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Fila : Women's and Men's Autumn/Winter 2020/21 presentation in Milan (with interviews)

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Artistic director: antonio ingrasciotta and joseph graeselcollection: the first winter collection for fila who, for the occasion, chose to present in the form of a presentation and an immersive experience.a wardrobe that makes reference to a world of high mountains and skiing. the result is polar colours (white, steel blue) and protective and technical clothing, with many proposals of puffa jackets and quilted pieces. also note the patterns that reflect the graphics of mountains and the fila logo that is placed sparingly on the silhouettes which are also urban and not just for going down snowy slopes. interviews of antonio ingrasciotta & joseph graesel:the experience is special because it's the first time that we present the winter collection fila in milan. so we call it fila winter legends. the inspiration is about mountains or the surrounding about mountains, snow, ice. but we want to show and celebrate the winter legends that we have historically in fila. for the first time in winter we started from our archives and we put together the key elements.the starting point is like, for example, this is the jumpsuit, the replica for messner that we did of course, and done on a contemporary way and the interpretation is about the mountain, if you see here is like in color way or in black and white. the text what is inside all the different peaks that he was reaching in the mountains, escalating the mountain. so this is like a modern interpretation. this is a mader, the color blocking that he was wearing during the world cups.for us, it's very important to keep in mind that fila is about sportswear. it's always sportswear, but we want to show also at the same time that that kind of sportswear that we present today in the exhibition, it's also functional, but it's streetwear at the same time.music from the show (to use only in context of the show, under cover of the right to information)