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Alicudi wins the C-IDEA Design Award!

Alicudi wins the C-IDEA Design Award! it has been modified: 2022-11-12 di Luca Iesu

Alicudi, a two-tone natural silk sarong produced by Aliantedizioni, won the C-IDEA Design Award, one of the most selective design awards awarded in Australia. After a complex selection procedure that involved 2860 projects from 50 countries around the world, the jury made up of 44 members of 25 nationalities assigned Alicudi
the C-IDEA Best Design Award in Each Category 2021.

The C-IDEA Design Award aims to select and promote visionary talents in a wide range of categories ranging from communication design to industrial design, from interior design to fashion design, and aims to recognize the social value of excellent projects that demonstrate foresight and responsibility in contributing to the development of the design industry.
This is the link to consult the competition results:

Alicudi is a wide two-tone veil that plays with the wind and with the movement of the wearer. A sarong made of semi-transparent natural silk chiffon whose simple configuration allows you to freely choose how to distribute the two tones on the body by changing the perception of oneself. Available in two sizes, square and maxi, thanks to a central opening it can be worn up to veil the bust (square) or the full figure (maxi).
Alicudi's project was also born with the intention of restoring interest to the silk production sector of the Como district, particularly affected by the effects of the pandemic crisis.
Designed by Alessandro Loschiavo in collaboration with Luca Fantuzi, it was premiered in Milan in September 2021 on the occasion of Milan Design Week and has already received the New York Product Design Award 2021 for the Fashion and Lifestyle category.
Photo by Samantha Acciuffi.

On this occasion Aliantedizioni presents a new video starring the model Ifeuna Castaldo and AlicudiSarong among the towers of the new Milan. The bright colors and the lightness of silk become an irreverent element of contrast in the cold context of contemporary architecture.
Video editing: Giulia Lanzafame.

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