Artisans on display at Palazzo Colonna

New sparkling appointment with Artigiani in Mostra, the event organized by that of the Lux Area Center which will be staged, Saturday 12 and Sunday 13 November, in the Coffee House of Palazzo Colonna

“All that glitters Edition” is the title of the edition dedicated to autumn fashion and its rigorously handcrafted accessories. There will be many new artisans who will join the already well-known exhibitors who for years have given life to the sophisticated exhibition in Piazza SS. Apostoli 67, a few steps from Piazza Venezia.

Art and fashion on display

Present a handcrafted man / woman collection inspired by the travels and experience gained over the years by the designer Rosario Migliaccio with Jajo madeinitaly, while the designer Yasmin Naqvi and her Art Wear collection will be a journey into the contamination between art and fashion. inspiration from famous paintings. The designer will speak together with the art manager Michele Crocitto. And again Granny bags that will bring back to the 70s in full Boho style, those of Bubble Necklace made strictly by hand. La Chicca will present its scenographic bijoux rich in colored stones set in metallic threads of great effect, ready to complete any type of outfit. And more handcrafted clothing made with sartorial care and a choice of Italian fabrics that of the tailor’s. A new interpretation of the jewel thanks to Le Orellane, earrings / necklaces born from an original idea by Pippi Pironti.

On Sunday 13 November at 5.00 pm the designer Massimo Bomba, passionate and scholar of the hidden language of the signs and symbols of the zodiac, will entertain the audience at the Lux Area Center with a conference on the “Semantic and anthropological analysis of signs” and with his works on display. To embellish the exhibition there will also be the works of Gaibi, an eclectic and uncontaminated artist, inspired by the need to make his own inner sensations concrete. Allergic to preconceptions and intolerant to the prisons of intellectual salons, he has freed himself from the chains of hypocrisy and cultural opportunism, transforming the chains themselves into works of art and design objects. The result is visually powerful, elegant and timeless.

For girls and for women who have always remained a little girls, Le Sorelline di Kris with the wonderful handmade dolls made entirely by hand. Cinzia Modiano’s handcrafted wool and cashmere knitwear and Marcella Angeletti’s MyHat hats will be back. There will always be the fashion lounge of the famous international buyer Eire Mota Fashion Expert, and the second hand corner selected and reworked by the fashion designer Anna Bruna Moda, the handmade bags and accessories of Tavassi Napoli, a brand that is the result of creations made by expert theatrical costume designers, the new collection of Icoloridi artistic t-shirts by Monica Bernardini and the Astro Blogger Elisa Sole with her Suerte Line of Canvases and Drawings Inspired by the Moon Female Astrology and Spirituality and much, much more, all hosted in a refined living room in the setting of the splendid Coffee House of Palazzo Colonna.

For the male part, Antica Calzoleria Reale will intervene with the refined male footwear. Also present are the original men’s / women’s sunglasses from the Meller company. Exclusively at the Lux Area Center, the highly sought-after plexiglass furnishing accessories of Plex Art by Donato Pompa are back.

As always there will be a look at solidarity, towards our faithful four-legged friends, thanks to the presence of the Un Tesoro di Cane Onlus Association which deals with the recovery and adoption of abandoned dogs in the kennels of Southern Italy and in their stand. it will be possible to buy a preview of homemade Christmas sweets. For years, Officine Creative Roma has confirmed itself to be a leading company in the organization of fashion sales in particular and prestigious contexts.

For more information:

Saturday 12 November 2022 11.00-19.30

Sunday 13 November 2022 11.00-19.30

Coffee House Palazzo Colonna: Piazza SS. Apostoli 67, Rome

(next to the Wax Museum)

Free entry

Artisans on display at Palazzo Colonna