inspiration from Andrè Courrege, a stylist of the 60’s. Andrè has created a young fashion with a futuristic vision. The fashion is accessible although he use unusual materials reversing the fashion of previous years. The cuts are innovative and the clothes in plastic accorded with the optimistic faith of the future. The colors range from, a palette of white and black, to pastel tones.
The fashion show ends with the last theme that is inspired by Japanese origami. The dresses are extraordinarily elaborate and handmade by the students. The models are extremely feminine and elegant, elaborate and decent. We have chosen the color “orange” to defuse the stiffness models.
Istituto di Moda Burgo