Noé Bozzini, Sahar Dadvand and Tanaka Vengere「RESTART」|永續時尚之旅

|Category:Clothing design
|Material:Discarded and dismissed garments, safety pins
|Technique:Upcycling tailoring
|Year:2024
|City, Country:Milan / Italy

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/Artist 藝術家/

The artists are 3. Noé Bozzini, Sahar Dadvand and Tanaka Vengere are students in the Master in Fashion Design at Ferrari Fashion School. Noé Bozzini is Italian, Sahar Dadvand is Iranian, Tanaka Vengere is South African.

藝術家們包括 Noé Bozzini、Sahar Dadvand 和 Tanaka Vengere,他們都是 Ferrari Fashion School時裝設計碩士課程的學生。Noé Bozzini 是意大利人,Sahar Dadvand 是伊朗人,Tanaka Vengere 是南非人。

Perspectives on Tradition and Future, Sustainability and Fashion, and Life.
關於傳統與未來、永續與時尚生活的看見

Tradition and future, sustainability and fashion, and life - these are not just isolated themes, but intertwined threads shaping our cultural narratives. It's the essence of our past experiences, customs, and values, offering a roadmap for growth.

In the realm of fashion, we, as designers, reinterpret traditional elements, infusing them with contemporary aesthetics to shape our original identity.

Yet, in this pursuit of innovation, sustainability emerges as a critical factor, prompting a shift towards regenerative practices.

Fashion is a reflection of our values and how we choose to inhabit the planet, the only one we have.

We have our chance to design both our outward appearance but also our collective legacy. It's a reminder that every choice we make has repercussions, echoing through the landscape of life itself.

**傳統與未來、可持續性與時尚、以及生活**——這些不僅僅是獨立的主題,而是編織我們文化敘事的交織線。它們是我們過去的經歷、習俗和價值觀的精髓,為我們的成長提供了路線圖。

在時尚領域,我們作為設計師,重新詮釋傳統元素,將其融入當代美學,以塑造我們獨特的身份。

然而,在追求創新的過程中,可持續性成為一個關鍵因素,促使我們轉向再生性實踐。

時尚反映了我們的價值觀以及我們選擇如何居住在這個唯一的星球上。

我們有機會設計自己的外表,也設計我們的集體遺產。這提醒我們,每一個選擇都會產生影響,回響於生活的景觀中。

Noé Bozzini, Sahar Dadvand and Tanaka Vengere

The Concept and Description of the Work關於參展作品的創作動機與設計理念

Aixa design is born as part of a group project named Up-Cycled Tales conceived by Rufa students as a journey trough manipulating of second hand garments and fabrics in an up-cycled logic and inspired by the Sustainable Development Goals ( SDGs) of the UN 20230 Agenda. During the designing process the designers have followed a transdisciplinary approach realizingtheir creations trough up-cycling method and passing behind the camera to testimony the result of their design and its sustainable content. In particular Aiza’s work is a a sweater made out of 3 . The main idea of the project, inspired to SDGs number 5 about gender equality and SDGs no 10 aboutreducing inequalities, is to show that all people are different but despite our differences we must stick together. From a workmanship point of view the sweaters plays on the conjunction of the 3 sweaters different by styles fabric, colour and texture, the stitches made by hand symbolize the point of conjuncture between differences as well as the patchwork hand palm on the back.

Aixa Design 誕生於一個名為 Up-Cycled Tales 的團隊項目中,該項目由 Rufa 學生構想,旨在通過重新利用二手衣物和布料,並受聯合國 2030 年議程的永續發展目標(SDGs)的啟發,進行一次重新利用之旅。在設計過程中,設計師們採用跨學科的方法,通過重新利用方法實現他們的創作,並走到鏡頭後面,見證他們設計及其永續內容的成果。特別是 Aixa 的作品是一件由 3 個毛衣製成的。項目的主要理念受聯合國第 5 號永續發展目標關於性別平等和第 10 號關於減少不平等的啟發,旨在展示所有人都是不同的,但儘管我們有所不同,我們必須團結一致。從工藝角度來看,毛衣利用不同的風格、面料、顏色和質地交織在一起,手工製作的縫線象徵著不同之間的交匯點,背部的拼布手掌也同樣如此。