Chimica romantica - 1 - Stefano Russo

Chimica romantica - 1

by Celeste Pisenti and Stefano Russo

The designer Stefano Russo and Celeste Pisenti meet in May 2013 at the Planetarium of Milan during "The origin of Universe” lecture by Gabriele Gionti.
They speak the same language, share the love for research, experimentation, nature and evolution.
They understand the sense of Quality and Beauty through a cultural route between science and philosophy, history and future.
For that reason they decide to leave together for a trip, penetrating in the labyrinths of the chemical process that reveals the attraction between people or things.
That same “Romantic Chemistry” that has approached the career paths of Celeste Pisenti to fashion and Stefano Russo to the design, since both of them are inspired by the infinite desire of knowledge, without which man would not have sense to exist, dress, live, feed.
The fruit of this work are Costumes and Design Tools realted through photographs and videos set in the most suggestive palaces and gardens of Milan.








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