In my (small) path of blogging I got to know people who were able to express, through their space, an erudite passion for fashion. For these people, the blog was just the most visible tip of their personal abilities. Alessio CJ Chirivì is the fashion blogger behind CJ Fashion Priest, but also a fashion designer of great talent.
Within his blog, as well as comment on the catwalks and more details collections, he shows his personal outfits in which some garments was made by himself. I do not deny that in those circumstances, I felt a sense of jealousy for those pieces, always well kept, attentive to details, and minimal but never dull. No wonder that from experience was born a true personal brand, CHIrivì, which expresses the values of exclusivit , craftsmanship and made in Italy typical of what he shows.
His new capsule collection is inspired by the famous Roman goddess Proserpina, whose myth goes the changing seasons. The collection, photographed by Carolina Festa with the model Bruno Michael Manfuso, includes garments like shirts that combine the floral and striped fabric trend or in a pied de poule with color effects on blue, orange and brown tone; fabric or fabric and skin coats geometric.
The CHIrivì creations are on sale at Maison GOTO in Corso di Porta Ticinese 56 and 103, in Milan.