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  • Peserico’s new Summer Capsule Collection is called Italianità. It consists of four limited edition T-shirts inspired by some of the most striking views of the cities of Venice and Vicenza. This initiative stems from the Brand’s desire to share its homeland, highlighting its beauty and its relationship with the individual by choosing real places where people live. The squares, the streets and the buildings tell of a true, everyday beauty, the same beauty that Peserico’s fashion has always sought to emulate. It is a journey through Italy that begins with two of the most impressive places in the Veneto patrimony – Piazza Dei Signori in Vicenza and a view of Venice from Rialto. In reality, however, it is just the first step on a broader journey that will extend to other parts of Veneto and Italy. The images seen on the T-shirts are the result of the collaboration with Alessandra Chemollo, the Venetian photographer who, throughout her career, has used her personal lens to tell of the bond between architectural space and photography. The Peserico creative team then graphically transposed the images to create a visually striking collection. The T-shirts from the Italianità collection, all of which can easily be paired with a casual-chic outfit, carry their own message of beauty, an implicit invitation to feel pride in being a witness to the natural splendour that surrounds us throughout our peninsula.
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  • FOUR LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRTS REPRODUCE THE MOST STRIKING VIEWS OF THE VENETO REGION AND WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FROM JUNE 2019 IN PESERICO BOUTIQUES.
  • FOUR LIMITED EDITION T-SHIRTS REPRODUCE THE MOST STRIKING VIEWS OF THE VENETO REGION AND WILL BE AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FROM JUNE 2019 IN PESERICO BOUTIQUES.
  • Vicenza, Colonnato Piazza dei Signori
  • Vicenza, Piazza dei Signori
  • Verona
  • Venezia, Rialto
  • Venezia, Palazzo Ducale
  • Padova
  • Alessandra Chemollo was born in Treviso in 1963 and lives in Venice. She graduated from the IUAV University of Architecture in Venice in 1995, with a thesis on the relationship between architecture and photography (“Storia Fotografica dell’opera di Alvaro Siza/Photographic history of the work of Alvaro Siza”). Reflection on the portrayal of architectural work continued throughout her professional work and independently produced projects. She has created photographic projects illustrating various monographic texts, exploring particular ways of interpreting the architectural work through documentary projects, in close collaboration with architectural historians - starting with her work with Manfredo Tafuri. Her thirty year career has encompassed historical and contemporary architecture and involved the development of theoretical fields for educational and curatorial purposes. In 2012 she exhibited (“L’architetto invisibile/The Invisible Architect”) at the 13th Venice Architecture Biennale. In 2014 she won the Sannita Prize for Photography Criticism. She currently teaches the Landscape Master’s Photography module at the IUAV.
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