I met Maiden Art at Pitti Uomo, and I was amazed by the simple beauty of their creations.
We have already posted about them on Design Catwalk in the past, but here are some news.
They define themselves:
“Maiden-Art is an Italian conceptual design brand of clothing, accessories and jewelry available for men and women.
Maiden-Art means Pure Art, in other words to dress the Art.
Its world is made of research, innovation and irony… with open eyes to the market’s needs.
Maiden-Art is not only about fashion, but it’s the result of the fusion between art and experimentation.
The designers come from two different and complementary artistic backgrounds.
Their artistic works as photography, video art, performance and sound design become naturally the inspiration for Maiden-Art’s creations.
Next projects are: a music record label, an avant-garde magazine and products design.”
Maiden-Art collections are reviewed by Italian and International magazines like: Vogue Italy, Teen Vogue, Glamour Magazine, style.com, menstyle.it, style.it, dazeddigital.com, Cosmopolitan, ect…
Meet them at
28th February – 2nd March 2010
via Tortona, 35
to see their FALL/WINTER 2010-11 COLLECTION
Harim Jung: Identity + Ethos
Piece d’Anarchive: grids everywhere
Minki Cheng . Textile patterns, geometries and brandnew designers
Jana Wieland’s Female Winter + A lesson about personal achievement
Liz Ciokajlo: 3D printed natural shoes
Parsons NY Gang!
Angelos Bratis . The energy of sunshine yellow lit up Milan fashion week
Low classic . An instant classic with minimal style
Emilie Stovik: Arctic
Christina Ledang creates a second skin’s collection made of rubber
THISISTHEUNIFORM . Transparencies and Overlays
Yvonne Laufer: Void