Frammenti 2016: fundraising passionThe report of the 17th edition of Frammenti, which has been held again this year in Civitavecchia at the eighteenth-century city walls of Porta Livorno
Great success for the 17th edition of Frammenti (here's the article of presentation of the event). Success not only of public, there were about a thousand people, but also of takings: €2,550 collected in charity that will be donated to As.S.pro.Ha. The association comunicated that half of the takings will be donated to the towns affected by the recent earthquake. We are very proud of having promoted this initiative.
Please find below the statement sent to us by the press office of the event:
The seventeenth edition of “Frammenti” was held last night pushed by passion on the eighteenth-century staircase of Porta Livorno in Civitavecchia, which was "dressed" with light for the occasion. The event, designed and organized by Franco Ciambella and Giulio Castello from the cultural and artistic Association "Il Mosaico", was introduced by the solo of the dancer Veronica Iengo choreographed by Emanuela Scicchitano.
Chiara Giallonardo elegant and shining as always hosted the evening, which consisted of a series of fashion, music and dance performances as well as charity.
The taking from the free donations were entirely donated to the Association As.S.pro.Ha., which has been working for over thirty years as a daily center for disabled people. This year, they have decided to share the takings with the towns affected by the earthquake, because solidarity is something that grows in the heart. At the end of the evening, €2,550.00 were raised.
The glamour of the dresses by Francesco Paolo Salerno opened the fashion show: every image in the head of the fashion designer becomes structure, cut, proportion, it envolves the ethereal woman, with modern influences, ilusions without borders, with some unmissable musts. The continuous trips of the artist around the world, that he defined emotional, complete the avant-guarde outline of the stylist. The fashion of the couturier was followed by the modelling of Letizia Pirisi and Andrea Modica. Then, Chiara Giallonardo interview Mattia Camboni, the young windsurf athlete who took part in the recent Olympic Games in Rio.
The internationality of “Frammenti” was due to the presence of the South American fashion-designer Martin Alvarez, who creates soft forms, asymetrical drapes an a blend of volumes made with natural fibers like silk, coton and wool, made in Italuy. Each dress was made specially for the model who was wearing it, to obtain unique and exclusive clothes, evoquing the higlight of their nature. The dresses have an ecosustainable tailoring system to help safeguard the environment.
Alice Paba, a both young and rising talent, performed four songs, including “Toxic”, which is becoming her forte. A relaxed atmosphere, a little magic, a little absent-minded: she performed the songs showing an amazing voice that captivated the over a thousand people of the public. Her performance was enhanced by Federica Fusco, Federica Barbieri and Pamela Capuro who danced choreographed by Francesca Feoli.
Franco Ciambella, the fashion designer of dreams, had models wear dresses symbol of a both delicious and malicious femininity. Construction counterposes destabilization, caracterized by a rigid silhouette, with minimal cuts and shapes, with decorative pieces of rich romanticism built in dream weaves embroidered with cristal, lace and 3D petals sometimes soft, sometimes so realistic they seemed real.
Mariarita Colucci, president of As.S.pro.Ha, was very moved and thanked everybody for the constant support that the association has received. As we said, the association has compromised to share the takings with the people who suffered the earthquake. The event has been possible only thanks to the vital contribution of Foundation Ca.Ri.Civ., other sponsors and many volunteers.
Congratulations to the organisers for such a succesful event. We expect you next year at the 18th edition!