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Re/Sources vol. 1. Vintage Indigo, documents the first stage of a route devised by Danilo Ceri and Max Rohr. An ideal Route, but both concrete an… Read More
Re/Sources vol. 1. Vintage Indigo, documents the first stage of a route devised by Danilo Ceri and Max Rohr. An ideal Route, but both concrete and current that, starting from the collection and the historical archive of Danilo Ceri, connects civil, military and industrial clothing, examples of fabrics, buttons, details and technical solutions from 1850 to 1950, with who today tries to recuperate a lesson of both style and quality as well as functionality and dexterity from other periods. Max Rohr reinvents ties, Kiki Fritz creates jewellery, Ulrika Maria Wennerstrom, celebrates the art of cutting, sewing by hand and embroidering. The book, photographed by Leonardo Salvini, with contributions of Liam Maher of Denham, Roberto Mascagni and Yuki Matsuda, is the first volume and an anticipation of a series of publications that will document the work and the passion of who is involved in this inevitable exchange between past and present. Read Less
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Re/Sources vol. 1. Vintage Indigo,
documents the first stage of a route devised by Danilo Ceri and Max Rohr.  An ideal Route, but both concrete and  current  that, starting from the collection and the historical archive of Danilo Ceri, connects civil, military and industrial clothing, examples of fabrics, buttons, details and technical solutions from 1850 to 1950, with who today tries to recuperate a lesson of both style and quality as well as functionality and dexterity from other periods.
Max Rohr reinvents ties, Kiki Fritz creates jewellery, Ulrika Maria Wennerstrom, celebrates the art of cutting, sewing by hand and embroidering.  The book, photographed by Leonardo Salvini, with contributions of Liam Maher of Denham, Roberto Mascagni and Yuki Matsuda, is the first volume and an anticipation of a series of publications that will document the work and the passion of who is involved in this inevitable exchange between  past and present.