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ANGELNESS – AELIS COUTURE FW20/21

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ANGELNESS

AELIS Couture FW20/21 Collection Art is the most interesting form of human expression.

A couture dress can thus become a message, expressing inner beauty to the world.

Digital haute couture is a contemporary and interesting idea that inspired me to work with a new vision, and to involve in this process my friend and Artist Jacopo Godani.

Jacopo’s work consists of live art performances. The moving bodies of the dancers help him share and shape his reflection on sustainability and on the impact of humankind on the planet.

I invited him to meet AELIS and discuss our ecological and ethical vision. As friends, we have always shared our love and respect for nature and all kinds of beauty. His creativity has inspired me constantly and his graceful and moving creations have always had the power to generate strong emotional reactions.

Dance as an Art form has always been present in my life and has certainly influenced my creations. All our dresses are conceived by following the movement of the fabric when draped around the body. And the dress finally comes alive when a woman wears it.

The idea to work with Jacopo came from a mutual desire that sprang from our common aesthetic and ethical vision. Our hope is to convey a message of beauty that will trigger a regenerating process, involving a new consciousness of our place in this world.

In this moment of deep reflection, with humanity locked down, the planet has begun to regenerate.

Beauty and femininity have inspired this entire collection. When conceiving the dresses, I was driven by the rhythm of a silent movie, but also inspired by the beauty of Francesca Bertini and Theda Bara, Man Ray portraits, and nymphs from Greek and Roman mythology.

The female essence of Echo, Egeria, Eurydice, and the powerful beauty of the Sistine Chapel are evoked in “Angelness”, the art performance film directed by Jacopo Godani. We believe that femininity is not related to human gender. The physiological aspect of being born male or female has nothing to do with femininity.

What drives us to continue and present this new project is the hope that humanity will change one day and will act responsibly and live sustainably, to slow down consumeristic lifestyle and preserve the world. Inspiration comes from motion and emotion.

It is the energy from which beauty originates. In our post-apocalyptic vision, Jacopo Godani’s dancers, who look like fallen angels or wondrous monsters, become the new Muses and share this energy, giving birth to new AELIS creations.

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