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Portfolio Ilaria Miniussi


Fashion Design


Iuav Workshop of Design 2 Nothing of true but the dresses


Credits: Styling: Ilaria Miniussi Photographer: Katia Bonaventura Editing: Katia Bonaventura

I’ve designed and created two outfits completely similar but a detail for which man and woman can’t swap the clothes to each others. These two outfits represent my personal idea of unisex concept: inside our body we are egual except for those anatomical parts that characterize ourselves as male or female. So I’ve started my research from the human body and I’ve extracted these elements to transform them in details.


Female

Unisex

Male


Fashion Design #2


Projecto de Deseùo Textil y Moda Sensaciòn Balenciaga Lifelong Erasmus Learning Program - Universidad de Vigo (Spain)


I’ve created a capsule collection of three dresses inspired by the genius of Cristobal Balenciaga. I’ve tried to bring back the timeless elegance and feminine of his creations, in a capsule collection based on the contrast of the natural and plastic fabrics and the huge volumes. Credits: Styling: Ilaria Miniussi Photographer: Ilaria Miniussi Editing: Ilaria Miniussi

Headpiece: thanks to Les Marteau (Italy)


Fashion Design #3


Iuav Workshop of Design 3 Return


Credits: Styling: Ilaria Miniussi Photographer: Ilaria Miniussi Editing: Ilaria Miniussi


This project is based on a deep historic research of what was the meaning of fashion in the early 1900 in Italy, precisely in my area, the North-East. I’ve researched what people of that period wore, starting from my town, Monfalcone, the countryside and Trieste, city that was the centre of the Austro-Hungarian Empire thanks to the proximity to the sea. I’ve seen deep differences between the bucolic culture of my town and the more fashionable culture in Trieste, where people during Belle Epoque wore clothes inspired by the oriental cultures, for exemple the “jupeculotte”, which became the symbol of Paul Poiret’s fashion. Inspirations that arrived from the Far East Asia and left from the rest of the Europe, like Vienna and Paris. I’ve extracted these elements to create an outfit that is not a copy of that style, but a modern reexamination.


Photographies taken from the photographic historic archive of Trieste.


Photographies taken from the photographic historic archive of Trieste.


Photographies taken from the photographic historic archive of Trieste.


Ilaria Miniussi Portfolio 2014 | Fashion Design  

This portfolio contains the projects of fashion design done during the Bachelor's Degree

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