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GLITCH is the story of a group of conceptual and sophisticated women who share a place, the Maggiolina district in Milan. Their wardrobe consists in the contrast between bourgeois-style garments: they use wool and brocade as well as more experimental garments that tend to amuse. Also, there are many aesthetic references to surrealism, in particular to the works by Koen Hauser and Man Ray; for example, there is a fabric that resembles the technique of rayography. The aesthetic of the unexpected is marked by the use of buntal fibers, which allows to create swollen structures, without sacrificing the lightness of the dress.