Francesca Liberatore Fall Winter 2020 at Milan Fashion week


Francesca Liberatore Runway Show AW 20/21 at Milano Fashion week

Francesca Liberatore Runway Show Fall Winter 2020

Milan Fashion Week

Francesca Liberatore entrusts her FW 2020-21 collection to cinematographic storytelling, playing her ‘J-Kolombina-R’ in a game with the public. Inspired by the film from Todd Phillips, the metamorphosis invades the audience, generating a complicity between models and viewers, depiction and reality. In the great salon of Odeon Cinema Milano, the protagonist enters in scene undergoing three phases of mutation through an evolution of dressing.
The show opens with daily essentials and discretion, with comfort and warmth found in a palette of woolly greys and beiges, mixed with browns and greens aligned in regimental stripes. There is a composed reassuring sense in the protagonist, yet still aware of her unrest. The projected images alternate with a cadenced step in a narration that, like cinema is reality.
Wools, lurex and coated velvets lead into a transition that preludes the s incarnation, as luminescence and contrasts elude to a change taking place. A 70’s reminiscence was seen in large volumes, high-waisted or flared mannish trousers sometimes combined with kilts and an absolute must, the suit. Blocks of color from midnight blue to peacock close in a total velvet final act, as the real character is born illuminated by lilac, pink and ocher, ultimately revealing a dazzling red. This is how the search for a new point of view becomes the need for the designer to experiment with movement, performance of the garment in actuality, and its dissociations.
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto (1)
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto

Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto

Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Courtesy of Vittorio Zunino Celotto
Passion and determination drive the key of her success, upholding the name of Made in Italy overseas. In 2014 Francesca Liberatore wins the DHL Exported Award, a direct link to an important partnership with IMG Fashion, that brings her to permanently show her collections during the New York Fashion Week. Since September 2014 to date, she officially showed on the most exclusive NY catwalk venues, Lincoln Center Salon, The Moynihan Station at the Dock Skylight and Gallery 1 at Clarkson Square.
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
Courtesy of Pietro D’Aprano, Francesco della Manna & Getty Images
On February 2018, after significant seven seasons at the NYFW, and with new self awareness, she came back to Milan MFW and, in the same year, she celebrate 10 years of carrier with her first book published by Silvana Editoriale and distributed all over the world. In september Francesca participated to Milano Fashion week for the first time after 10 years off-schedule supported by the successful collaboration with DHL, Arena and FIN where Liberatore signed a capsule for the sport label and the training swimsuits of the Italian National Swim Team for Tokyo 2020.
Looks From The Runway
Courtesy of Giuseppe Spena
Direction…………………………………………………………FRANCESCA LIBERATORE
Starring……………………………………………………………………….MISS COLOMBINA
Cinematography………………………………………………………………….ALICE FALCO
Editing………………………………………………………………………………..ALICE FALCO
Camera Operator…………………………………………………….DANIELE MALDARIZZI
Camera Operator…………………………………………………….FULVIO BECHERUCCI
Bts Photographer………………………………………….FRANCESCO DELLA MANNA
Technical Support………………………………………………………ANTONIO TOSCANO
Wardrobe Stylist………………………………………………………….ANGELA CAPUANO
Hair…………………………………………………………………………………………BEAUTICK
Hair team Leader…………………………………………………………………BEPPE D’ELIA
Make-up………………………………………………………………………FASHION AVENUE
Make-up team Leader……………………………………………………MARKUS THEISEN
Show Production Coordinator…………………………………..JENNAVAVE BARBERO
FRANCESCA LIBERATORE (Rome,1983) graduates at CentralSaintMartins in 2007 and immediately starts work for some of the world’s most celebrated design houses including Viktor&Rolf Amesterdam, JeanPaulGaultier-Paris and Brioni woman.
In 2009 Liberatore steps out on her own and launches her namesake label winning Italy’s prestigious Next Generation competition promoted by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana and earning runways show during Milan Fashion Week. Francesca Liberatore, both the creative director, and the collection are an immediate hit. The following years she shows in some of the world’s most celebrated cities and venues, Paris, London, Canton, Saint Petersburg, Minsk, Warsow, thanks to special capsules and important international partnership projects, including Moulin Rouge Paris, Saga Furs, Swarovski, Nafa, Lineapelle and more. Her work have been installed in exclusive venues, in Museo Della Triennale so as in Museo della Permanente in Milan and Edieuropa Gallery in Rome. In the years Francesca shares her unique experience, know-how and style teaching in Italy and abroad in the best fashion and design schools from Milan to New York, as a teacher (Accademia Belle Arti, Naba, Marist University) and as and international expert for the United Nations- Giordania, Vietnam, Perù, Armenia, Pakistan, Cuba.
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