Filippo Todisco is an Italian designer, born in Monza in 1993, he lives in Milan.
Todisco has created Pancitopenia which he presented at FASHION GRADUATE 2017. A man's F / W 2018-19 collection with a strong impact, which takes its name from a rare blood disease. His creations want to be a hymn to life despite adversity. Pains and illness should not be experienced as exclusively negative events, they can often give life greater value and enhance its strength and beauty. The predominant colors of the caspule are white, flesh, black and red. Among the selected fabrics there are cotton gabardine, leather nappa, cotton poplin with contrasting work. Oversize and asymmetrical coats are unstructured and reassembled with visible stitching, clear analogy with scars on the body, or treated with bleaching.
Filippo was also one of the three emerging talents graduated in Secoli in 2017 who participated, with his unpublished capsule "Anemic Freak ...", to the project "Designer to Watch", presented during the Secoli Fashion Show 2018.
ANEMIC FREAK ...
A collection with sharp, angular, dark and punk-like lines are contaminated by the bright and pop color of the prints on a black background, with the Funk aftertaste.
A breastplate that is programmatically hurt, genetically incorrect, like the body it houses.
The bee, the reincarnation of the human soul according to Plato, explodes and contaminates the armor and the second human skin, arrogant and colorful.