New York, NY (PRWEB) September 28, 2005
Impact210: The Magazine recently went behind-the-scenes with New York-based Olympus Fashion Week Spring 2006 designer Joanna Mastroianni. While running from Fashion Week show to show, one collection in particular caught Impact 210Âs eye: Joanna Mastroianni. WomenÂs Wear Daily hails her ÂThe Little Engine That Could.Â In our October issue, Impact210: The Magazine goes one-on-one with Mastroianni, who created quite a buzz during Fashion Week with her timeless and elegant couture collection. ÂWe are very excited to work with such a talented designer as Mastroianni,Â says Michael Fomkin, CEO, Impact210.
ÂMy goal is to have each individual garment be as beautiful as possible,Â assures Mastroianni. ÂEach garment should look like a work of art, but itÂs a wearable work of art, a young work of art.Â
Mastroianni has dressed Hollywood celebrities such as Jane Seymour, Angela Bassett, Tara Reid and Christina Ricci. Staying true to her own vision by not succumbing to trends, she explains, ÂI donÂt believe in trends. I believe in timeless elegance. Trends will go in and out. Elegance and beauty will always remain.Â
Inspired by the sun and the sea of her native Mediterranean landscape, she embraces both colors and whites. With 40% of the seasonÂs collection being white, the focus was heavily on details and flowing shapes. While sheÂs busy creating fresh and elegant pieces, Mastroianni has her eyes set on designing for homes in the near future. ÂWhat I do is design. IÂm at my best when I get to do that. You have to come to an understanding where thereÂs a harmony between the creator and the product thatÂs being created. ItÂs a craft. You have to develop it and understand it. In doing so, you see the results of it.Â
And the results are fabulous.
Newly launched in 2005, IMPACT 210 welcomes talent to visit our 5,000 square foot state of the art facility, conveniently located in SOHO, the fashion center of New York City, featuring both a spacious photo and casting studio, conference rooms, office space, a computer center with wi-fi internet access, full service cafÃ©, plasma TVs and a DJ booth, available for holding open calls, photo shoots, meetings, presentations and workshops.