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R o s a l b a

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fashion and knitwear designer birth 26-09-1995 address via Farini, 52 20159 Milan Italy phone 3391240190 e-mail rosalba.fucci@gmail.com nationality italian languages italian, mother tongue english, B2


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a new easy rider tessuto urbano knit visuals stitches studies

braided breeze

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small object p.24-29

swan lake p.16-23

maglia,punto p.6-15

born to be free

5 flaxibility

4 firefly Project

3 hindigo couture

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a knitted treasure unveiled A “treasure” is something inestimable, a set of precious and valuable objects, to be discovered and rediscovered. And it will be a hidden treasure the one that will be unveiled during the exhibition “MAGLIA, PUNTO: forty years inside the history of MF1 Archive”. The exhibition will take place from April 24 to May 6 in art in the form of precious knitwear items created by the MF1 knitwear factory, testimony of 40 years of fashion history, experience in the creation of knitted garments, tradition handed down from generation to generation. Following the path between the beautiful rooms of the Villa, it will be a unique opportunity for the visitors to immerse in a world of fabrics, colors, textures and work.


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Curatela | Curated by Giovanni Maria Conti Progetto di Allestimento | Exhibition design Martina Motta Immagine coordinata | Graphic design Rossana Gaddi Collaboratori | Collaborators Rosalba Fucci, Giorgia Medici, Martina Micheli In collaborazione con | In collaboration with Archivio MF1 Power App Comunicazione | Communication Ilaria Ambrosi, Power App Alessandro Fasoli, Prograf Find Solutions Irene Nuvolara, Prograf Find Solutions Ufficio Stampa | Press Office Giulia Marrone, MarroneCattelan, SocietĂ per la Comunicazione Alessia Cattelan, MarroneCattelan, SocietĂ  per la Comunicazione Realizzazione allestimento | Exhibition design production LAB | Allestimenti Paolo Padova Dipartimento di Design, Politecnico di Milano. Progetto grafico del catalogo | Graphic design Rossana Gaddi Con il Patricinio di | With the Patronage Regione Lombardia Si ringraziano vivamente | A special thanks to Mario Foroni, MF 1 Paola Titoni, MF 1 Elisa Moro, MF 1 Carloalberto Baroni, Power App Luca Cosmai, Dipartimento di Design, Politecnico di Milano Mariano Chernicoff, Dipartimento di Design, Politecnico di Milano Fabio Manfredini, Dipartimento di Design, Politecnico di Milano Livio Riceputi, Dipartimento di Design, Politecnico di Milano Cristiana Bariatti, FAI Fondo Ambiente Italiano

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cashmere mohair angora silk

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cotton wool linen

sporty or elegant?

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exhibition: 1 main entrance 2 section I: materials 3 section II: stitches and techniques 4 video projector 5 section III: shapes


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totem “how a sweater is made�: A the choice of the yarn B stitch by stitch C shapes, not cuts D here it is, complete!


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details of the exhibition : main entrance, yarn-made panels the final result of the totem garments on shelves hanging garments


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a photographic tale “Swan Lake� is a series of images designed for a fashion editorial and taken using the magical landscapes of Lake Como at sundown as the background. The inspiration for these shots was derived from the homonymous fairytale, which later became also a very famous ballet. A surreal, slightly melancholic atmosphere is created immersing the model in the water, which gives back evanescent reflections on its surface, and surrounding him with fresh flowers. As a final touch, the misty air becomes able to soften the color palette and gently smooth both the edges of the mountains and the sharp corners of the human body.


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model: Giacomo Simonelli photography styling editing: Rosalba Fucci location: Varenna, Como Lake

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a brochure for “Hindigo Couture” “Small Object” is an accurately designed editorial product which illustrates the creative process and finished result of the shirts collection “Hindigo Couture”. The project of the brochure is based on the “rules for a good graphic designer” expressed by Massimo Vignelli in his Canon. Every stylistic choice aims to keep the final product neat and minimal, and of course to enhance all the relevant aspects of its content. The cover was obtained from a white micro-corrugated cardboard, into which the actual brochure is inserted, bound with staples and glued.


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Cyclus Offset White uncoated recycled 170 g/mq

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Un’alternativa ai curidar-salwar è costituita dal DHOTI, un pezzo di stoffa rettangolare lungo solitamente 4,5 m, che viene avvolto attorno alle gambe e annodato in vita. Un altro abito tipico, indossato anche dalle donne, è il KURTA, ovvero una lunga camicia destrutturata, realizzata solitamente in cotone o seta, caratterizzata da maniche aderenti, un’abbottonatura frontale, uno scollo tondo rifinito da un bordo in sbieco, e a volte uno spacco laterale. Le donne indossano il kurta con la DUPATTA, uno scialle lungo e largo che copre il capo, le spalle ed il collo.

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1. Blocco di legno inciso con fantasia floreale utilizzato dagli artigiani indiani per realizzare un particolare tessuto decorato, con una tecnica chiamata block printing. 2. Il Rajasthan è una regione desertica, e per questo motivo l’acqua è considerata un bene molto prezioso.

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3D modelling of a watch The virtual rendering of the Gucci Horsebit Small Watch was obtained with the help of two different tools. The first one is Solidworks, a 3D modelling software which was used to reproduce the several components of the watch and to assemble them. This first step was then followed by the use of KeyShot: materials with the right appearance and color were applied to the model as well as light, background and perspective, which were chosen to make the final image as realistic as possible.

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watch 360 view final Keyshot render images

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Rosalba Fucci via Farini, 52, 20159 Milan Italy 3391240190 rosalba.fucci@gmail.com


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