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TWINS FLORENCE finalist at Who is on next? 2019

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TWINS FLORENCE finalist at Who is on next? 2019

VOGUEALTAROMA
TWINS FLORENCE finalist at Who is on next? 2019

VOGUEALTAROMA
TWINS FLORENCE finalist at Who is on next? 2019

VOGUEALTAROMA
#IamTwinsFlorence

the designer Linda Calugi + Twins Florence masterpieces

#IamTwinsFlorence

the designer Linda Calugi + Twins Florence masterpieces

#IamTwinsFlorence

the designer Linda Calugi + Twins Florence masterpieces

#IamTwinsFlorence

the designer Linda Calugi + Twins Florence masterpieces

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TWINS FLORENCE HERESIES femmage SPRING SUMMER 20 PERSPECTIVES

The idea of Femmage was first defined in the ‘70s by a group of women artists willing to change the perception of traditional gender-related feminine activities via creative reframing. Collages, composites and art installations condensed and celebrated the so-called women’s activities such as housekeeping, cooking, sewing and child care. Art gave them back dignity, significance and introduced a new perspective on the role of feminine work through time, focusing on women’s power, ideas, points of view and differences all together. While creating the new Twins Florence 2020 Spring Summer collection, Linda Calugi, designer and creative director, followed this path like a fragrance trail and discovered Heresies, a group of women anthropologists, sociologists, researchers and artists that worked together from the ‘70s to the ‘90s. They even edited a New York-based magazine called Heresies, a Feminist Publication on Art and Politics. Their passion and attitude inspired the latest Twins Florence collection. The focus is on the core value of diversity and on the importance of working with history, memories and perceptions to change the way women are regarded within contemporary society, helping shape a new feminine identity. The color palette comes from tapestry, particularly curtain textures. Curtains are the sheltering border of that room of one’s own that every woman needs to take care of within her soul. From Linda’s perspective, tapestry epitomizes a border that needs to be crossed, dressed in the colors of land and sand, mixed with a black leather touch and the flashing colors of knitwear. Silk, linen and cotton are the main fabrics of the collection, all of them connected by a new sense of lightness and freedom.

TWINS FLORENCE HERESIES femmage SPRING SUMMER 20 PERSPECTIVES

The idea of Femmage was first defined in the ‘70s by a group of women artists willing to change the perception of traditional gender-related feminine activities via creative reframing. Collages, composites and art installations condensed and celebrated the so-called women’s activities such as housekeeping, cooking, sewing and child care. Art gave them back dignity, significance and introduced a new perspective on the role of feminine work through time, focusing on women’s power, ideas, points of view and differences all together. While creating the new Twins Florence 2020 Spring Summer collection, Linda Calugi, designer and creative director, followed this path like a fragrance trail and discovered Heresies, a group of women anthropologists, sociologists, researchers and artists that worked together from the ‘70s to the ‘90s. They even edited a New York-based magazine called Heresies, a Feminist Publication on Art and Politics. Their passion and attitude inspired the latest Twins Florence collection. The focus is on the core value of diversity and on the importance of working with history, memories and perceptions to change the way women are regarded within contemporary society, helping shape a new feminine identity. The color palette comes from tapestry, particularly curtain textures. Curtains are the sheltering border of that room of one’s own that every woman needs to take care of within her soul. From Linda’s perspective, tapestry epitomizes a border that needs to be crossed, dressed in the colors of land and sand, mixed with a black leather touch and the flashing colors of knitwear. Silk, linen and cotton are the main fabrics of the collection, all of them connected by a new sense of lightness and freedom.

TWINS FLORENCE HERESIES femmage SPRING SUMMER 20 PERSPECTIVES

The idea of Femmage was first defined in the ‘70s by a group of women artists willing to change the perception of traditional gender-related feminine activities via creative reframing. Collages, composites and art installations condensed and celebrated the so-called women’s activities such as housekeeping, cooking, sewing and child care. Art gave them back dignity, significance and introduced a new perspective on the role of feminine work through time, focusing on women’s power, ideas, points of view and differences all together. While creating the new Twins Florence 2020 Spring Summer collection, Linda Calugi, designer and creative director, followed this path like a fragrance trail and discovered Heresies, a group of women anthropologists, sociologists, researchers and artists that worked together from the ‘70s to the ‘90s. They even edited a New York-based magazine called Heresies, a Feminist Publication on Art and Politics. Their passion and attitude inspired the latest Twins Florence collection. The focus is on the core value of diversity and on the importance of working with history, memories and perceptions to change the way women are regarded within contemporary society, helping shape a new feminine identity. The color palette comes from tapestry, particularly curtain textures. Curtains are the sheltering border of that room of one’s own that every woman needs to take care of within her soul. From Linda’s perspective, tapestry epitomizes a border that needs to be crossed, dressed in the colors of land and sand, mixed with a black leather touch and the flashing colors of knitwear. Silk, linen and cotton are the main fabrics of the collection, all of them connected by a new sense of lightness and freedom.

TWINS FLORENCE HERESIES femmage SPRING SUMMER 20 PERSPECTIVES

The idea of Femmage was first defined in the ‘70s by a group of women artists willing to change the perception of traditional gender-related feminine activities via creative reframing. Collages, composites and art installations condensed and celebrated the so-called women’s activities such as housekeeping, cooking, sewing and child care. Art gave them back dignity, significance and introduced a new perspective on the role of feminine work through time, focusing on women’s power, ideas, points of view and differences all together. While creating the new Twins Florence 2020 Spring Summer collection, Linda Calugi, designer and creative director, followed this path like a fragrance trail and discovered Heresies, a group of women anthropologists, sociologists, researchers and artists that worked together from the ‘70s to the ‘90s. They even edited a New York-based magazine called Heresies, a Feminist Publication on Art and Politics. Their passion and attitude inspired the latest Twins Florence collection. The focus is on the core value of diversity and on the importance of working with history, memories and perceptions to change the way women are regarded within contemporary society, helping shape a new feminine identity. The color palette comes from tapestry, particularly curtain textures. Curtains are the sheltering border of that room of one’s own that every woman needs to take care of within her soul. From Linda’s perspective, tapestry epitomizes a border that needs to be crossed, dressed in the colors of land and sand, mixed with a black leather touch and the flashing colors of knitwear. Silk, linen and cotton are the main fabrics of the collection, all of them connected by a new sense of lightness and freedom.

Green Carpet competition

“For me, sustainability means above all value and quality: creating garments made to last over time without ever losing their contemporaneity, conceived following a thread of style that allows you to cross each piece of any collection”

Eco AgeMFFVogue
Green Carpet competition

“For me, sustainability means above all value and quality: creating garments made to last over time without ever losing their contemporaneity, conceived following a thread of style that allows you to cross each piece of any collection”

Eco AgeMFFVogue
Green Carpet competition

“For me, sustainability means above all value and quality: creating garments made to last over time without ever losing their contemporaneity, conceived following a thread of style that allows you to cross each piece of any collection”

Eco AgeMFFVogue
Green Carpet competition

“For me, sustainability means above all value and quality: creating garments made to last over time without ever losing their contemporaneity, conceived following a thread of style that allows you to cross each piece of any collection”

Eco AgeMFFVogue
TWINS FLORENCE finalist at Who is on next? 2019

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#IamTwinsFlorence

the designer Linda Calugi + Twins Florence masterpieces

Our Moodboards

You can find us at Tsum

Tsum
TWINS FLORENCE HERESIES femmage SPRING SUMMER 20 PERSPECTIVES

The idea of Femmage was first defined in the ‘70s by a group of women artists willing to change the perception of traditional gender-related feminine activities via creative reframing. Collages, composites and art installations condensed and celebrated the so-called women’s activities such as housekeeping, cooking, sewing and child care. Art gave them back dignity, significance and introduced a new perspective on the role of feminine work through time, focusing on women’s power, ideas, points of view and differences all together. While creating the new Twins Florence 2020 Spring Summer collection, Linda Calugi, designer and creative director, followed this path like a fragrance trail and discovered Heresies, a group of women anthropologists, sociologists, researchers and artists that worked together from the ‘70s to the ‘90s. They even edited a New York-based magazine called Heresies, a Feminist Publication on Art and Politics. Their passion and attitude inspired the latest Twins Florence collection. The focus is on the core value of diversity and on the importance of working with history, memories and perceptions to change the way women are regarded within contemporary society, helping shape a new feminine identity. The color palette comes from tapestry, particularly curtain textures. Curtains are the sheltering border of that room of one’s own that every woman needs to take care of within her soul. From Linda’s perspective, tapestry epitomizes a border that needs to be crossed, dressed in the colors of land and sand, mixed with a black leather touch and the flashing colors of knitwear. Silk, linen and cotton are the main fabrics of the collection, all of them connected by a new sense of lightness and freedom.

Green Carpet competition

“For me, sustainability means above all value and quality: creating garments made to last over time without ever losing their contemporaneity, conceived following a thread of style that allows you to cross each piece of any collection”

MFFEco AgeVogue
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