Maker Faire Rome 2023


ACTA is an Eco-sustainable Collection, inspired by Etruscan history, in a contemporary and genderless vision. This collection is made with the use of eco-sustainable, recycled and stock fabrics and t is also embellished with traditional hand embroideries and uses a technological processing through 3D printing. ACTA differs in inclusiveness: it abolishes the difference in size, and looks with care and attensions towards genres: genderfluid, manwear, womanwear. All garments are made to measure and in limited editions. CLO3D, Artificial Intelligence, 3D Printing take place in each phases of the creative process.
ACTA - Maker Faire

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Beatrice Bocci

Beatrice Bocci is a professor of Drawing and Art History, Clothing Pattern Maker, Fashion Designer and Fashion Designer, Graduated in Architectural Design. In 2020 she began a close collaboration with Gattinoni, working as an Art Director Assistant on numerous projects such as "Robotizzati, Esperimenti di Moda", curated by Stefano Dominella and "B-Jesus", conceived by Guillermo Mariotto, promoted from Rome Capital and the Lazio Region. She won 4 contests for emerging talents promoted by TFP Talents between 2020 and 2021, with the "Baroque 'n Rock" and "Trasparent Eco-sustainability" Capsule Collections. She also took part in Altaroma in 2021 and her futuristic DomWi dress was published by Vogue Talents Italia. In 2022 she won the first prize in the fashion category of the MArteLive biennial with the "Evolution" Capsule Collection.

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