by Abdon FLORES
Last October, Russian model Inna Zobova launched with her partner and fellow Bruno Aveillan a new scarf and luxury accesories label called Innangelo. The first collection consisted of fourteen scarves, two sarongs and four plissés, all of them conceived and designed by Inna. The production of the pieces, which are limited editions, was achieved in the prestigious House of Ratti workshops in Italy.
Defined by their creators as a “silk gallery”, Innangelo motives and designs remind the fractalic world which has already been depicted in textile prints of some prêt-à-porter collections. Nonetheless, the quality of the work and materials have produced pieces of noticeable beauty.
Renowned modern artists like Richard Texier and Mircea Cantor have designed some pieces for the brand which is committed to raise funds for children with heart diseases. All the pieces are currently at sale in Bergdorf Goodman (NYC) and Colette (Paris) where the launch of the brand took place during the International Art Fair in Paris.
More info: www.innangelo.com