The designer Michele Miglionico participates in the conversation / meeting titled “A Modo Mio – LUCIANA BOCCARDI TELLS THE FASHION” organized by the Center for History of Costume Fabric and Perfume and exhibits her Alta Moda creations at the Museum of Palazzo Mocenigo (Venice).
The designer Michele Miglionico talks with Luciana Boccardi (famous journalist and fashion historian) in one of the meetings dedicated to fashion in the monthly episode story that the Museum of Fashion of Palazzo Mocenigo – Venice with “A MODO MIO – LUCIANA BOCCARDI TELLS FASHION” has programmed from March to December 2019 to examine and analyze, with the management of the journalist Giovanna Pastega, the various sectors of contemporary fashion, opening up in parentheses also of historical interest and relating to numerous fashion personalities.
The “Fashion is Entertainment” chapter is an excursus along the evolution of ways and formats dedicated today to fashion presentations. From the silent fashion shows of the distant years, the look of communication has experienced passages of real spectacle, such as to often pass the attention for the protagonist dresses. The journalist Luciana Boccardi examined with the Lucan stylist some of the theatrical tendencies assumed by the fashion that in recent times has discovered a code of representation that allows it to face the religious metaphors that stylists express with accents of spectacularized mysticism.
During the meeting at the Museum of Palazzo Mocenigo, Michele Miglionico told how he interpreted the religious traditions of the Lucan region and the ancient relationship of his women with the revered statues and processions with the Haute Couture collection.
Created to support the candidacy of the city of Matera as European Capital of Culture 2019, the collection builds a connection with the contemporary of a territory as a magical place, full of beauties and contradictions that still today consecrates the most beautiful and precious clothes to the statues of cult.
During this meeting nine Haute Couture creations were presented, which are part of the exhibition “Madonnas Lucane. Clothes that smell of incense ”already exhibited in the consecrated church of Purgatory in Matera which saw the stylist Michele Miglionico tell his homage to the Marian cult in Basilicata through an eclectic and suggestive itinerary.
There will be eight monthly chapters that journalist Luciana Boccardi delivers to the Museum of Fashion and Costume of Venice through: stories, reports, anecdotes, fragments of her own life lived of a great signature of fashion journalism.
All conversations will be recorded to enter the archive of the Library of Palazzo Mocenigo that the Museum is expanding to allow more information to the public of students and curious people of fashion stories.