Sophistication, femininity and originality.
Fabiana Milazzo has a major in fashion from the Italian Academy of Fashion, Art and Design, and has a specialization in shaping at the Callegari Institute, also in Italy. She was always passionate about creating, not only clothes, but everything involving any kind of creative process.
Her passion for art and the desire to innovate led her to develop new techniques of embroidery that associated with traditional ones, resulting in handmade unique effect on textures, reliefs and colorful patterns.
Fabiana Milazzo will be making her US Runway Debut this October at LA Fashion Week.
Nine Inspirations of Fabiana Milazzo
1 – Waterfall House: It’s the name that I call the lands that I own in the country area of my hometown in Brazil. It’s my refuge and a place where I can find peace. Where I renew myself, surrounded by the nature’s energy.
2 – Traveling: I can’t name just one inspiring place that I’ve been to, traveling is one of my biggest passions and everywhere I go I learn something different. I like to discover new venues and also connect myself with different cultures.
3 – Georges Pompidou Center: It was the first museum of modern art that I’ve visited in my life, I was 18 years old and it changed my life. It made look to life with a different perspective, and every time that I return the experience is never the same.
4 – Bono Vox: U2 songs have followed me in all of my life circles. Besides, Bono is a true artist and I also admire him as a person.
5 – Chico Buarque: Of all of the Brazilian singers that I admire, Chico is the best. For me he’s the best at portraying a women’s soul, even though he’s a man. As a woman, every time that I listen to him I can connect to myself.
6 – “Poetry of the Baby Jesus”, by Fernando Pessoa: I heard this poetry in the voice of the Brazilian singer Maria Bethânia and I loved it. It inspires me, gives me chills and it’s very delicate and sensible, it is worth the read.
7 – 100 Years Of Solitude, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez: it’s a book that is always on my bed’s headboard. The magical realism is something that I really like and it’s one of the biggest classics in latin america literature.
8 – Dalai Lama: Just because he’s one of the biggest spiritual leaders alive and I feel personally very moved by his words and actions. He gives me peace.
9 – Firenze, in Italy: I studied fashion in Firenze so the city is still a very special place for me. It’s practically an open sky museum and a Historical Heritage by UNESCO. It’s a magic place.
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