Posted on November 24, 2010
Lucio Castro lives in New York over a decade ago and works for one of the leading brands in the fashion world. "80% of the garment is cut," he says.
He studied film and medicine, but first gave him more satisfaction and even today, despite being in the heart of the fashion world has not forgotten his passion for film. Lucio Castro, director of design of Armani, has time and talent to go around the supervision of clothing and styles and making short films.
Castro spent by firms such as Donna Karan and in 2001 co-founded with Elaine Ho Chinese a website that was intended to document the everyday clothes and continue a dialogue about the theoretical scope of the idea of dressing between Asia and America.
Interested in the psychological part of fashion ("the why people dress a certain way to prove what. Uses fine fashion that ambition of the people to be different," he says ), Castro today is responsible for four collections annual Armani and his task, nothing more and nothing less, is to supervise the respect brand guidelines.
The court distinguishes Armani
Asked what distinguishes the brand from other firms of high fashion, Castro has no doubts: the cut. "This is the most extraordinary that have all the Armani lines, and for me is 80% of a garment, as it defines how it relates and adapts to our body."
Castro also committed to the importance of the ways in high fashion and tissues in the male.