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For: Marinella Calzona
The elegance feeds on the interior patrimony of the person, of the aptitude to contemplate the beautiful thing with all the emotions that this produces, but also of the rationality that allows a critical evaluation and a consistent search. The elegant person is not that that dresses himself according to an established classicism, but that one that makes the innovation, also fashionable his, with a balance that does not make her "be fashionable" but be absolutely modern and severely elegantly.
The elegance is nourished of the beauty. It is the aptitude to choose the esthetic thing if the same. It is the will of those objects that are involved more straight in the proper vital sphere: the house, the decoration, the garment that takes. To become elegant it is a necessary knowledge to recognize what is beautiful, to be glad estéti
July, 2008
A pompous article recently in the magazine British "elle" was speaking on the "conscience" of the fashion. A topic that might be summed up in the question: can the fashion improve the world? It is a question of reflecting on if the fashion is something frivolous that has to serve to escape and not “to make aware us”, or if the designers must make use of the enormous aftereffect mediática of the fashion to try to improve the world. A determined attention to his messages will serve to calibrate the influence that across his collections they can exercise on the current society.
June, 2008
The fashion not only is a question of lines, lengths, tendencies and colors. It is much more. Along with her they emerge life styles, social movements and declarations of the cultural worries of every epoch. From our Association “Fashion University and Company“, publisher of the magazine www.hbgmag.com, we have always this way understood it, that's why our principal target has been from the beginning, to help to encourage a social conscience that understands the fashion as a culture of the beauty and of the dignity of the person.
May, 2008
Writers, journalists and directors of mass media begin to look with disappointment at the vulgarization of the image that some publications offer. Several voices, between them that of the British Association of Women journalists, have raised his criticism to point out the coherence absence of this treatment with the so called “feminist achievements that”, only three decades ago, they were auguring a new stage for the women.
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