Edoardo Gallorini, Designer in Venice

July, 23rd 2021 | Rome
By Delphine Souquet

Who is Edoardo Gallorini, Designer in Venice?

My guest on the podcast is Edoardo Gallorini, a young 31 year old designer who inherited the family sartorial tradition in Venice and is invited to show at Rome Fashion Week. A collection of unique pieces featuring silk scarves all printed in Come, in the purest Italian tradition, as well as the sartorial chic of women’s suits. I’ll let  Edoardo Gallorini  introduce the looks of his show on the theme of Italian casual chic inspired by the heroines of Venice cinema.

Altaroma is the Rome Fashion Week

Rome was once known as the capital of Haute Couture and the most famous ateliers used to perform at the end of the fashion week, Altamoda, by walking down the steps of the famous Trinità dei Monti square.

Altaroma is one of the three most important fashion institutions in Italy, along with Pitti Uomo in Florence and Milan Fashion Week. It is the one that stands out in its role of identifying and supporting young emerging designers of Made in Italy, a competition also open to foreign designers.

What is the Showcase project of Altaroma ?

The Showcase project was born five years ago in the framework of Altaroma thanks to the contribution of the ICE agency for the promotion of Italian companies abroad. It aims to present to the public emerging brands, independent designers with the common denominator of Made in Italy. It also features foreign designers who have chosen Italian production for its excellence.

What Altaroma is trying to achieve with the Showcase project, but also with the “Who is on Next? project, which is currently in its fifteenth edition, is to create a pool of talent. Because young people are the driving force of the industry and have an important role to play in the development of Italian manufacturing to give it a new, more creative and contemporary drive.

Every day on 2goodmedia discover new podcast interviews with the Designers participating in the Altaroma competition.

The interview on the 2goodmedia podcast is always in the guest’s language, and transcribed in 3 languages, English, French, Italian on the 2goodmedia.com website with a portrait of my guest and pictures of the fashion shows.

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