'International Couture' concluded the Altaroma fashion week in Rome. The Catwalk of 'International Couture' featured creations by A'biddikkia, Baroqco Jewelry, Eleonora CicchettI, Kovalowe & la Métamorphose Paris.
The models were styled by The Best Club by Wella for Hair Styling, led by artistic director Giovanni Salerno and for Make-up by the Face Place Academy by Pablo, under artistic director Pablo Gil Cagné. The overall event organization was entrusted to Maria Cristina Rigano, Adviser of the Italian-Lebanese Cultural Institute.
The colors of the Aeolian Islands opened the show with the Jasmine collection for A'biddikkia by Giovanna Mandarano, garments made of pure silk with exclusive prints created by the designer and inspired by her native Panarea.
Italy was also represented in the Dreamers collection created by the young stylist Eleonora Cicchetti, who has chosen be a spokesperson for inclusiveness, giving value to every woman in revenge against the prejudices she herself has had to face.
Eduardo & Imelda Liem from the Netherlands create unique pieces of handcrafted jewelry using the sparkling colors of authentic CRYSTALS®, some with semi-precious stones and freshwater pearls worked with recycled silver and platinum.
The jewels of the Paradoxe collection presented by Baroqco decorate the couture garments of the Timeless collection by Valentina d'Angelo for Blue Valentine. The show also featured two Polish brands. Kovalowe, which presented the DUO collection full of intense colors combined with a deep black and decorated with handmade accessories by sisters Ewelina & Justyna.
The beauty of the night inspired the new collection by La Métamorphose called ‘Dame de la Nuit’: garments in black and white, others in color, the unmissable tuxedo and handmade 3D flower-shaped appliques.
The collections were combined with footwear by Fleur d'Oranger and Liquid Beans Nederland BV kept the spirits high backstage at International Couture by offering gourmet coffee-based drinks with beans from Suriname.
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