Refinement, independence, exclusive luxury: these are the key words that characterise and identify the Magrì world, a project in which the combination of creativity, elegance and femininity constitutes the unique mix that gives life to the DNA of the brand
Giaquinto is a brand that aims at creating women’s bags and accessories of the highest quality, made solely of leather (no other materials are used). The mission is to give women the possibility to choose, creating a product capable of representing their hopes and ambitions, regardless of mass production trends
The exhibition, organized at the last edition of Mipel and open to the public, led the city of Milan down a path of discovery that featured the creativity and craftsmanship of Italian leather goods, while also highlighting the evolution of female roles in society, through the bag and its contents, from the 50’s to present-day times
The Milanese company creates unique objects with an innovative design. It is divided into two divisions: interior design and fashion; the latter includes the accessory collections GEB (Green Ecological Bags) and the new collection Trasgressioni, which has been presented at the latest White fair in Milan
From the 17th to the 22nd April Schmid will be in Via Maroncelli 12 under the vest of shopping bags and deckchairs made by WaxMax at the Milan Design Week.
This past 5 April, in the new prestigious Lineapelle venue of Palazzo Gorani in Milan, the 4th Intreccincantiere Awards Ceremony dedicated to designers under 30 was held by Manifattura di Domodossola.
Alessandro Enriquez’s new autumn – winter 2018-19 collection is a journey round the world in various stages, to places that are dear to the designer.
The competition’s winners were Hong King designer Kong Chan Tak Kei and Singapore designer Ho Kuan Teck, because they were able to blend fresh creativity with quality design in their proposals.
The art of patchwork at the service of style and sustainability is at the heart of the Ebarrito project, a young Italian brand founded by Palermo native Alessandro La Micela and his partner Gloria, who have set themselves the mission of creating accessories by ennobling the discards of Italian mass distribution.