AltaRoma AltaModa is an event that take place every six months in Rome. This year took place from 26 to 29 January 2017 at the ex caserma Guido Reni, brought on the catwalk the high-fashion lines of the best Roman fashion houses for the new spring summer 2017 couture collections
The complete schedule of events AltaRoma is available on the official website of the event : http://www.altaroma.it/it/AltaRoma
AltaRoma has traditionally been mainly focused on the historic house of Italian haute couture like Renato Balesta, Gattinoni, Lancetti, Sabrina Persechino up to the latest Giada Curti. Also in latest recent years has supporting young artists by many competitions like the “Who is on Next?” the “Fashion Hub”, with which by training and support to young designers, the “Fashion in Town ‘which includes all events located around the city, and the project” Artisanal Intelligence. “that from six years organize exhibitions and supports the young artisans.
This year the collections presented are a return to a romantic , sensual and and nature lover. Colors ranging from lilac, soft pink, teal, references to flowers and nature through some magnificent embroidery and fabric prints.
Was the designer Gattinoni to open the AltaRoma shows. The new collection is called ‘The Dream’. And it is the dreamy atmosphere that suggest these dresses in pastel colors with tulle and veils inspired by the romance and nature. Gattinoni chose to parade in a very prestigious place, such as the University of Link Campus University Studies in via San Pio V, near the Vatican City. On the second day it was the turn of the designer Renato Balestra which this year received a medal for sixtieth twinning between Rome and Paris from the mayor of Rome Virginia Raggi. Also his woman is a return to nature and romance highlighting of sensuality. Instead the fashion show of Nino Lettieri is a return to the geometrie sbut always maintaining a romantic and soft line for a sensual and elegance woman by light fabrics such as chiffon, organza, satin with colors ranging mostly from white and black. Switch from the Giada Curti “Secret Garden”collection we can see some magnificent floral prints with an explosion of light graceful fabrics that by my own point of view is also oriental-inspired.