170 collections, 58 runways, 110 presentations e 54 scheduled events: Milan Fashion Week was back this September with a preview of s/s 2020 novelties. One of the most glamorous and awaited events for professionals and enthusiasts, the event was hosted by Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana.
Brands and young emerging talents of the worldwide fashion industry capture the attention during the runways and events enlivening the city of Milan. Sustainability and internationalisation were the core values of this edition, promoting a supply chain that is respectful of both the environment and the workers.
Bonaveri led the way to the most fascinating novelties in fashion. A journey through its iconic silhouettes, bust forms and mannequins created the breath-taking exhibition at the CNMI Fashion Hub, in the Spazio Cavallerizze of the National Science and Technology Museum “Leonardo da Vinci”. Vogue Italia celebrated its 10th anniversary of Vogue Talents, the talent scouting project supporting new talents, using Bonaveri creations, having the company been committed to this project from its early planning stages.
Spazio Cavallerizze, a multi-purpose area within the National Science and Technology Museum “Leonardo da Vinci”, held once again the Fashion Hub of Women’s Fashion in Milan.
It was a representative space hosting events such as the 9th edition of Fashion Hub Market – whose protagonists were six emerging brands: Apnoea, Carmelina Raco, Caterina Gatta, Delirious, Vanta Design Studio, Woobag – and three international exhibitions: Budapest Select, Sino - Italian Fashion Town by Chic Group and Africa Now.
Forty-two female Sartorial busts by Bonaveri have been chosen to showcase the works of four young African brands. Their garments stand out for their intensive creativity combining traditional manufacturing and sustainable and ethic commitment.
Sartorial by Bonaveri is inspired by sartorial bust forms: a unique combination of exchangeable elements allows this collection to be versatile and suitable for displaying purposes. Allowing a full range of poses and finishes to be customised in shapes, fabrics, wooden elements and bibs, this collection adapts to any customer need.
More Bonaveri mannequins could be found also in via Durini 24, where designers Ara Lumier and Dhruv Kapoor presented their works on Thursday, 19 September.
Vogue Talents 10
The brand promoting new creative generations celebrated its first ten years with a new exhibition opening during fashion week.
From 19 to 21 September, Palazzo Cusani hosted an important anthology of the international scouting process carried out so far by Vogue Talents, displaying garments
and accessories from over 70 designers. Successful histories, whose beginnings have been documented by Vogue Talents, along with new personalities now emerging in the international panorama, come together in the exhibition.
Colourful hands and mannequins from TRIBE collection by Bonaveri contributed to this spectacular layout: figures from androgenic faces and naturally unconstrained poses best embody the spirit of contemporary youth culture. New, innovative and original concepts finally come to life.
All the chosen mannequins are B NATURAL mannequins: made of B Plast®, composed by 72% sugarcane derivatives, painted with B Paint®, the first natural paint exclusively realised with organic and renewable elements. B NATURAL by Bonaveri is the first fully biodegradable mannequin worldwide, made from natural raw materials and a renewable source itself.