domingo, 20 de julio de 2014

TALLERES FLORBIBAS- AGOSTO



Querés saber que se usa ésta y  la próxima  temporada,  y  qué es para vos?
Tenés ropa que no sabés combinar?
Tenés tu cosmetiquero lleno de makeup, que no sabés usar?

Relooking day es un taller express de  imagen personal.
Es un encuentro  super práctico y dinámico para   disfrutar con tu propio grupo o con gente nueva.
Se podrá practicar desde  técnicas de maquillaje,  probarte aquella ropa que tengas dudas, y hasta  intercambiar con tus amigas ese vestido que ya no usás.  
 Florbibas te aportará  opciones de  marcas nuevas,  y  accesorios para probarte que podrás  comprar en ese momento.

Tambien  habrá libros y revistas de moda para ver juntas.

DURACION: hasta cinco horas. 10 a 15 hs
Lugar: Estudio Florbibas Colegiales Capital Federal
Cantidad de participantes: Minimo 2  maximo  4

Las esperamos para divertirnos y vernos mejor !!




INFORMACION 
cursos@florenciabibas.com.ar


lunes, 7 de julio de 2014

HIGHLIGHT: ZAC POSEN ON CHARLES JAMES - MET NY -PART II



This year’s MET Costume Exhibition  is an ode to American designers, featuring one of America’s most notorious courtiers, Charles James. James’ pieces are known for their innovative cuts and architectural structures. The gowns and suits in James’ collections have very distinctive and three-dimensional shapes, which created looks that serve both as modern and timeless. 

The MET’s exhibit offers an extremely creative and modern experience, which correlates to James’ innovative style. Every gown in the first room of the exhibit (with the exception of the muslin versions) has it’s own computer screen below, which shows a graphic, three-dimensional version of the dress that comes apart before your eyes, revealing the patterns and cuts he used to piece it together. While the computer flips through it’s slides, a projector, set up at the front of every gown, slides up and down and projects measurements, angles, and other geometric figures onto the dress with a bright white light. Indeed, this technology offers an extremely thorough and new way to experience fashion, scientifically.

At the MET’s last “Sunday at the MET” talk, they invited the notable and very current American designer, Zac Posen, to speak about James’ pieces and aesthetics. Zac Posen, in fact, is most renowned for his ingenious gowns as well, being a  “James” of his time. 

Posen opened the lecture discussing his interest with James’ ability to present fashions that had both anatomical cuts and a glamorous air about them. Posen expressed that James had the ability to manipulate fabric in such a way where he could hide construction underneath façade. Posen noted that James’ fashions were all based on the straight and curved lines along the body, creating a very technical and beautiful look. He  calls this “emotional engineering,” and said that James’ used this method to create and design most of his work.

Zac also remarked that James’ gowns made women feel empowered, and compared his relationship with the notorious Dita Von Teese to that of Charles James and Gypsy Rose Lee.

 Both him and James have created erotic and confident gowns and clothing for these women, bringing inner expression to the outside. Posen noted that it’s all about how a woman feels when she’s wearing the clothing.


The talk ended on an extremely interesting note, where Posen addressed the relationship of art and science in fashion and in James’ work. “I believe art and science are symbiotic,” Posen noted. Both technical and glamorous, Charles James’ ingenious dresses and designs are the epitome of art and science, the lecture concluded. 


Mr Posen exploring Charles James work. 


Construction: the key of Charles James work


Dita Von Teese wearing a Zac Posen gown next to one of Mr. James'




by Alanna Martine for FLORBIBAS
images by Alanna

sábado, 5 de julio de 2014

TALLERES Y CURSOS: REDACCION PERIODISTICA - POR ANDREA DEL RIO -




CONTENIDO:  
por @andrea_del_rio

  • Seminario intensivo, teórico-práctico pensado para potenciar el  estilo de redacción y edición de contenidos periodísticos con foco en tendencias (moda, belleza, personajes, productos, y eventos). 
  • Destinado a quienes necesiten comunicar su mirada y/o marca, con valor agregado y diferencial, en medios periodísticos, blogs o redes sociales
        Forma de Trabajo:
  • A traves de análisis de casos (revistas femeninas, suplementos de moda, sitios web de referencia en la Argentina y del mundo) y producción de textos (mini reportaje, cobertura de evento, reseña de lanzamiento, crónica de tendencias).
Andrea del Rio es licenciada en Periodismo por la Universidad del Salvador, con especialización en Gestión de Producción Editorial por la Fundación Gutenberg.

 Desde 2003, es editora periodística de Clase Ejecutiva, revista de  'lifestyle' publicada por un diario de cobertura nacional en la Argentina (El Cronista Comercial).

Su portfolio actualizado está disponible en issuu.com/andrea_del_rio/docs

MAS DATOS: 
Inicio: JUEVES 7 DE AGOSTO
Duracion: 4 encuentros, 1 vez por semana, 2 hs. cada uno
Cupos limitados
Lugar: Estudio FLORBIBAS, La Algodonera, Palermo, Capital Federal
Forma de inscripcion: se recibirán reservas para los lugares para luego cancelar el taller en el primer
encuentro
Se entrega un certificado de asistencia. 


Consultas e inscripción: cursos@florenciabibas.com.ar