Name

Luigi Carlo

About

Luigi Carlo Fashion Designer

Luigi Carlo was born in Italy, and he has always had an interest in the various forms and expressions of art. He began drawing at the age of 10. Luigi studied art and design at school, and he has continued to study and explore fashion, always experimenting novel designs and approaches to create outfits that complement and enhance the beauty of the body.

Luigi has developed his personal style, and his designs are created for individual who seek exclusivity, originality and vibrancy in their outfits. He is a fashion innovator and in his cutting-edge designs, Luigi communicates in an artistic manner the beauty of the human figure, using his ability to enhance and emphasise the body’s contour in a creative fashion setting.

Luigi has gained international experience both in England and Italy, which enables him to create exceptional and exquisite fashion designs and avant-garde fashion dresses, with elegance and aesthetics for universal glamour

Freelance Fashion Design

Luigi is also available to create fashion designs including collections for men, women and bridal, for fashion manufacturers and designers as well as for tailors. Luigi Carlo prepares the drawings of the garments to be produced, indicating the colors and fabrics.

Fashion Designs

The fashion designs that Luigi Carlo creates include prêt-à-porter and haute couture for women and men collections. Luigi’s unique style and forms reveal the exquisite clothes’ architecture. His garments gently embrace the silhouette, emphasising and enhancing the curves of the body. He is an accomplished artist and his specialty comes from his mastery of fashion design with shapes and colours of garments that harmonise well.

Luigi combines the classical and the modern of fashion design, creating forms and volumes elaborate yet so delicate and beautiful. The dress lines mould onto the body creating unique volumes like body art. The traditional evolves into contemporary with flair for elegance and grace. Experimental cuts with highly stylised twists that catch the eyes with glamour.

His design philosophy of creating garments “one of a kind” will definitely capture the attention of those who want to stand out from the crowd and feel really unique.

Bespoke Fashion Design

Luigi Carlo bespoke fashion design is exclusively offered to people who wish to have one of a kind outfit. Luigi bespoke design is for individuals who value high-impact fashion, uniqueness and exclusivity.
Wearing a gorgeous outfit designed specifically for you, makes you sparkle with your own gleam, and you will stand out from the crowd, which is both a fulfilling and satisfying experience.
For further information about Luigi Carlo fashion designs and collections, and if you would like to commission a bespoke, elegant, and refined fashion design that gently embrace your physique creating a sparkle of universal glamour, please contact the designer: luigifashiondesign@yahoo.co.uk

Art in Fashion 

Luigi Carlo fashion design artworks are available to buy here. The fashion illustrations appeal to collectors, as well as to people with different backgrounds, as a form of art in their own right. Fashion art is a timeless treat, and you can view Luigi’s fashion illustrations in the Women and Men Fashion Galleries. The fashion artworks are available to buy in different sizes, please email the designer for further information.     

Italian

Luigi Carlo stilista della moda

Luigi Carlo e’ nato in Italia e da sempre ha nutrito una passione per varie forme ed espressioni di arte. Luigi ha iniziato a disegnare all’eta’ di dieci anni, ed ha cosenguito studi nel campo artistico e moda. Spinto dalla sua passione, Luigi ha continuato a studiare ed esplorare l’arte e la moda, sperimentando sempre nuovi approcci ed interpretazioni nel creare disegni di abiti che complimentano ed esaltano la bellezza del corpo.

Il design di moda che Luigi crea include l'haute couture ed il prêt-à-porter, per collezioni donna ed uomo. Luigi ha sviluppato il suo stile personale, ed i suoi disegni sono creati per coloro i quali sona alla ricerca di esclusività, originalità e vitalità nei loro abiti.

Luigi abbina il classico ed il moderno del design di moda, creando forme e volumi elaborati ed al contempo delicati e bellissimi. Le linee del vestito si fondono alle curve del corpo creando un unico volume. Il tradizionale si evolve nel contemporaneo con un tocco di eleganza e grazia. Tagli sperimentali altamente stilizzati e fini che catturano l’attenzione con classe.

Innovatore della moda, nelle sue creazioni di avanguardia, Luigi comunica in un modo artistico la bellezza della figura umana, esaltando le linee del corpo in un contesto di moda creativo ed estroverso. Luigi ha esperienza internazionale in Inghilterra ed Italia, che gli consente di creare collezioni di moda eccezionali e distinte.

Luigi Carlo crea disegni di alta moda su ordinazione. E’ un design concepito per coloro i quali vogliono avere un vestito ad esemplare unico, altamente personalizzato ed esclusivo.

Contattaci per ulteriori informazioni sulle creazioni di Luigi Carlo, e se desideri ordinare un abito personalizzato, elegante e raffinato, che dolcemente abbraccia il tuo corpo creando un tocco di fascino e stupore.

Freelance Designer

Luigi Carlo presta collaborazioni per studi stilistici, per aziende produttrici di capi d’abbigliamento, e per sartorie. Luigi Carlo prepara i disegni dei capi da realizzare, indicando i colori ed i tessuti. Luigi Carlo crea, imposta e indirizza lo stile di collezioni e linee di capi.

Fashion history 

Fashion in the 1980s 

The 1980s was a decade characterized by a variety of fashion looks that ran parallel to each other, and women of this period began to feel that they really could choose from one of the various contrasting looks available. 

Fashion in the 1980s was bold and glitzy, everything was bigger, and one of the most powerful features over this decade were a tailored style, and the shoulders pads worn by both men and women to give a wide shoulder look. Throughout the 1980s, the emphasis on flashy, expensive dressing extended to fashion accessories. It was hard to go anywhere without at least a jacket, but preferably a complete suit. The opulent jewellery and accessories were intended to tell the rest of the world you had arrived. Fashion in the 1980s was influenced by several movements, including media influence through the popularity of TV dramas and their costumes, which brought fashion into real everyday eighties life. Lavish costume and jewellery were used on the show and it drifted into mainstream fashion. Rather big gilt fashion earrings several centimetres across drew attention to faces. Stiff, sharply-cut suits were popular with businessmen and women. Power suits were designed to make the wearer look successful and authoritative. Women expressed an image of wealth and success through shiny costume and jewellery, like large faux-gold earrings, pearl necklaces and clothing covered with sequins and diamantes. Buttons, belts, bags and shoes were also often metallic and showy.

Influential fashion designer of the 1980s

During the 1980s Ralph Lauren, after receiving worldwide publicity through his costume design in the movie The Great Gatsby, opened his New York flagship store, and his polo shirts became very popular. In the same decade Christian Lacroix was awarded the first De d’Or for Most Influential Foreign Designer in the World, and the signature jeans by Calvin Klein took over a generation. The ’80s saw power dressing for women become popular and Donna Karan was amongst the designers who contributed to this. During this era Gianni Versace created collections technically crafted and designed to show off the female figure, and he became internationally known. Versace also collaborated with world famous photographers, and designed costumes for operas by Richard Strauss. Bruce Oldfield became famous for dressing the Princess of Wales, and turned his name into legendary status. He later went onto design for the actress Joan Collins, and also became known for designing wedding dresses for international celebrities.

Fashion in the 1990s

In the 1990s was available a huge range of fashion goods. The main thrust of fashion was the striving to achieve individuality, people wanted to develop specific styles to express their personality. Fashion proliferated as fast as it could be relayed by the media and Internet and the rapid dissemination of information, while a more relaxed attitude to clothes has led to a certain inevitable uniformity in cities thousands of miles apartIn the 1990s the lavish dresses and accessories became more sober. The silhouette became neater, often without the big shoulder pads that characterized the 80s. The 90's fashion clothing was also about short jackets that hugged the body. Trousers and cargos created a stir and formed an integral part of the varied 1990s fashion trends. Men opted for the baggy look, while women began wearing trousers that were straight legged or flared with strapped tops. This was particularly evident in 1998. Along with the cargo pants, the Capri pants also came to be used extensively. Leather remained on the fashion scenario in the 90's, and fashion garments also included plenty imitation leather pieces. Girls opted for halter designs and chic leather jackets, paired with mini skirts and high heels. Even though the women fashion wardrobe was characterized by a large variety of dresses, nonetheless, the petticoat dress was the design that caught the fancy of many women. These dresses were made of extremely soft material, had cowl necks and were very feminine in their overall look.

The 1990s represented a period of fun, with vast range of wardrobe styles. People outfits ranged from silk walking shorts to bike leathers to layered minidresses to stretch-velvet jumpsuits. During this era were introduced innovative styles that could be sold at affordable prices for the average person. 

Influential fashion designer of the 1990s

Many designer changes happened during the 1990’s. The Italian fashion designer Gianni Versace launched his couture line in 1990, and a year later, Anna Sui showed her first collection. In 1992, Russell Simmons launched Phat Farm Fashions. Oscar De La Renta, in 1993, became the first American designer to head a Paris couture house at Pierre Balmain, while Calvin Klein was announced the Women and Menswear Designer of the Year. In 1995, the French couture house Givenchy appointed John Galliano as head designer, and Tom Ford was appointed as the creative director by the Gucci group. In 1997 John Galliano left Givenchy for Dior. Subsequently, the French house Givenchy appointed Alexander McQueen as the head designer. In the same year Stella McCartney became the head designer at Chloe, Marc Jacobs became the designer for Louis Vuitton, and Martin Margiela became head designer for Hermes. 

Fashion in the 2000s

In the 2000s are the trends saw the fusion of previous styles, global and ethnic clothing, as well as the fashions of numerous music-based subcultures. Despite the numerous and mixed fashion trends of the 2000s, items of clothing which were popular throughout the decade include Ugg boots, High-tops, and skinny jeans. The fashion trends of the 1990s continued in the early 2000s. While, the mid-late 2000s fashion trends were inspired by vintage clothing styles from the 1940s, 1950s, 1960s and 1980s.

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