ANGELO X A.N.G.E.L.O.
Vintage not only as a choice of style, but also as a safeguard of the environment. Giving a second life to clothes, putting them back to life, to make them keep living in different environments with new potentials: these are the purposes of Fabbrica Vintage, A.N.G.E.L.O. and the simultaneous Mostrascambio Fair of Gambettola on stage in the same days.
Also for this edition, A.N.G.E.L.O. , promoter of the event with Angelo Grassi, will be present with a sale space with a selection of precious pieces from its Vintage Palace: only researched, original and high quality vintage pieces in the perspective of "responsible recycling".
On big request HAPPY KILO , the temporary store where the garments are sold by weight with charming vintage scales at the special price of 15€ for kilo, comes back ( in the square outside).
Fabbrica Vintage arrives at its sixth edition in the picturesque setting of the Factory, the former cement works recovered by Angelo Grassi and transformed into a multi-purpose center. Here will be present Angelo Grassi himself with his pieces of furniture made of recycled materials.
Three events united by the same basic idea for a weekend dedicated to the rebirth of garments, objects and pieces apparently unused that can live again thanks to the passion of who chose them.
A.N.G.E.L.O. DENIM TEMPORARY STORE AT MCARTHUR GLEN DESIGNER OUTLET LUXEMBOURG
From the 30th August until the 14th September, A.N.G.E.L.O., host of the Luxembourg McArthur Glen Designer Outlet, will propose, in a temporary shop, an incredible vintage collection of denim garments combined with the exclusive exhibition curated by A.N.G.E.L.O. fashion archive "Jeans History", an exhibition dedicated to the Denim, the garment that has most influenced our time.
A selection of 22 pieces coming from the rich denim collection of the A.N.G.E.L.O. Fashion Archive discloses the steps of the history of Jeans related to the change in the Fashion and Costume history.
In the exhibition, the story of jeans comes to life through its major American manufacturer: Levi Strauss & Co., H.D. Lee Inc. e Blue Bell/Wrangler. On display are some of the historical items of the three brands: from the early Jeans Wrangler producted from 1947 to 1948 with "double arched" stitching to those with W stitching and internal reinforcement produced from 1948 to 1964; from the Levi's 201 XX then called 501 XX produced from 1922 to 1937 to the Jeans Levi's 501 XX produced from 1937 to 1941; from the Lee dungarees Bib Overall produced from the 1926 onwards to the Lady Levi's 701, the first western jeans designed for the woman producted since 1938.