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Frasson Gallery is a fashion and lifestyle digital magazine. Independent, timeless and global, the platform brings image and content in an innovative manner, with depth, beauty and information. We feature exclusive stories and editorials, in addition to opening space for publishing portfolios, encouraging the creative exchange among the best professionals in the industry.
I’m Amrita, fashion producer, I loved being a part of this issue! I graduated as a sociologist and through anthropology I found out my passion for fashion! I used to own a dress label and today I work with fashion production, styling, costumes and as part of the style team of a brand.
"I used to spend the afternoons in front of the TV playing with Lego and watching afternoon TV.
Today I play with photography in the French capital and dream about making my childhood dreams come true."
Independent Designer & Art Director
I’ve always been fascinated with building images and ideas that transform concepts into actual objects, either brands, products or stories. I’ve been for more than twelve years on the creative market, building my career in São Paulo, inside important fashion groups, where I’ve created and coordinated campaigns, online/offline communication and helped develop new brands for the market. Today I live in Portugal and develop projects that travel among branding, design, digital and user experience with clients throughout Europe and Brazil.
I was a top model in the 90’s and have always loved painting. A few years ago this became a profession.
I’m an illustrator for Folha de São Paulo newspaper and, with my own style, I also develop works for brands and paint portraits in oil.
Art and fashion historian, and also a journalist
I’m a carioca, art historian, graduated in Italy, where I lived twice. In the second time, I stayed for four years going to the American Fleming College Florence, in Florence. From this time, the photo shows a fun weekend in Portofino. The look: Hermès belt, Cavalli jacket ("I still have it! Roberto, before he opened the boutique in Florence, used to sell his leather in the local hippie market"), Jesus jeans, Carrano bag and Upim Vichy shirt, to complete the high/low.
I like to photograph mixing light and movement techniques, and having as background nature or architectonic spaces where man is an integral part of these deconstructions created by these effects, originating images that refer to 3D and varied dimensions.
"I’ve always loved literature, I read one book after the other, I love writing and have always loved the English language – translation allows me to exercise these passions. Remarkable books in my life: American Pastoral, by Philip Roth, The Catcher in the Rye, by J. D. Salinger, and A Jangada de Pedra, by José Saramago”.
“I’m a make-up and visual artist, 24 years old. I was raised in Carapicuíba, in the outskirts of the city of São Paulo. With my work, I try to question aesthetic and social standards through art and beauty.”
Athlete and model
“I grew up at a retirement home for people with debility, that my grandmother owned. Everything was very simple, love was unconditional and the happiness in the eyes of those people made me understand what really mattered in life: compassion”.
I’m Paula Iglecio, a costume designer graduated in fashion from ESMOD Paris and with a master degree from University of São Paulo. I started my career at Vogue Brazil magazine, and I also worked at Vogue Paris and Elle magazine. In the movies I designed costumes for important directors like Anna Muylaert, Ugo Giorgetti and Carlos Reichenbach, among others. I’m currently responsible for the outfits of presenters at TV channels Arte 1, Band, Bandnews and Bandsports.
I was born in Paris in the mid-20th century, traveled the whole world with our bank, went more than 70 times to Asia. After being a partner at Rothschild & Cie Banque for 10 years, I crossed the ocean and landed in São Paulo. I left the bank and found peace in this wonderful country taking care of the representation and distribution of our vineyards with our core wine Château Lafite Rothschild.
I’m Yuri Faria, 19 years old, from Mococa, in the state of São Paulo. The fact that I’m a dreamer, determined and brave to put my goals into practice was what made me move to São Paulo to study fashion, looking for multiple opportunities in this area. Today I’m a fashion producer and a future communications professional.
Artistic Director and Fashion Editor
Curious about art, fashion and life. I love creating images!
Having graduated in Visual Arts, I found myself in fashion as I watched “Something’s Gotta Give”, by Nancy Meyers. I entered this world since then and have been working as a producer.
Designer and layout artist
“Lover of technology and apples and father to a 3-year-old pug – graduated in design and marketing from ESPM, I’ve worked in the development of important cases like HOPE Lingerie virtual store and Gisele Bündchen Intimates’. I explore the city of SP on a bike, my companion for all moments."
Hair guy. Japanese. Dog lover. Day dreamer
33. From São Paulo. Live with my dog Madalena in NYC and photograph Dahab, Egypt. Like to go scuba diving, listen to techno and Parliament.
When I was a high school student my friend showed me David Bowie’s music videos.
I was very interested in his makeup & fashion!
So I decided become a makeup artist.
I graduated from Shiseido beauty school, and assisted one of the most famous makeup artists in Japan .
2 years later I became a freelancer.
In 1999 I decided to move to NYC
Besides working with fashion and celebrities, I have a workshop in NY and teach at the Shiseido beauty school.
I’m 30 years old, and for seven I’ve been living in São Paulo. Graduated as an industrial designer in Paraná, today I make videos and photographs. Although for Frasson Gallery I have not used an analog camera to portray the lyric singer from São Paulo Carla Cottini, I prefer using older lenses – especially the ones designed in the 80’s – that’s where I find the fluid look for the images, opposed to the hyper-defined precision of the digital era.
I read in an interview with Vivienne Westwood that “from tradition comes creation”, which can be seen in my work: although I work in a communication channel as a digital director, it was by studying the history of fashion – and, in the Brazilian scenario, specifically Giovanni Frasson’s creative journey – that I learned to look at the past before operating with contemporary media. For Frasson Gallery, I interviewed my idol Nick Knight, pioneer who anticipated the digital future (creating, for example, the fashion film format), precisely for paying attention to the movements of the past.
I’m a journalist, from Minas Gerais by birth, from Rio by heart and from São Paulo by conversion (with pride) for five years. I love making magazines, playing with my children outdoors, watching series and visiting all Japanese restaurants in the city.
Journalist and publisher of special projects
Having graduated in Communication from FAAP, I developed an intense creative work as director of special projects at Vogue Brazil - together with Giovanni Frasson and for more than 20 years.
Fascinated with the cultural mix in which we live, I traveled the world to see luxury and jewelry. I love the sensorial experience of discovering and showing what I've seen and see, talk, observe and write
Designer and layout artist
I like to learn from daily life! Every day a new chance. I traveled the world a lot and am a nature lover. Sign? Pisces. Dreamer, but I always keep one foot firm on the ground. Organized and cautious. I graduated in industrial design (with emphasis in graphic design) and worked for different Brazilian magazines. I find it very cool to be able to fascinate readers by gathering and respecting the ideas of the whole team involved in each story.
My name is Fabio Nunes, I was born in July 1985 in the countryside of Rio Grande do Sul state. I took care of the land and of the animals, I also skated and surfed, I dropped out of engineering college to work as a model and so I traveled the world. For love and also for extra income I started working at restaurants, I cooked a lot, learned a lot, about recipes, about techniques but mainly I learned that food has the power to heal our body, our mind and our soul. Today I live between New York and Sao Paulo, I’m a chef, fighting waste, aware of our present and confident about our future.
I’m from Ceará, I have a 30-year career, and for 4 years I’ve been coming and going between Brazil and Italy where I do fashion shows and editorials during Milano Fashion Week, Pitti Uomo in Florence and PFW. I have a very free work, where I usually try to link Art + Beauty + Fashion. I’ve been through different fashion segments as designer assistant, shop window designer and photography assistant. I love art and all its forms of expression.
I believe that we have all been made to create, and this is in our DNA. Making and transforming thoughts, shapes and colors into real experiences that transcend the field of ideas and, maybe, make dreams into real, visual and also emotional experiences. I’ve been trying to do it through design, music and “the life that I live.” As brilliantly summarized by Walt Disney, I conclude: “If you can dream it, you can do it.”
I’m Zete’s favorite child, I write, observe, love and question.
I admire beauty in the sense of construction of the being, in the sublime and through small details. Curious, contradictory and connected to challenges. I believe in the power of God, of vodka and that laugh is always the best thing in life, and that life, even when it’s crazy and absurd, is beautiful. Sometimes you can find me here, in other magazines, websites, on Instagram (@pedrobuzzatto), at a good Japanese restaurant, or dancing samba during Carnival.
Young Brazilian photographer, fascinated by human expressions such as music and fashion.