Milan Fashion Week, Studio Scacchetti, 13th January 2019, Milan.
The project is realized for the presentation of the brand renovation “GRIFONI”, and as an introduction of new collection Fall/Winter2019 designed by Luca Magliano. The show, part of MilanFashionWeek 2019 and hosted inside the wonderful archive room of Studio Scacchetti in Milan, is a choreographic performance: the models transformed into actors on a stage in which the scenographies are simple industrial elements modified with the use of colors. The spectator can follow the performers’ actions from the top of the balcony. A transparent green film filtering the white marble pavement is the background of the show. The color allows a better perception of the fabrics and texture of the collection, placing itself in contrast with the materials of the clothes. All the aspects of the presentation followed the concept, from lighting to catering. All food courses were characterized by the green color of ingredients and lighting was composed of a series of neon light cover with green film.
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Parasite 2.0 is a design and research agency based in Milan and London. Founded in 2010 by Stefano Colombo, Eugenio Cosentino and Luca Marullo, they investigate the status of human habitats, acting within a hybrid of architecture, design, and scenography.
Parasite 2.0 has worked and collaborated with Triennale Milano, Copenhagen International Fashion Fair, Pantone, Corraini Editions, Terraforma Festival, Missoni, Nero Editions, Venice Architecture Biennale, and the Shenzhen Architecture Biennale, among others.
They have led didactic activity at Faculté d’architecture de l’université libre de Bruxelles, Design Academy Eindhoven, Piet Zwart Institute in Rotterdam and Politecnico di Milano. They taught at The Gerrit Rietveld Academy in Amsterdam, NABA Nuova Accademia Belle Arti Milano, and since 2016 they have been regularly teaching at MADE Program-Accademia di Belle Arti R. Gagliardi in Syracuse, Italy.
Parasite 2.0 were awarded the Young Architects Program MAXXI in 2016. They are represented by Operativa Arte Contemporanea Gallery and Galleria Corraini Arte Contemporanea.
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