As it reached its ninth edition, the Medit Summer Fashion, promoted by the homonymous association and the Butterfly Agency, is an unmissable appointment by now. On the 12th July 20102, Antonella Parziale and Denny Mendez presented the event in the historic Ferrarese square in Bari. Drawing their inspiration from the seven Deadly Sins theme, boys and girls from all Italy entered the haute couture for new stylists and the photography competitions. The panel, presided over by Michele Miglionico and composed of Florisa Sciannamea, Roberto Guarducci, Daniela Mazzacane and Enrico Klimt Morisco, awarded the prizes to Lucrezia Pastoressa for her dresses and to Nicola Di Corrado for his photos.
During the night the a/w 2012-2013 proposals by CityModa (a huge stores chain whose motto is “passion for fashion”) had been presented; clothing by Massimo Orsini (stylist who has always made use of female body study as a base to realize his projects for enhancing female shapes; the imaginative and various coiffures by Mimì Colonna and his valued collaborators.
The city of Bari, due to its geographical position, in the course of its history has always represented a meeting point for the western culture and the eastern one: this year three awesome Balkan stylists made their contribution to the Medit Summer Fashion.
Zoran Boskovic, whose work has always been spurred on by passion for fashion and for art, took inspiration from the sea and presented a collection made up with soft shades and cuts. Iva Stefanovic, on the contrary, used one of this season trends, fluo colors, for the complex geometries of her clothing. On the other hand, a mix of tradition and innovation is the key to success for Anastazija Miranovic.
The fashion show for big names ended with Michele Miglionico’s dresses. The stylist, who imagined to dress up with bright and everlasting colours (like gold, black and red) a sophisticated and cosmopolitan woman. To embody this model there was the stunning Sherlyn Furneau, Miss Seychelles 2012, a real goddess in her golden dress designed by Miglionico.