Wait!, always looking for interesting emerging fashion talents, had the pleasure to take a look at Martina Castellani’s first collection. It struck us so much that we decided to show you a preview. As it happened in the past, we hope we have discovered a young talented designer able to establish herself in the future.
MARTINA CASTELLANI: SHORT DESIGNER’S HISTORY
Martina Castellani was born in 1987 in Tuscany. Since her childhood she showed a great passion for fashion so she decided to study as modeller and dressmaker in Florence. When she was a teenager she wanted to feel unique and to distinguish herself from the masses so she started drawing and making her own clothes.
Martina began her working career early as modeller for important luxury companies specialzed in made in Italy manufacturings. She worked first for the company that produces Prada’s manifactures and then for Drome and Neil Barrett.
An important step for Martina’s career is her transfer to Rimini, where she became the reference modeller for Minimarket’s urbanwear collections.
In 2016 the designer moved to Milan to collaborate as freelancer with important fashion business and companies. Thanks to these collaborations Martina began to dream about the creation of her own brand with her name.
THE BRAND AND THE FIRST COLLECTION
Martina creates strong garments able to make every woman who wear those feeling very feminine and attractive, beyond peculiar phisicalities and far from temporary trends.
The aim is to soar the feminine figure with a construction that develops through prominent shoulders and narrow waists.
The fabrics research is fundamental for Martina’s work: she chooses eccentric fabrics and others more basic worked in order to create unique patterns.
The collection is tought for brave women, with no fear to dare and who want to feel special wearing a unique garment.
Here you can find a preview from SS 18 Collection.
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