Celebrating the new wave of Italian creativity, this November The House of Peroni features experiential installations from three up-and-coming fashion designers. We meet the young creatives showcasing their work…
Hesitating between studies in maths or fashion, eventually Simone Rainer made the move to Milan to master the art of tailoring. However, his predilection for geometry and ‘the mathematical force of perfection’ is evident in the precision of Rainer’s bags and fine leather goods. Launching his label in 2011, today Rainer’s unique accessories are available to buy at some of the world’s coolest etailers and concept stores.
Fabio Quaranta‘s love of style stems from his days running a fashion boutique in Rome, stocking avant garde brands including Comme de Garcons and Dries Van Noten. Initially specialising in menswear (to much acclaim at Pitti Uomo), July 2013 saw Quaranta show his first womenswear collection at AltaRoma AltaModa in Rome. Quaranta is inspired by traditional tailoring and ethical craftsmanship, sourcing fabrics from a mill employing age-old manufacturing techniques.
Born and raised in Vienna, Arthur Arbesser moved to London to study at Central Saint Martin’s College (where else?) before working for Giorgio Armani in Milan. Seven years later, he felt it was time to launch his own brand, carrying off the prestigious Who Is On Next prize, awarded by Vogue Italia. Arbesser’s aesthestic is defined by elegance and simplicity, with an understated masculine-meets-feminine edge to his collections.
For more information on the designers featured, see The House of Peroni website.