Roberto Guarducci is a haute couture designer known for his creative talent and style. He has had the opportunity to collaborate professionally with great fashion artists such as Karl Lagerfeld in the Maison Fendi and the great costume designer Piero Tosi. He has dressed the most famous top models in the world, such as Naomi Campbell, Monica Bellucci, Linda Evangelista, Christie Turlington, Clarissa Burt, Claire Atkinson, Inès de La Fressange, Dalma Callado, Yasmine Gaudi, Lee Skelton, Iman, Mounia, and many others.
In 1989 he was also involved as a costume designer in the realization of the clothes in the film "L'amico Arabo" by director Carmine Fornari, which featured Luca Barbareschi among the leading actors. "L'amico Arabo" was filmed extensively in the major cities of Tunisia and the Sahara desert.
Roberto has received numerous accolades and awards for his creative art and successful career. Additionally, he holds a position as a professor of Fashion Design at the Academy of Fine Arts.
He has established himself as an artistic director for various events and fashion shows, including multiple editions of "The Matera Fashion Award" and "The Look of the Year."
Roberto Guarducci has demonstrated his creativity and expertise as the creator and artistic director behind the successful high fashion events "La Magia delle Muse" and "La Magia delle Sirene."
"The Magic of the Muses" has received "The Golden Muse" award for its outstanding contributions to fashion, journalism, cinema, culture, art, and entertainment, further distinguishing itself within the industry.
At the most recent "La Magia delle Muse" event, Roberto Guarducci unveiled a sophisticated collection entitled "ICONIC MUSE." This exhibit was inspired by the stunning and refined cinematic environments of the black-and-white sirens of the 1940s. The contrasting personas of these iconic divas consistently radiate remarkable visual and aesthetic elegance, making them an ideal source of inspiration for this genuinely refined and unforgettable collection.
This delicate yet visually impactful collection offers a gift to the wearer's figure by rediscovering the refinement of manual craftsmanship in both the details and overall design.
The fabrics chosen are soft and silky, with evanescent and doubled lace, illuminated by twinkling sequins and luminescence of Swarovski crystals, surrounded by swan feather boas in the two contrasting colors of black and white; dresses with delicate drapes and sophisticated pleated ruffles.
The only note of color is a shocking pink dress to complete the collection, in silk crepe and chiffon with duchesse and feather finishes in the same color.
PRESS OFFICE AND PUBLIC RELATION: SALVATORE LEONE
BEAUTE PARRUCCHIERI: MICHELE PALMISANO
ART DECO PARRUCCHIERI: FABIO SBLENDORIO
MAKE UP ARTISTS: ELISABETTA TANSELLA and PATRIZIA AMATULLI,
PHOTOGRAPHER: LUIGI D’ARCANGELO