Hussain Harba special guest of Torino Fashion Week with the iconic handbag Mini-Home and an artistic installation


Is called Mini-Home and is the handbag capsule collection signed by the Iraqi architect and designer Hussain Harba with the daughter Alia that will be presented on preview at Torino Fashion Week the evening of the 27 June. The mini bags designed for the Torino Fashion Week have a grip studied by the architect and produced in different materials; this, as the bags, is registered in Euipo (European Union Intellectual Property Office).

The special guest of the evening, Hussain Harba, has a wide experience in the field of designing and creation of art objects on limited edition, composed more or less by unique pieces, luxury jewels with unique allure and fashion accessories that are a must have fot the most known trend setters.

Defined by fashion influencer as work of art that conjugate art, fashion and design, the Mini-Home bags are made of python, ostrich or crocodile: luxury textures that make them soft, refined and able to emphasize the brightness of different coloring. Rigorously made in Italy, the bags in this collection examine all the chromatic palette and stretch from the sparkling apple green and the fluorescent yellow to the mixture of brown, fuchsia, turquoise, yellow and orange in a uinque and really classy rainbow. Equipped with hand-finished shoulder strap, are realized by hand in limited edition. The name, Mini-Home, want pay homage to the home as a symbol of security that hide and look after our world. With this bags each woman brings her personal universe, hold in a fashion accessory that conjugate charme and elegance, luxury and practicality. Every detail, from the choice of skins, the choice of colors to the cell phone holder applied externally and removable, originated from the synthesis of design, architecture and art.

Real wearable works of art, the Mini-Home are customised and different one to another in order to reflect every woman personality. Refined and fierce, can be used in any occasion and are perfect as well for the business woman and for who wants to wear them at a party. Is not a surprise that many fashion addicted have already requested it. The celebrities that the 27 June will present his handbags at Torino Fashion Week are the showgirl Elena Barolo and the actress, singer and performer Linda Messerklinger.

Not only protagonist on the catwalk, at Torino Fashion Week the B.A. and Architect Harba exhibit an artistic insallation that will be exposed in the venue of ex Borsa Valori for all the fashion week (27 June – 3 July). It is called Past and Future, a throne more than 2 meters high that conjugate the story and the tradition of a noble and ancient material like the wood with the innovation and modernity of plexiglas. The work wants to be a warning to look at the present and at the future without forgetting the cultural and historical roots and making the transparency a lifestyle.


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