Elvis Furlan, throughout his Fall 21 Collection, shows San Sebastian as a fashionista. Courage and religion are gifted by the creativity of the designer, who decides to transpose the icon of the martyr with his own know-how inspiring, moreover, by Tito Schipa jr’s song, ‘Uccidetemi’, the name of the collection.
Elvis Furlan doesn’t give away the current sad moments and tries to channel and tell them through ‘70s references tainted with ‘Suspiria’ (2018) from the filmmaker Guadagnino, so he creates a dialogue between designed clothes and people’s humor because of Covid-19.
Made in Italy, sustainability and handmade are the keywords that envelop Fall 21 Collection ‘Uccidetemi’ in an intense aura of value that enhances the abilities of the designer and extends these concepts: made in Italy, sustainability and handmade are lived more and more. Furlan shows this, using fabric scraps and waste materials such as knit rolls and ties in the designing of outfits. What would San Sebastian be without arrows? These are transformed in removable magnet pins. An accessory of respect for an emerging designer.