For six consecutive years, starting in 2011, the Carré Doré Gallery holds annual FashionArt shows, selecting every time an exciting combination of art and uniting a fascinating multi-national group of participating artists. The Gallery registered the trademark of FashionArt.
0770 is leather accessories brand "Made in Italy", combining the tradition of Italian craftsmanship with research and experimentation.
The two designers who are behind this name are Enzo Pirozzi and Irene De Caprio. The creative duo started collaborating in 2003, when they still studying in Rome. Enzo comes from the family of tailors and has a passion for fabrics, attention to detail and volumes in his genes. Irene's input in the duo is her knowledge and love for technology.
The creations of 0770 are made with the most advanced technologies but always assembled by hand. The duo uses materials with low environmental impact, such as vegetable tanned leathers. All is produced exclusively in Italy.
The brand gives off a strong, sexy and sometimes futuristic vibe, mostly inclined towards the North European avant-garde.
Artist and Fashion Designer from TOKYO
Chemi Akutami was born in Gifu City, in the Gifu Prefecture.
His art has always been linked to fashion , and vice versa. Famous for his FashionArt parades in different Fashion Capitals including Paris and London, the designer created his first Kimono Collection in 2015.
The new collection AKITSU KIMONO 2018 is inspired by the great masters like Mondrian, and is a reinterpretation of the traditional kimono in a contemporary European style, which according to the artist "breaks the rigid and erroneous conceptions of traditional Japanese classics. ».
Andrey Bartenev was born in Norilsk, Russia in 1969. He lives an artistic life with a single conviction « Art, for me, is a single entity », he says, and « I do not care what form it takes ». His work is unique and recognizable. Inspired by the mythology of art, and by science fiction, Andrey produces absurd creations, strange, daring, provocative. He lives his own life as a piece of art in three dimensions, wearing crazy costumes and a bright make-up. Sculptural performances of the artist were shown throughout Europe.
CuteCircuit is a duo made up of the two designers Francesca Rosella and Ryan Genz, based in Shoreditch, the artistic heart of London.
CuteCircuit has been pushing the boundaries of wearable technology since its launch in 2004. A global leader in interactive fashion, CuteCircuit has introduced many ground-breaking ideas into the fashion industry by integrating new beauty and functionality through the use of smart textiles and micro-electronics.
CuteCircuit counts a number of celebrity fans. Most recently, Nicole Scherzinger debuted the world’s first haute couture dress to feature Tweets, designed and created by CuteCircuit. CuteCircuit is also Katy Perry's high end fashion designer of choice, and has worn their creations during her stage shows and red carpet appearances.
Young artist Naira Kachatryan (Moscow Textile Academy, Moscow, 1994-1999) expresses her vision of beauty through the aesthetic traditions of Armenia, where she was born.
Naira melts Art and Fashion in one feminine collection, designing fabric patterns and creating unique or limited edition series of dresses.
She participated in many international fashion events and received several awards, among which - the prestigious Textile Design award (Gorizia,1999).
Alessandra Libonati was born in Naples, Italy.
She studied art under the guidance of Gianfranco Ferré, obtained her Masters degree in fashion design at the Domus Academy in Milan and a Master degree in gemology.
Alessandra worked with various renowned jewelry houses, with an ongoing curiosity for the arts, where she found her inspiration. She channels all of the above into her exquisitely and uniquely hand-crafted jewellery. In 1990 she got a patent for two techniques of elasticising fur, which she uses in the production of fashion items for her family business, renown throughout the whole of Italy.
Alessandra Libonati is the founder and director of two companies : Cali Srl, producing fashion accessories, and Artes Gioelli, which designs and produces silver, gold and gem pieces.
GIANNI MOLARO was born in 1966, in San Giuseppe Vesuviano, Italy. At 20 years old,
Gianni Molaro made his debut in the world of high fashion. His work as a couturier is
inspired by classical art masters from the XVII-XVIII centuries, as well as by modern art -
Dalí's surrealism especially. His work gradually penetrated the two complementary worlds
of Art and of Fashion. Gianni Molaro's creations form part of various prestigious private
collections, and are also displayed in museums. The city of Naples itself has been
transformed on many occasions into a stage for his extraordinary
"FashionArt performances". Celebrities such as Sophia Loren, Ilona Staller (Cicciolina),
Amanda Lear and Amy Stewart form part of Gianni's ardent admirers, and have often served
as muses for the artist.
Gianni Molaro's new creative forms have sparked the interest of many modern art critics,
who rate his innovations very highly: Fashion-Sculptures (usually made from bronze) and
Sculpture-paintings made of fabric.
Molaro's work with bridal fashion was featured in the Guinness Book of World Records a
total of 3 times: For the longest bridal veil in the world, the largest wedding gown in the
world, and finally the most expensive wedding gown in the world, made with over 7000
Our exhibition features his work "The Gossip Girls", the fabric-made counterpart of his
fashion-sculpture of the same name, which was exhibited in 1999 in the Capitoline
museum in Naples during one of his notorious city-wide fashion performances.
Spazio Raro 3D Jewelry
Rossella Granata graduated with a specialization in " visual arts and disciplines".
Rossella founded her own brand, SPAZIO RARO 3D Jewellery. Her creations are meant to be daring, both firm and void, both flexible and rigid, and are designed for young, happy and elegant modern women. The collections are made from nylon, using her own innovative 3D printing technique.
We present the “HULA” collection: a selection of 3D printed RARO jewellery, with it’s rebellious, new, and constantly evolving style.
These brightly colored, soft and elegant experimental jewellery pieces are unique in shape, suitable for every look.
Handmade collage is the focal point in the work of visual artist Lauro Samblás from Barcelona. Today, his 3 dimensional illustrations have evolved to become sculptural pieces. In his installations - conceptual compositions dominated by saturated and neon colours - advertising and art come together resulting in a visual outburst. His clients: Converse, Perrier, Desigual, Gucci and much more...
All Things Suzette
Suzette is a Digital artist specializing in unique, creative and stylized art, editorial fashion, campaigns, and product promotion.
FAUSTO SARLI (1927, Naples – 9 December 2010, Rome) was an Italian couturier, famous throughout his long career for innovative and original design. Sarli established his own house in 1958 in Naples, and later on he opened ateliers in Rome and Milan. His collections were very popular with clients in the USA, Canada, Japan and in the Persian Gulf countries. Sarli created dresses for Carla Bruni, Elizaveth Taylor, Monica Belucci and many other known personalitites.
Naomi Voegeli was born in 1995 in Democratic Republic of Congo. After following a scientific career in DR Congo, Naomi turns to fashion. Her creative style can be described as graphic, feminine and dynamic . She is inventing new motives for clothing, trying to increase attractivity and appreciation of a feminine body.
The life path of this former suburban boy is close to unbelievable. Born of a good family in Naples and immediately thrown to the peak of haute couture, first as a charming model and then as a couturier. In the early eighties, Alessio interrupts his medical studies and enrols in a cutting and sewing course in a Parisian high-fashion house.
Alessio Visone, a great visionary of Neapolitan fashion, defines himself with an elegant understatement as a “tailor-artist”. Among his many friends/clients, Fiona Swarowski (owner of Swarowski) is a long-established muse of his.
An other main woman ion his artistic life was Antonella Di Pietro, former creative director of Karl Lagerfeld, and now of Tommy Hilfiger.
Visone has been present on the fashion scene for thirty-two years. For the thirtieth anniversary of his career, a fashion show was held in his honour on the steps of the Chiaia district in Naples.
This year, we exhibit his design- armed warriors and generals on horseback, printed on dresses and bracelets, which form unique wearable art pieces.
The Neapolitan artist who has exhibited his works all over the world and the fashion designer who has dressed international celebrities, has approached art in different ways: pictorial and sartorial, and brought a true definition and prestige to the label “Made in Naples”.
Raphaël Vicenzi aka My Dead Pony was born in 1972 in Charleroi, Belgium. Lives in Brussels.
Raphael makes digital art and fashion illustration. His work revolves around female beauty and fashion. Vicenzi says that he gets his inspiration from the likes of Banksy, Chloe Early, Bouguereau, Klimt, Stina Persson, Daniel Egnéus, illustrators from the sixties.
His clients include: Universal / Votre Beauté / Company UK / Style.com / Be Magazine / Washington Post / Hemisphere / Virgin / Madame Figaro...
TROPE is an artistic duo of Carol MacGillivray and Bruno Mathez. The two artists met at Goldsmiths University in 2011 and started collaborating on experimental artwork by animating specific objects through selective attention. Using a technique that combines Gestalt grouping with projection mapping, they breathe life into inanimate objects.
They work from a studio based in South-East London.
Dr Carol MacGillivray comes from a background of animation and film editing. She spent 20 years working with documentaries, dramas, music videos and commercials. Carol taught film at the Royal College of Art; she became a senior lecturer in animation at the University of West London and in 2009 - an Associate Dean of Research and Enterprise in the Faculty of the Arts at that university. An increased interest in combining theoretical research and practice has led Carol to undertake a PhD by practice in Arts and Computational Technology at Goldsmiths University.
Bruno Mathez is a French audiovisual artist living in London. His creations can be referred to as experimental visual equivalents of different types of media or stage practices. Bruno has directed visual production for music concerts, operas, dance (award at the Monaco Dance Forum 2006) and theatre shows. His work was exhibited at the Royal Festival Hall in London.
Bruno is now specializing on visual music in space and interactive video sculptures. He also teaches the film-making course of the Masters programme of Composing for Moving Images at City University in London.
Noushka Trendy Jewels
Jewerly designer based in Nice.
ZORIKTO DORDZHIEV was born in 1976 in Ulan-Ude, the capital of Buryatia, one of the republics of the Russian Federation set along the border with Mongolia. In 2002 he graduated "magna cum laude" the State Arts Institute in Krasnoyarsk. His personal exhibitions were held in the Russian Museum in Saint Petersbourg, in the Museum of Oriental Arts in Moscow. His art was welcome also in London, Beijing, Strasbourg, Brussels, Taipei, Luxembourg, New-York.
Olga Tobreluts is born in Leningrad in 1970. She studied in Architectural College in Leningrad, than followed the course of computer graphics in Berlin. She lives in St-Petersbourg.
Olga Tobreluts belongs to a selected group of Russian artist, who became well-known internationally. She was one of the first in media art and as a creator of massive video installations. She was also one of the first contemporary artists who picked modern computer technologies as a medium. Tobreluts’s artworks appear to be intricate manipulations, in which historical realities and myths of modern culture are melted together for the purpose of transforming them into a magical super reality.
Olga Tobreluts is an adherent of Neo-Academism. Her work was exhibited by Tate Gallery (1999), by Henie Onstad Museum, Olso, Norway, by State Russian Museum in St. Petersburg, to name just a few. She is the winner of a number of prestigious international art competitions.
Miguel Vallinas was born in Valladolid in Spain in 1972. Lives in Madrid.
His photo series - "Skins" and "Second Skins" - enjoyed a big success internationally. In the first one, he photographed himself in the attire of various professions, from matador to mechanic, to explore "the inner reality of a man", whereas in the "Second Skins" he reflect upon the choices we make in our outward appearance, and what they tell the world about our character.
Born in Turin, she later moved to Naples, the city that went on to sculpt her artistic being.
She attended Belle Atri Academy, debuting with the study of engraving, painting and photography.
Her burning passion for fashion and design as separate entities lead her into the world of fashion design.
Each jewel (one of a kind piece) is the fruit of an artistic project, from the colour analysis, to the form study, to the precise manipulation of selected materials: Pearls, Brass, bronze, jade, plexiglass, and precious stones, which she managed to combine in a mix of contemporary and retro style.
Welcome to the universe of this handsome and very talented Jewels Designer: ALESSANDRA AIARDO
The Collection we present has been published on Vogue Italy 2018