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Collanevrosi
Designer Story
Behind the COLLANEvrosi brand is Lodovica Fusco, a jewelry designer from Trieste, Italy, who after pursuing arts and entertainment studies at University started working with a jewelry designer specializing in glass beads. Following a string of internships with clothing labels, Lodovica decided to set up her own jewelry line.
Behind the COLLANEvrosi brand is Lodovica Fusco, a jewelry designer from Trieste, Italy, who after pursuing arts and entertainment studies at University started working with a jewelry designer specializing in glass beads. Following a string of internships with clothing labels, Lodovica decided to set up her own jewelry line. A key element of her project, launched in 2012, is continuous research on "unconventional" materials. This is the starting point for the design of geometric and assorted shapes, seeking a contemporary and unique style.

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Behind the COLLANEvrosi brand is Lodovica Fusco, a jewelry designer from Trieste, Italy, who after pursuing arts and entertainment studies at University started working with a jewelry designer specializing in glass beads. Following a string of internships with clothing labels, Lodovica decided to set up her own jewelry line. A key element of her project, launched in 2012, is continuous research on "unconventional" materials. This is the starting point for the design of geometric and assorted shapes, seeking a contemporary and unique style.

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Q+A
WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT BEING A FASHION DESIGNER?

The continuous research on "unconventional" materials, like cork, recycled neoprene, PVC, plastic, metals. This is the starting point for the design of geometric and assorted shapes, creating a contemporary and unique style.
WHAT DO YOU LOVE MOST ABOUT BEING A FASHION DESIGNER?

The continuous research on "unconventional" materials, like cork, recycled neoprene, PVC, plastic, metals. This is the starting point for the design of geometric and assorted shapes, creating a contemporary and unique style.



WHAT HAS BEEN YOU BIGGEST CHALLENGE?

For the next Wood collection I am using the lute-makers' techniques: after cutting the pieces, I clean and smooth them with thin sandpaper, and mold them with the help of water and heat. When dry, I use a primer to obtain the desired nuance and finally I apply a semi-glossy varnish.



WHERE DO YOU GET YOUR INSPIRATION?

For my FW collection, called Ikebana, I got inspiration from Japan:  Ikebana is the Japanese art of flower arrangement. A true art form, in which the arrangement is a "living" thing, in which Nature and man blend together. As a principle, Ikebana does not only aim at introducing a limited part of Nature into a home, but rather at conveying Nature's entirety, generating a connection between the inside and the outside, between the natural and the human worlds. The collection, therefore, besides its name, also fully captures Ikebana's philosophy. Like all other forms of art in Japan, Ikebana is a creative expression within precise construction rules. Its goal is to create beauty starting from color combinations, from natural shapes and their arrangement. This is exactly the development of the new collection was based on.



WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BECOME A DESIGNER?

After pursuing arts and entertainment studies at University I started working with a jewelry designer specializing in glass beads. Following a string of internships with clothing labels, I decided to set up her own jewelry line. 
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