Haute couture meets magic thanks to the Winx. The trendiest fairies on the global stage, flagship property of Rainbow and Made in Italy, have landed at the 2022 edition of the glamourous Milan Fashion Week presenting a unique collaboration with the Ferrari Fashion School to honor the 18th anniversary of Winx Club.

On 23rd September, the spaces of the prestigious fashion academy located in the beating heart of Milan’s new Fashion District have welcomed a selected audience for the preview presentation of the six haute couture dresses inspired by each Winx fairy and created thanks to the extraordinary collaboration involving the students at the Ferrari Fashion School, supported by the young twin stylists Francesca and Veronica Feleppa from the Italian Feleppa fashion house.

The students at the Ferrari Fashion School proved great skills and competence, analysing the six heroines’ personalities, style and distinctive traits to give life to real haute couture dresses distinguished by a particular care in the choice of materials and a strong attention to detail, drawing viewers into the Winx Club universe.

The winning students stood out by managing to fully capture the soul and personality of the Winx, translating them into truly magical outfits. Vittorio Alessi and Miriam Pellegrin are the stylists who created the outfits for Tecna, Musa and Bloom. Valentina Lacatena, Marika Caramia and Rosalba Andolfi are the creators of Aisha’s style, while Stella and Flora were created by Giada Dei Giudici.

The Winx are today an evergreen global phenomenon, able to tackle evergreen themes and interpret the dreams and needs of the audience through values such as diversity and inclusiveness, crossing all cultural boundaries. Friendship, courage, commitment, generosity, and positivity: this is the explosive and essential mix of which the magical heroines created by Rainbow have been ambassadors since Winx Club first entered Italian homes

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