Fashion Design & Accessories. Istituto Marangoni Milan 2019-2020.
Giorgio is an Italian fashion and accessories Designer, graduate of the Istituto Marangoni in Milan.
Very much influenced by his family's traditions, his grandfather was a tailor, Giorgio decided get involved in the fashion world expanding his design knowledge and developing a markedly sophisticated taste.
The city of Milan, Art and Architecture are the three fundamental points upon which Giorgio’s creative vision is based.
The starting point of the sustainable project was the designer’s hometown in Abruzzo and his personal history.
The outerwear collection expresses the concept of “METAMORPHOSIS”, as the act of transforming one element into another.
Sustainability is seen through the process of upcycling: waste and recycled materials found in an tannery in his homeland are used in the project.
"The inspiration came from the desire to bring together Tod's codes and clothing items."
The iconic Tod’s Gommino shoe uppers and sole became the constitutive part of the pieces of the collection.
The concept's idea is to revisiting classics with a youthful twist: a merge of the upcycling dash of modernity with brand’s codes.
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Watch the mentoring session between Simone Marchetti, Vanity Fair European Editorial Director & Italia Editor in Chief, and Giorgio Cinosi.
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