FashionCamp 2011: i workshop da non perdere
An event not to be missed for those who love fashion 360 °: FashionCamp is an annual event, an event which serves as thread between mainstream fashion, independent fashion bloggers.
A place where brands can communicate freely with users, where bloggers and fans are spokeswoman for trends and opinions, where there is room for newcomers, proposals, respect and constructive criticism.
Godmother of FashionCamp 2011 (Milan, Space A former Ansaldo, Via Tortona 54, Milan) sarà la stylist Carla Gozzi, presenter of the program "But how you dress?” su Real Time (free DTT channel 31, Sky canali 126 and 127, Tivù Sat canale 31).
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L’evento, to be held on 10 and 11 June, will alternate a wide calendar of events not to be missed! If you are true fans of fashion, this is the perfect opportunity to understand the mechanisms, get in touch with the professionals, but more especially to the great protagonists!
There will be conferences and meetings that you will find in detail the site of the event, and workshops not to be missed as the Workshop Kodak – Online videofashion journalism, which starts from a base of technical knowledge on the characteristics of online video editing up to the scheme, to be followed by a practical phase where participants will experience some tricks and tricks with your camera (The Kodak Playfull omaggiata of) durane the event. The material will then be edited and uploaded on the channel YouTube and on the website of FashionCamp.
And more, among others, the Workshop Alienina – Creating jewelry with recycled materials,Workshop Organized by Mnmur – Where is my tyre? How to reuse an old inner tube e il Workshop in Social Media Marketing organized by Ninja Academy and Viralbeat.
Not to be missed will be an, presented by ART-Sharing, where they will be made available to participants paper and other materials useful (buttons, scraps of fabric, cannucce, strings, glue, scissors, scotch ecc.) to create the perfect outfit for their identity, thus triggering a personal reflection on what it is and how fashion could put "at the service" of the self.
The dress can be made in real size or miniature, or may be designed or created with the technique of collage. Once finished your job will take a picture to the participant, combined with the dress that has made. The picture of the person and gown will create a work of art related to the concept of identity.
But it does not end here. To learn about other initiatives FashionCamp 2011 do not miss the second part of this article,presto on line!