Podcast : Federico Cina, the Italian Jacquemus

Interview Podcast de Federico Cina durant Altaroma pour 2Goodmedia

Federico Cina, if you do not know him yet, is one of the names to remember of the new generation of talented Italian designers. A graduate of the famous Italian fashion school Polimoda, he is also the winner of the 2019 “Who’s on Next” Fashion Contest held every year in partnership between the Fashion magazine Vogue Italia and the Rome Fashion Week. 
Federico Cina is often compared to our Simon Porte Jacquemus tricolore from Salon de Provence who celebrated in June 2019 the 10 years of his brand by taking the Parisian fashion world to attend his show “Coup de soleil” in a field of lavender in the South of France.

The visibility offered by Altaroma is also an opportunity for the Italian designer to give an important social meaning to his work, as he always does during his shows. This show is a true tribute to the Italy of the 1950s, a period after the war very hard but during which human relations were stronger and essential with the hope for the people to rebuild a better world. 

A more natural and more human fashion is one of the components of the Federico Cina’s identity and style. The looks in this collection are inspired by the work of the Italian master Vittorio Tonelli, native of Sarsina, as the designer, and passionate about the culture and history of Romagna. Tonelli has made an important anthropological and photographic reconstruction of post-war Italy, which inspired the Italian designer for his show at the Roman Fashion Week.

In this podcast, Federico Cina tells us about his collections and inspirations, the story of his namesake label and his Romagna homeland, the ups and down after winning The Who’s on next prize in 2019, and more!

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Federico Cina Fashion show FW 2020 at Altaroma

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