GEDEBE @ FW2013/14 Collection

 Gedebe FW2013/14 collection is full of passion. Red plays this time a leading role due to a particular moment of his life. A Picasso deja-vu brings us to the red period of Giuseppe Della Badia. Elaborated in blood shades or darker ones the colour is applied for the first time on the precious creations of the brand. Clutches in matellassé, elegant evening bags, bangles, belts. The collection is based on carry over models proposed in fresh and joyful colours and on new clutches with innovatove proportions. News among materials, pony, in yellow. Gedebe warms up next winter with warm colours and a smile characterizing the Neapolitan origin of the brand.
The brand Gedebe was born in April 2010, it was created by Giuseppe Della Badia, a 28 years old guy of Neapolitan origins. A law degree in the closet, a strong passion for fashion in the heart, a gift in the hands: to handily embroider, by interweaving stones and crystals and by plaiting original combinations of materials, colours and textures. An experience in haute couture arises in him the will to create his own collection: he combines his ability and decorative creativity with the craftsmanship and tradition of Italian leather makers. He has given birth to unique creations: high leather wristbands hand-embroidered with stones and crystals, enriched with studs and silk bows. An original and sophisticated mix creating a maxi jewel “richly” minimal.
Launched by the scouting of Alberto Sermoneta, Giuseppe Della Badia is selected by Pitti Immagine among the new designers and he confirms all expectations at his very beginning, achieving resounding success with press and top buyers. A sophisticated and amazing mix, where strong elements like studs, merge with fine details, like natural stones and pearls. Twists, inlay works and embroideries create an oversize jewel, a richly minimal and absolutely contemporary object. Attention is all focused on details: in the choice of contrasting matches, in precise and symmetrical, playing with totally hand-made manufacturies.

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