By Lígia Carvalho Abreu (2015)

The Women of Stella Jean. Illustration  by Catarina Pinto and Lígia Carvalho Abreu. Source of Inspiration: Woman I is wearing: Skirt and T-shirt from the 2015 Spring/Summer RTW Collection and hat from the 2013 Spring/Summer RTW Collection designed by Stella Jean. Woman II is wearing: White Blouse from the 2015 Spring/Summer RTW Collection and Aqua Mikado Skirt with Hand Painted and sequined Zebras from the 2014 Spring/Summer RTW Collection designed by Stella Jean. Woman III is wearing: Skirt, blouse, belt and wool jacket from the 2014/2015 Fall RTW Collection designed by Stella Jean.   

 

Please note: The editorial Fashion Law- WFMFR periodically renews its articles, which means that older articles are no longer available for online consultation. However, it is possible to consult these articles in pdf and paper format. This article, written in 2015 by Lígia Carvalho Abreu, is no longer available online from June 2017. To consult this article, in Portuguese or English, in pdf or paper format please contact the author by email at: info@fashionmeetsrights.com

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Stella Jean is a Haitian-Italian fashion designer based in Rome. Her work embraces the possibility of a peaceful coexistence between opposite worlds: Southern Europe/ the Caribbean/ Africa and all the other cultures and traditions that can fit into the story book that she creates for each season. Stella Jean’s luxury patterns, colours and shapes represent both the beauty of cultural diversity and the possibility of fair business, in which work from artisans is dignified. Influenced by the literary work of Luigi Pirandello, the designer is committed to a journey of discovery through authentic and plural identities. The article “Stella Jean: Spreading Cultural Diversity and Respect for Human Dignity” aims to analyse how this cultural diversity and the empowerment of artisans from around the world, in particular women from developing countries, are expressed in the work of the designer, thus contributing towards the protection of human dignity.

Soon will have, online, new articles about Stella Jean. For more information about the designer: http://www.stellajean.it/

 

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Em breve teremos novos artigos sobre Stella Jean.