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Ema-Bia and Jenny Monteiro: female protagonists for the Harmonica event – 2019 collection and Fall Winter 2019/20 collection

by Gaia Schiavetti
While we follow for you the latest events of  Paris Fashion Week we now begin to publish some news related to fashion shows and presentations we took part at during Milan Fashion Week.

Today I want to talk to you about an event that has seen two brands as protagonists, one for the bags and accessories sector and the other for clothing.

Ema-Bia and Jenny Monteiro showed their creations to a public of journalists, bloggers, influencers and buyers attending the Harmonica event, a mix between presentation and fashion show.

Ema-Bia, a brand born from the creativity of Emanuela Bianchi, is a luxury bags and accessories brand in 100% Made in Italy silk that stands out for the eclecticity of the prints and colors that the designer chooses for her models.

A stylistic but also practical research:  Ema-Bia silk bags want to be beautiful, unique, inimitable but also practical and comfortable, in short, an intelligent purchase!EMA-BIA SilkyKit 22                                                EMA-BIA SilkyKit 22
On the occasion of Harmonica, Ema-Bia presented two new models including Silky24 with removable chain shoulder strap and a silk band that, once removed the chain, transforms the handbag into an elegant clutch bag: from day to night. Silky Wallet is instead a practical wallet that thanks to the silk band becomes in a second a practical clutch for the unexpected party!

Jenny Monteiro delighted the guests with mini fashion shows during the presentation allowing the audience to observe the Fall Winter 2019/2020 collection up close.

Jenny Monteiro looks for a compromise between beauty and the body of women and their vision of themselves. From here “Harmonica”, a collection that gives its name to the event and to a whole philosophy that inspired the designer.Jenny Monteriro                                                                            Jenny Monteriro
A word that refers to blues and folk music but also to Italian cinema, a soft and light musical instrument that the designer associates with soft, luxurious clothes that give “security and harmony”. This is how silk and tulle walk alongside double wool crepe, bouclé and wool jersey.

Suits jacket and trousers are embellished with pleated silk shirts, femininity is the waist of coats with raglan sleeves marked by sashes. A variety of colors also includes a very intense and seductive violet that gives energy and determination.

The event, accompanied by music, photographs and bubbles reminded the public how fashion can renew itself and give space to eclectic talents to be discovered.

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