Today starts the 89th edition of Pitti Uomo, the world’s most important menswear fashion show, but before posting all the reports of what I will see in the Fortezza da Basso, I want to re-share the interviews written by my students of the “Professional Writing for Fashion Journalism” course at International Studies Institute in Florence.
Japanese mood, scarves, prints, polka dots, sweaters and stripes are just a little part of Nō ARTIGIANI ITALIANI, the commercial brand that is seducing the press and the market thanks to its special kind of knitwear for men.
Intrigued by the rapid growth of the brand I interviewed Claudia Cennamo, one of the CEOs together with Mirko Buffini, and I discovered that behind Nō ARTIGIANI ITALIANI there is a whole universe born from the passion and the dream of two persons who strongly believe in the Made in Italy values and who have bet on a different way of conceiving fashion companies in Italy.
Here it is the interview!
The Fashion Commentator gave a masterclass in fashion blogging in Rome.
Actually, I was comfortably sitting in front of my computer in Florence, but thanks to Skype in a few minutes I was on the big screen of a IED (Istituto Europeo di Design) Master course in Rome.
But let me explain…