Hi! We are very, very excited. Let's say, first of all that today, to work in fashion is not that easy. If you have a niche brand, or a series of brands, to be on the international market... is quite tough. Cause majority of people now is looking for big brand names, as they can invest huge amounts of money in advertising, branding, marketing, and so, they are able to influence the whole market. However, we belive in something: we belive in what we do, and in creating relations with people like us, sharing the passion, the leve for our artistic work.
As fashion - if it's done with an authentic method, is a form of art. So, we are now starting a series of collaborations with fantastic people, with whom we share this same vision.
Saul is a very nice person and an expert international artist. We met once in the beautiful seaside of Tuscany, and when he showed to me and Giacomo his work, we were immediately excited, as we truly loved it at first sight. That's when it all started. After this first meeting we decided to work on a project: the creation of a capsule collection of scarves, printing a selection of artworks Saul realized aroung the theme of fashion.
Saul Zanolari was born on September 18th 1977 in Mendrisio – Switzerland. Since he was a child he has been intrigued by art and its forms of expression, above all painting.
He’s always been convinced that everything can be said and denied. What really makes the difference is the way to present something, its aesthetic aspect.
However, he’s always been more attracted by the content than by the surface of things.
That’s why he’s never attended a school of art but he graduated in Philosophy in 2004, specifically in History of Classic Rhetoric.
He switched his interest from traditional painting to digital painting in 2005.
In the same year he started to exhibit his works in galleries all around the world.
Saul Zanolari reinvents celebrities and pop icons to investigate the growth of human being. One of his latest project is a digital fresco about the Sistine Chapel – an accurate reproduction of Michelangelo’s painting but without religious and censorious aspects towards nudity, where Adam and Eve show their animal nature.
We love Sauls work, and we launched this series of digitally printed scarves featuring his wonderful artoworks: Diane Pernet, Anna Wintour, Naomi Campbell, Marc Jacobs, reinvented.
To know more about Saul: https://saulzanolari.com/