Mauro BergonzoliEinzelstück Kunstblazer
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Suit painted with golden acrylic, with its trademark, the eye at the position of the heart. See with the heart!
Unlined, loose-fitting suite in flowing cupro fabric with patch pockets and rolled-up sleeves and a high slit at the back.
The safest way to wash silk is to hand wash in cold water with a special detergent with neutral PH for delicates. Please avoid any rubbing of the fabric and turn the silk garment inside out every time you wash to avoid the formation of drawing threads. Iron and steam silk inside out if possible. In case of greater soiling, we recommend professional cleaning.
Cotton is very easy to care for and can be washed at 30 degrees on delicate with similar colors. However, we recommend careful handling of cotton fabric, because depending on the way it is made, one cotton fabric weave can be more durable than others. Please do not tumble dry.
The safest way to wash chiffon silk is by hand washing in cold water with a special detergent for delicates. Please avoid any rubbing of the fabric and turn the silk garment inside out each time you wash it to avoid the appearance of pulled threads. Iron and steam silk inside out if possible. In case of greater soiling, we recommend professional cleaning.
Remove Lyocell everywhere and Tencel is protected as a brand name. Lyocell is washed at a maximum of 30 degrees. We recommend cleaning on a wool wash cycle or gentle cycle with mild detergent. Please do not tumble dry. Iron and steam Tencel from inside out if possible. In case of greater soiling, we recommend professional cleaning.
Viscose can be washed up to 30 degrees with mild detergent on gentle cycle with similar colors. Please do not tumble dry. Iron and steam viscose inside out if possible. In case of greater soiling, we recommend professional cleaning.
Feathers are all removable on our products, so they can be taken off before washing.
Wool should only be washedat 30 °C on the gentle cycle. You can also hang your garment in the fresh airovernight. This will remove odors and extend the time until the next wash.Basically, it is recommended to wash the garment on the left side. In this way,you will preserve the outer surface. We also recommend wool detergent for along life. Please do not use detergents with enzymes or those with bleachingagents.
We offer free shipping to our customers from Germany. The return shipping with an amount of 6.90€ is borne by the customer.
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Mauro Bergonzoli used golden acrylic paint to paint the blazer. His inspiration was inner strength, naturalness, love and the beauty of women. His vision was to make the wearer in this magical work of art shine in golden light - surrounded by fluttering butterflies - like a shimmering living jewel. "Mother Nature in all her glorious golden beauty - inside and out."
The Italian artist Mauro Bergonzoli was born in Milan on 24 December 1965. In his father's engraving workshop, he learned the craft of precision and draftsmanship as a young boy. At the age of 14, his teacher discovered his extraordinary artistic talent. He was soon sent to art school and began selling his comics and artwork. Bergonzoli was quickly recruited by advertising agencies in Milan. A 25-year career as a creative director in commercials and animated films for companies such as Ferrero and Geox followed. In 2000, Bergonzoli finally freed himself to devote himself exclusively to the creation of his artwork. Successful exhibitions followed in galleries, fairs and museums in cities such as Portofino, Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Hong Kong, Milan, St. Moritz, Miami, Munich, Hamburg, Cologne, Berlin, Bologna, Ravenna, Augsburg and Venice.