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The change in man’s attitude towards modernity was the inspiring motive for the creation of the collection. Choosing the 1920s film “Metropolis” as a starting point, the film’s structure and themes immediately projected the man in far and different worlds: the workwear of the 20s and 30s of the workers’ uniforms, the decadent glamor of the 20s typical Berlin cabarets, the glamrock pure expression of the self understood as the reappropriation of oneself and post punk, one of the first musical movements to use machines to produce sounds and metallic noises. The result is a reinterpretation of the classical canons from era to era, modifying them in proportions and use. The classic aesthetic is contaminated by workwear with a contemporary take expressed through glam fabrics such as crumpled velvets combined with greased and worked splits, in order to lose the grain, inspired by the body of the miner.