Diario di un Lockdown. March 8, 2020 – August 31, 2021

The drawings in the book “DIARIO di un LOCKDOWN” by Stefano Chiassai become an exhibition.
In San Giovanni Valdarno, warm lights, classical music and candles in the beautiful San Giovanni Battista church created an intimate atmosphere to take in the over 50 drawings that were selected from the book to be part of this special exhibition.

Ritmoemotivo collab w/ Kiliwatch

Kiliwatch, temple of vintage in the centre of Paris was the perfect location for the RITMOEMOTIVO party during Première Vision A / W ’19-20. In the super-fashionable Rue Tiquetonne, Stefano and Corinna Chiassai, in a collaboration with Kiliwatch, presented a highly selected series of items from their store, installing them in concept looks that retraced the signature mood of RITMOEMOTIVO.

Ritmoemotivo in Paris

At the A / W ‘19-‘20 edition of Première Vision, fashion designers Stefano and Corinna Chiassai were invited as special guests and transformed the RITMOEMOTIVO book into a “walking installation” open to the public. 24 of the looks photographed for the second book of Stefano and Corinna have become a suspended staging inside a white cube.

Jacquarding – The cultural project

JACQUARDING continues the goal for which the CAOSORDINATO project was born, to make a creative anthology made up of pieces of men’s clothing and accessories collected around the world visible and available to a wider audience, with the aim of telling the story of fashion and its changes.

Bonotto Editions collab – The pop-up installation

The outfits in this installation represent an aesthetic universe at the base with only one rule: the creative process read and interpreted as a contamination between past and present, to give a new identity to the modern man’s wardrobe.

Pitti collab – The archive becomes alive

The idea of transforming the CAOSORDINATO project from a book to an exhibition presented at Pitti Immagine Filati came from the fashion designer Stefano Chiassai with a little push from Corinna. Together they worked on the styling of different outfits, choosing a creative code that ranges from eclectic to formal.

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