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Illustrations: GIULIO IURISSEVICH

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INTRO HACHI magazine for fashion and art is an independent quarterly magazine, founded in 2014, presenting a curated investigation of contemporary fashion, with an interest also in the new, young art scene. Published in Milan, HACHI is in English, it’s digital but can be printed on request and sent directly at your home or nest. Considering the visual as the most important language of our times, and fashion as its most influential discipline, seeking also to explore how the fashion scene interrelate with art, from an intellectual and aesthetic point of view. This is Hachi issue zero, a beginning, a declaration of intents, strongly believing that you will fall in love with our editorials, but working hard on the perfect issue one! Welcome, we were waiting to blow your eyes, minds and hearts with style and creativity. Enjoy our world.

HACHI MAGAZINE AND CONTRIBUTORS. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Reproduction of any part of this pubblication is strighly prohibited without prior permission of the published.

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FOUNDER and CREATIVE DIRECTOR Daniel Rodrigues

CONTRIBUTORS » Daniel Rodrigues » Stefano Guerrini » Riccardo Rubino » Stefano Roncato » Alessio Zini » Alessandro Ripane » Giulio Iursevich » Silvia Scorcella » Mario Masina » Roberto Ancona » Federico Sorentino » Marco Conte » Giada Veronese » Nicoletta Ceccoli » Joao Federici » Hannette Woods » Silvia Ileana Stella » Paolo Sfarra » Gerry Sabia » Martina Frascari » Giacomo Tagliati » Piermattia Aiello » Marco Marchesi » Giuly Valente » Melissa Marcello

COVER model NICK RAE @ Fashion COVER artist NICOLETTA CECOLLI

SPECIAL THANKS » MyCreativeRoom » Galeria Rossana Orlandi » Don’t shoot mi » Toni&Guy » Fashion » Studio C16 » L’Uomo Elite » MP Models » Why Not Models » Independent Men » IMG Models » I Love Models » KeeMood » Urban

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INDEX 04. WORLD 06. COVER STORY 08. INTERVIEW 22. EDITORIAL 26. NEW FACE 42. ART 44. COVER STORY 48. DESIGNER 64. EDITORIAL 70. COVER STORY 90. DESIGNER 102. EDITORIAL 110. EDITORIAL 120. NEW FACE 130. EDITORIAL 132. EDITORIAL 151. NEW FACE 162. 164.

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ROBERTO ANCONA » Portfolio NICK RAE WHY SO SERIOUS? » Alessandro Ripane MADE IN BRAZIL » Special L’uomo Elite NEW FACE » Abbi Dixon POP ART » Giulio Iurissevich REPLAY NEW TALENTS » Coliac THE ART OF LIVING PARALEL UNIVERSE » Nicoletta Ceccoli MCR » My Creative Room WHITE NOISE A MODEL CITIZEN NEW FACE » Rafael Desimon REFLEXIONS OF SOUND » Special Flavia Cavalcante MORGAN NEW FACE » Joel Burger NEXT ISSUE

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ODETTE photography DANIEL

RODRIGUES stylist STEFANO GUERRINI

make up GIULY VALENT hair GERRY SABIA @ Toni&Guy photographer assistant ALESSIO ZINI stylist assistant MARTINA FRASCARI and GIACOMO TAGLIATI model ODETTE @ IMG

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I’m isola Marras

scarves as headbands vintage

Archivio Guerrini sunglasses

Lotho

earring

Sharra Pagano right - Coat

Marcobologna hat vintage

Archivi Mazzini

necklace on face

Dolores Bacchi & Simonetta Martini

brooch vintage

Archivio Guerrini  

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Kyoto Central Train Station - Japan photo Roberto Ancona

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NICK RAE photo DANIEL

RODRIGUES artwork ALESSANDRO RIPANE stylist RICCARDO RUBINO grooming SILVIA ILEANA STELLA model NICK RAE @ Fashion special thanks MATTEO MAZZI

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Red Headpiece

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Sweater Tshirterie Headpiece AlessandroMengozzi Leggins JP Cadavid

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Tee I AM AlessandroMengozzi Headpiece FedericaMorettiHandmade Leggins JP Cadavid

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WHY SO SERIOUS? ALESSANDRO RIPANE

by SILVIA

SCORCELLA

He’s young and his illustrations cling to your eyes moving strong doses of curiosity out of them: Alessandro Ripane, born in 1989, draws by that free and clean verve that captures. His works are constantly frequented by animals, dinosaurs and people whose face is about to melt: if you ask him why, he’s able to sketch out drawings of words talking about something more, in a spiral of irresistible irony. Once there were even superheroes, but they stopped saving his world when their outfit became more complex. Why? This too is a different story that has to be told by strokes of pencil and humour. When and how did you feel that illustration would have been your expressive way? And how did you follow it? As a child I was obsessed by animals and dinosaurs: I had been drawing them over and over again, everywhere. Then the superheroes arrived. Just omitting a little interlude as a street artist lasted just for some years, I kept on drawing a lot. Animals and dinosaurs are still there (even if in more “psychedelic” versions than in the past), while superheroes almost disappeared, because of the very modern design of their current costumes. I used to draw those who seemed to be always in their underwear, as He-Man. HACHI 22


From what kind of imagery does your inspiration come from? And, in the meanwhile, what happens while you’re drawing? There are a lot of things inside what I do, quite all things: good chats with friends, memories of my childhood, bad movies I saw and things I ate; so, it’s hard to explain a certain inspiration for my works. As regards the matter about “what happens while you’re drawing”, I would say that the thing happening more and more frequently is realizing that I’m talking to myself while I’m working. Humans with their faces often melting, animals and dinosaurs with their appearance and within a context that are hybridized by humanity: who are they and what meanings or tales do you entrust the protagonists of your works with? It has been unavoidable, for me, to set up an imaginary of my own: they are characters I’ve been drawing for a long time, even if they underwent countless evolutions. About meanings and tales, I’d rather keep my opinion to myself, the result would only be a great confusion. It is quite a different matter for the “vegetarian penis”, whom I drew some comics about: it has always been looking like a triceratops to me.

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Living, watching and narrating the reality armed with the twisting filter of fantasy: according to you, what values does illustration hold and act for? By drawing I’m able to tell stories and speak about themes that can be hardly (in my case) described by other means. It’s the language I use to go beyond words. By that I don’t mean I speak very little (or that I don’t know much words), on the contrary, some friends and coworkers of mine called me logorrheic more than once. In conclusion, if I didn’t draw I’d talk much more, but it would be unsuitable for those who know me personally. Sometimes you can see a stylish detail appear on your characters, even animals and aliens are often well dressed: is it there a link with fashion? What’s your relationship with fashion? I always enjoy adding details to my characters, particularly when they concern their wardrobe. Despite today my way of drawing is drier than in the past, I always try to insert some elegant or unusual detail finding inspiration on ancient clothing, even if my relationship with fashion is quite detached: it’s a world I actually still don’t know well. What are you working on now, and what are your future projects? Now I’m working on different illustration projects for magazines (virtual and not) and self-productions, a lot of collaborations among which there’s one very forthcoming with SOLO vinyls/books, a very beautiful shop in Milan. Then, there could be a lot of other works I’d like to tell you about, many of which are still humble even to me. Info: http://alessandroripane.com/ HACHI 24


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ANDERSON zipped sweater Puma flower sweater Scotch&Soda shorts vintage Archivi Mazzini shoes Lotto Leggenda socks American Apparel basketball adidas ------ GREGG zipped sweater Route Des Garden T-shirt Cheap Monday trousers Puma cap New Era shoes D.A.T.E ------ DUTTY jacket Haglofs T-shirt adidas trousers Erreà Republic shoes Puma skateboard stylist’s own

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photography DANIEL

RODRIGUES stylist STEFANO GUERRINI

grooming MELISSA MARCELLO photographer assistant ALESSIO ZINI and GABRIELE RENNA stylist assistant CECILIA GIOIETTI, PIERMATTIA AIELLO and GIACOMO TAGLIATI set assistant BRUNO MANFUSO models ANDRE KHERWALD, ANDERSON WEINSHEIMER, DANIEL FERREIRA DUTTY WROCK, FERNANDO PESSIQUELLI, FELIPE TOSCAN, FLAVIO SERGIO, GREGG WERECH, JOSEPH ACKON, JOSUè WIESE, LUCAS CATTANI, MAIK and WILLY BONAPARTE @ L’uomo Elite

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WILLY black zipped sweater Cheap Monday, T-shirt Le Coq Sportif, jacket on the sides adidas, jeans Levi’s®, headphones Sennheiser ------ background ANDRE jacket adidas, T-shirt Scotch&Soda, shorts Le Coq Sportif, cap New Era, belt bag and socks American Apparel, shoes Eastpack, skateboard stylist’s own FELIPE sleeveless bomber jacket and sweater Franklin & Marshall, jeans Levi’s®, shoes Eastpack, skateboard stylist’s own

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FERNANDO jacket and trousers Jeremy Scott for adidas T-shirt Dainese cap Le Coq Sportif shoes D.A.T.E skateboard stylist’s own -------------------------------------------

NEXT PAGE from top left clockwise ANDERSON zipped sweater Puma sweater Scotch&Soda  GREGG sweater Route Des Garden T-shirt Cheap Monday trousers Puma cap New Era  JOSUE zipped sweater Puma T-shirt adidas trousers Erreà Republic cap Cycle  WILLY zipped sweater Cheap Monday T-shirt Le Coq Sportif jeans Levi’s® headphones Sennheiser

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FLAVIO sweater HTC, basketball T-shirt vintage Archivi Mazzini, trousers Franklin & Marshall shoes Puma, rugby ball adidas adidas ----- LUCAS sleeveless jacket Haglofs, sweater Cheap Monday trousers adidas, shoes Puma, baseball bat and glove vintage Archivi Mazzini JOSEPH jacket ErreĂ  Republic, hooded sweater Le Coq Sportif, trousers adidas, shoes Haglofs

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ANDRE jacket adidas T-shirt Scotch&Soda shorts Le Coq Sportif cap New Era belt bag and socks American Apparel shoes Eastpack

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JOSUE sweater Puma T-shirt adidas trousers Erreà Republic cap Cycle bag Le Coq Sportif shoes Asics skateboard stylist’s own FERNANDO jacket and trousers Jeremy Scott for adidas T-shirt Dianese cap Le Coq Sportif backpack Haglofs shoes D.A.T.E skateboard stylist’s own MAIK jacket Franklin & Marshall T-shirt Puma trousers Erreà Republic shoes Puma

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starting from the left ----- DUTTY standing: jacket Haglofs, T-shirt adidas, trousers Erreà Republic, shoes Puma ----- ANDRE seated: jacket adidas, T-shirt Scotch&Soda, shorts Le Coq Sportif, cap New Era, belt bag and socks American Apparel, shoes Eastpak ----FLAVIO standing: sweater HTC, basketball T-shirt vintage Archivi Mazzini, trousers Franklin & Marshall, shoes Puma ----- GREGG on bike: sweater Route Des Garden, T-shirt Cheap Monday, trousers Puma, shoes D.A.T.E; ----- WILLY sweater Cheap Monday, T-shirt Le Coq Sportif, jacket on the sides adidas, jeans Levi’s®, headphones Sennheiser, socks American Apparel, shoes adidas ---- FERNANDO jacket and trousers Jeremy Scott for adidas, T-shirt Dianese, cap Le Coq Sportif, shoes D.A.T.E ----- JOSUE seated:

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Puma, T-shirt adidas, trousers Erreà Republic, cap Cycle, shoes Asics ----- JOSEPH jacket Erreà Republic, sweater Le Coq Sportif, trousers adidas, shoes Haglofs ----- ANDERSON seated: zipped sweater Puma, floral sweater Scotch&Soda, shorts vintage Archivi Mazzini, shoes Lotto Leggenda, basketball ball adidas ----- MAIK on bike: jacket Franklin & Marshall, T-shirt Puma, trousers Erreà Republic, shoes Puma ----- FELIPE sleeveless bomber jacket and sweater Franklin & Marshall, jeans Levi’s®, shoes Eastpack ----- DANIEL seated: jacket Cycle, T-shirt Cheap Monday, trousers adidas, shoes Lotto Leggenda, helmet AGV ----- LUCAS sleeveless jacket Haglofs, sweater Cheap Monday, trousers adidas, shoes Puma, baseball bat and glove vintage Archivi Mazzini sweater

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Asakusa - Japan photo Roberto Ancona

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NEW FACE

ABBY DIXON Born FLORIDA,

U.S.A., 1992 Agency MP MANAGEMENT

photo daniel rodrigues stylist martina frascari make up and hair CRISTINA RUZZI photography assistant ALESSIO ZINI special thanks STUDIO C16 and MICHELE PRINCIPESSA HACHI 42


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GIULIO IURISSEVICH by SILVIA SCORCELLA

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That spell sublimed by the quiet and firm stroke, multiplied by the kaleidoscopic presence of highly imaginative collages: a multiform beauty, that is like a prayer to lean your delicate gait on a visible surface sketched with a view to lining inner worlds with. This beauty is what of Giulio Iurissevich’s illustrations happens to stand out at once on your glance, instils itself into your thinking and involves your senses as an intangible stream: it’s his unmistakable signature. Overstepping the vanishing bounds between the artist’s gesture and the oneiric faces inquiring into a definite identity is a vain end, because what really matters actually is to be found in this pastiche of fragments: the tale of a long search for himself that split into all those slivers, and the-

re he cleared up. There’s no joint interpretation, illustrating has always been for Giulio a urgency for expression: the only one, the fairest. Balancing between formal assignments and private sphere, his images keep a valuable authenticity: emotions and thoughts stop, they create the pause where the artist becomes what he does. And the image rises by itself, as a free creature. “We are what we feel: we’re all creative and we create without knowing. The artistic abstraction for me is probably the connection with the essential, the purest , stainless part,: a portal. Without contents, labels, expiry, without time and fear: well, infinity”. Info: http://www.giulioiurissevich.com/

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Total look Au Jour Le Jour hat Federica Moretti Handmade shoes Two Italian Boys

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COVER STORY

REPLAY photography DANIEL

RODRIGUES stylist STEFANO GUERRINI make up GIULY VALENT hair GERRY SABIA @ Tony&Guy photographer assistant ALESSIO ZINI stylist assistant MARTINA FRASCARI and GIACOMO TAGLIATI model CHRIS DUO @ WhyNot and MARIANO ONTANON @ L’uomo Elite

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MARIANO Leather jacket Burberry London sweater, shirt, trousers and shoes Burberry Prorsum right

CHRIS Chris T-shirt C’N’C Costume National trousers and belt Diesel Black Gold

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CHRIS Total look C’N’C Costume National shoes Two Italian Boys right

MARIANO Hooded sweater Leitmotiv sunglasses Police by De Rigo Vision

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MARIANO Total look Frankie Morello glasses Tom Ford right

CHRIS Sweater Dirk Bikkembergs

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CHRIS Total look Dirk Bikkembergs right

MARIANO Total look Just Cavalli

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MARIANO Hooded sweater Leitmotiv trousers Just Cavalli sunglasses Police by De Rigo Vision underwear Diesel shoes Just Cavalli

CHRIS Jacket K-Way sweater Dirk Bikkembergs leather trousers and shoes Bally

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MARIANO Total look Just Cavalli glasses Web

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CHRIS Total look Two Italian Boys cap Federica Moretti Handmade glasses Just Cavalli

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NEW TALENTS COLIAC & MIGUEL ALEX

by RICCARDO

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Clean cuts silhouettes playing with asymmetry; precious, shining details melting with white and skin color are the keys. Young designer Miguel Alex spring summer 2014 collection takes inspiration from Sarah Crowner artistic abstraction. He goes for an elegant rigor, “re-building” the shape and experimenting with layers and materials. His purism is enhanced by Coliac jewellery, where art-deco and strict luxurious decorativism never becomes too-much. Coliac is the italian Martina Grasselli’s brand, who got a special mention at Vogue Italia Who’s on Next 2013. Her brand was born from retro jewellery inspirations, specially the 20s and 30s, a perfect mix of glamour, richness and strictness and it’s moving now to jewel-shoes. These 2 talented and creative designers put together brings out the new look for elegance: bold photo DANIEL RODRIGUES stylist RICCARDO RUBINO make up PAOLO SFARRA hair MARCO MARCHESI @ Tony&Guy stylist assistant ASAAD KHALAF and SNOWER SANAIA model EMA @ MP Management special thanks Jewels COLIAC by MARTINA GRASSELLI Clothes MIGUEL ALEX

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photo DANIEL RODRIGUES stylist RICCARDO RUBINO make up PAOLO SFARRA hair MARCO MARCHESI @ Tony&Guy stylist assistant ASAAD KHALAF and SNOWER SANAIA model EMA @ MP Management special thanks Jewels COLIAC by MARTINA GRASSELLI Clothes MIGUEL ALEX HACHI 67


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THE ART OF LIVING photography DANIEL

RODRIGUES fashion stylist GIADA VERONESI

make up PAOLO SFARRA hair HANNETTE WOODS photography assistant ALESSIO ZINI models PETER LISSIDINI @ L’Uomo Elite, FAUST @ I Love, JACOPO @ Boom, ANDREA GASTINI @ WhyNot DAVID S. @ Independent Men special thanks GALERIA ROSSANA ORLANDI and DON’T SHOOT MI

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PETER Total look Carlo Pignatelli

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FAUST Total look Basso&Brooke Hat and bag Basso&Brooke left

JACOPO Total look White Mountaineering

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ANDREA Total look Andrea Pompilio right

FAUST Total look Angelo Frentzos

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ANDREA Total Look Andrea Pompilio Papillon Alexis Mabille JACOPO Total look Calvin Klein right

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Sony Building Tokyo - Japan photo Roberto Ancona

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PARALEL UNIVERSE NICOLETTA CECOLLI

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of creating things by my hands: I grew up spending a lot of time at my dad’s shop putting together toys, playhouses, animals and dolls by little pieces of wood, glue and nails he gave to me. As a child I drew worlds of mine where living other lives more magical than the real one. Then, when I was fourteen I went and visit the book fair for kids in Bologna and I was ravished. I’ve been an illustrator for twenty years and it allows me to keep a magic and childish glance on things: fairy tales exorcize unconscious nightmares, they set your mind at ease, they help you getting over your insecurities and crisis and facilitate to engage in life.

The enchantment of Nicoletta Ceccoli’s illustrations wraps you in by such a strength of refined firmness that is quite unconceivable to escape. Italian artist and illustrator, Nicoletta Ceccoli has several books, exhibitions and awards, among them the renowned Andersen Award, to her credit. Her drawings have been successfully enjoying the international network, and now she’s working at an exhibition opening on November 2014 at AFA Gallery in New York. Plunging into the innocent and dreamy universe of her illustrations inhabited by beautiful daring princesses is like a deep trip into wonderland. And her direct tale is a main guide along this great way between reality and fairy tale.

What kind of imagery do you draw the inspiration for your illustrations from? The town and school where I studied with learned and sensitive teachers left an indelible mark on me: I attended the art institute in Urbino, in a 1500 palace that preserves some masterpieces of Piero della Francesca and his painting so curdled, measured and metaphysical impressed me a lot. Urbino did the same: its Renaissance architecture is as suspended into time. I also love the breathtaking view of San Marino, where I was born and still live, from the three Middle Ages towers on the Monte Titano: I often played with exaggerate perspectives in my drawings. » » »

When and how did you feel that illustration was your expressive way? What was your route to achieve it? My mom is a primary-schoolteacher and she used to surround me with fine illustrated books and encouraged me to fight for my dreams, while my dad is a joiner and he’s the creative side of my family. He passed down to me the pleasure

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Beautiful young ladies with a melancholy face that are plunged into dreamy worlds: who are they and what significance or tales do you commit to them? Most of the teenage girls in my drawings are as if they were Alice, up against their evolving and changeable body, living in a world that is always enjoying a constant metamorphosis depending on the ‘illogical’ order of its nature. Wonderland is a place where there’s room for every feeling and emotion beyond rules and conventions, and where the ordinary course of events is reversed and read in a new, unusual way: It’s the search for your identity and your dreams. In my illustrations there are Princesses looking frail but that do not wait for being rescued by a Prince Charming: shut up in castles and impregnable labyrinths they show strength and independence, often even loneliness. I think I should let my drawings be freely interpreted by the people looking at them because, while I’m drawing, the picture seems having more than only one meaning and I’m not prepared for a unique answer. My little girls are innocently sensual and they do entice, but they are not aware at all: it’s this delicate shift I’m impressed by, the mystery of adolescence, when innocence vanishes and the idea of sin peeps out. In my playful world I love evoking a sly sensuality: Just Dessert reminds me of the iconography of martyrs, St. Sebastian and St. Therese, bodies pierced by pain but that seem to be full of pleasure at the same time. These portraits of martyrs show bodies punished and tortured, the more they’re wounded the more they shrill their sensual presence.

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It’s impossible not to be amazed at the aesthetic beauty of your Princesses and at the attention paid to details: is there some fashion inspiration? And what about you, how do you relate with fashion? In my illustrations I design clothes and settings for my little stories. The skirts, for instance, are an element I love to play with: they’re body extensions releasing magic and power: They’re often the heart of my little girls’ transformations: skirts blowing up as blooming flowers, floating like frail eggs, caging birds into a crinoline body. I’m fascinated by everything that is unusual and bizarre, by the ‘ugly’ beauty of freaks: what is alienated, disagreeable, and that stands out beyond the standards of beauty and forced happiness imposed on everybody as impossible duty. I love playing with clothes in my real life as well, sometimes I like to surprise wearing striking and outrageous dresses with a playful manner, even if I have a shy nature. As far as attire I appreciate exaggeration, fantasy that could be punk or trash. Anyway, I spend most of the day at home, drawing dressed in my pajamas.

Today your work enjoys the international network successfully: so, what kind of values does illustration keep and represent, in your opinion? A commissioned work means being tied to a art direction, a theme, so I’m supposed to follow some rules that are required. When I work for project like this I miss the typical chaos of free drawings. Yet, when I’m totally free I happen to miss those rules, because they reassure and sometimes they’re even a spur. As far as illustrated books I fix requital between images and text, trying to not fall into the risk of the caption, that is the illustration repeating the written words. The task of good illustration is not making the text visible, but telling its story using another language.

Info: http://www.nicolettaceccoli.com/

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Asakusa Kannon Temple - Japan photo Roberto Ancona

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D E S IG N E R

MCR MYCREATIVERROM by RICCARDO RUBINO

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Brand Miko Spinelli Photographer Marco Conte Styling Alessandra Faja Mua Fabio Lococo Model Olivier @ Nologo

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Brand Tothem Photographer Federico Sorrentino Styling Riccardo Rubino Mua & Hair Melissa Marcello Model Kristina @ Beatrice

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Brand Saitto + Mengozzi Photo Daniel Rodrigues Styling Riccardo Rubino Make up & Hair Melissa Marcello Models Cris @ Boom, Lucas @ Nologo

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Brand T-shirterie Photo Json Adriani Styling Federica Salto Make up & Hair Giuditta Bedetti Model Tanya @ Beatrice Models

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Brand Jeni & Miguel Alex Photo Omar Macchiavelli Styling Alessandra Faja Make up Paolo de Vita Hair Daniela Magginetti Model Natalia @ Brave

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E D IT O R IA L

WHITE NOISE photography DANIEL

RODRIGUES stylist STEFANO GUERRINI

hair styling RORY RICE @ HM Battaglia make up GIULY VALENT photographer assistant ALESSIO ZINI and NELLO ESPOSITO stylist assistant MARTINA FRASCARI and GIACOMO TAGLIATI set assistant ANDREA TISCI models MISA @ I Love, ALFRED @ Fashion,

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Hat Francesco Ballestrazzi necklace Archivio Guerrini

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Sleeping mask Pijama necklace Ibridi

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Hat Federica Moretti Handmade necklace Relish

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Necklace Dolores Bacchi & Simonetta Martini

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Hat Federica Moretti Handmade necklace RadĂ 

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Rings Manuel Bozzi mask Archivio Guerrini

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Necklace Archivio Guerrini ring Manuel Bozzi

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A MODERN CITIZEN photography DANIEL

RODRIGUES fashion stylist BEATRICE PAPA

make up SILVIA ILEANA STELLA hair HANNETTE WOODS photography assistant ALESSIO ZINI models GERHARD F., DAISUKE U., REINALDO B., YANNICK B. @ I Love JOSCHKA, AXEL S. @ Boom, SIMON H. @ Nologo and FREDERIK M. @ Independent Men special thanks STUDIO C16 and RICCARDO RUBINO

GERHARD Fur scarf GH’2 Shirt Icarius Hat animal Francesco Ballestrazzi

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JOSCHKA Jacket and hoodie Bark Trousers November Shoes Endless Gloves baseball Bless FREDERIK Fur orange jacket Andrea Spavone

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DAISUKE Hat Coliac Plastic t-shirt painting Roofless Jacket Tom Rebl Trousers Diesel Black Gold

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RAFAEL DESIMON Born: PORTO

ALEGRE, BRAZIL, 1994 Mother Agency: KEEMOD

photography DANIEL RODRIGUES stylist LUI IAROCHESKI special thanks JOAO FEDERICI

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DANIEL RODRIGUES fashion stylist

DEMETRIO T. B. AMALFITANI special thanks

FLAVIA CAVALCANTE

grooming MELISSA MARCELLO and ERIKA GINEVRA MEYER models GUSTAF K., MARTIN C., WILLIAM S., CELSO C., LUCAS F., SAMUEL B., VINICIUS S., ALEX T. @ Urban HACHI 133


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Dress Philipp Plein necklace Sharra Pagano bag Toi et Moi shoes Jeffrey Campbell right Bomber Jacket Anteprima

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MORGAN photography DANIEL

RODRIGUES stylist STEFANO GUERRINI

make up GIULY VALENT hair GERRY SABIA @ Toni&Guy photographer assistant ALESSIO ZINI stylist assistant MARTINA FRASCARI and PIERMATTIA AIELLO model MORGAN RENDALL @ WhyNot

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Dress vintage Haute Archivi Mazzini mask-sunglasses Mykita right Minidress as sweater Milly

skirt vintage Dries Van Noten Archivi Mazzini belt vintage Furla Archivi Mazzini

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Jacket vintage Thierry Mugler Archivi Mazzini skirt Ricostru sunglasses vintage Archivi Mazzini earrings Sharra Pagano bracelets vintage Archivi Mazzini shoes Premiata

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right Bomber jacket and skirt Anteprima


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Jacket vintage D&G Archivi Mazzini, trousers San Andrès Milano, bag Polly T, shoes Atos Lombardini

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Bomber jacket and skirt Anteprima belt vintage Archivi Mazzini shoes Atos Lombardini right Smoking and belt Atos Lombardini bag Pretty Ballerinas shoes Gaetano Perrone

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Jacket vintage Thierry Mugler Archivi Mazzini leather skirt Atos Lombardini sunglasses vintage Archivi Mazzini shoes Cori Amenta right

Sweater vintage Vivienne Westwood Archivi Mazzini skirt Leitmotiv bracelets Sharra Pagano socks Le Fl첫fl첫 Italy shoes Atos Lombardini

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NEW FACE

JOEL BURGER

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Born FLORIANOPOLIS,

BRAZIL, 1989 Mother Agency ELIAN GALLARDO Milan INDEPENDENT MEN photography DANIEL RODRIGUES stylist STEFANO RONCATO grooming MELISSA MARCELLO special thanks RICCARDO GRASSI

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Illustration: GIULIO IURISSEVICH

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DEADLINE Mid April 2014

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HACHI mag. NICK RAE