“1957-Riviera dei fiori” was born from the idea of ​​a hypothetical holiday taken at the end of the fifties on the coast of the Western Ligurian Riviera.
A man, delving into the beaches, environments and colors of the Riviera dei Fiori, represents its shapes using a spirograph, an instrument invented at the end of the 1950s and used to produce curved drawings called hypotrocides and epicycloids.
The result is a complete reinterpretation of the forms of the typical flora of the locality.
The shapes born from this experiment were then used to create allover prints for the Gassa d’Amante costumes.
The outfits and items instead take classic 50s shapes and lines with an eye to today’s trends.