Synthesis between an exploration of characters and mythological allegory lies in the heart of MAQUINN Spring-Summer 2021 collection. The culmination of an artistic exploration that embraces cultural integration, hybridisation & graceful fluidity, and female form. MAQUINN illustrated reminiscent of humanity’s identity into an array of Haute Couture creators unveilled amongst the Neo-Reinassance architecture of the Palazzo Emilio Turati.
Meant to evoke the fusing of humanity with mythology, MAQUINN reveals anamorphic cadences resembling images of cupids & baroque movements that was brought to life. It come festooned with three-dimentional embroidery, gold beading and white carvings. A paragon of exquisite and refined artistry of the maison unceasingly seen within the impeccable artisanship.
The divergent forms of Renaissance architecture in parts of Europe, peculiarly in Italy, has added to the difficulty of defining Neo-Renaissance architecture. A colossal historic building in the heart of Milan: under the broad designation Neo-Renaissance architecture , Palazzo Turati was built in the eighteen-century by the engineers Ponti and Bordoli on behalf of Count Francesco Turati. Under the commission of della Camera Commercio Di Milano, architect Paolo Mezzanotte renovated the Palazzo in 1929-1931. Palazzo Turati retained its appearance and structure until the Second World War when the bombings of August 1943 damaged the internal structure which initially had colonnaded courtyard typical of the Milanese tradition, was thoroughly remodeled.