December 21, 2011
Christmas shows us how selfish we are when we ask for presents. We mostly ask for everything possible on Earth; I put here, on the blog, my two whislists-yes, not one but two; I'm such a badass-hoping you will add some of the items I selected to your owns.
However, now I've fund what I really want for Christmas. It is not "you"-Damn it, Mariah Carey-, neither something materialistic, neither New Year's Day-as the Hurts' song suggests- and neither a trip to some exotic place. The only thing I want for Christmas is living an Italian-style film, like the one Mariano Vivanco tried to show on his latest work for Dolce&Gabbana's Menswear SS 2012 campaign.
This campaign is called "Italian Cinema" as it is an imaginative film interpreted by Italian actors like Giuseppe Fiorello and Chiara Francini, focused on fragments of spontaneous facts of the real -Italian, of course-way of living; this campaign is all about showing a deeper view of Dolce&Gabbana's values -tradition, love, passion, the ability to capture the modernity of the past to render it contemporary-in which, actually, I see resemblances from the stories my mother used to tell me about how was growing up in Italy.
If no one is going to offer me an opportunity to become a star of my own "Italian film", I think I'd just print the pictures and put it on my next season's mood board. I'm really curious, by the way, about the Womenswear campaign..those vegetables prints are amazing!