After Maze, top model Ambra Battilana becomes Victoria’s Secret angel

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Maze has brought luck to the Italian-Filipino top model Ambra Battilana Gutierrez who, after having taken part in the Turin event, flew to New York to sign a contract with the famous lingerie brand Victoria’s Secret. The twenty-six model was the protagonist of the first Italian festival dedicated to the Streetwear and Streetfashion trends and to the Streetculture world that took place from June 29th to July 1st between Piazzale Valdo Fusi and the Ex Borsa Valori of Turin. The event, which in this second edition registered over 5000 participants, was the European meeting point for enthusiasts and operators in the sector as well as for the public. The fashion shows, the conference by Marcelo Burlon (County of Milan) and Marco Boglione (Basic Net, Robe di Kappa) and the masterclass of the calligrapher Luca Barcellona were a huge success and were some of the key events of the festival.
MAZE, in collaboration with the Chamber of Commerce, was a streetwear fair open to the public, enriched by fashion shows where the famous Ambra Battilana and exclusive collections launched.
The first Italian event on international streetwear, MAZE had a specific focus on street fashion, considered one of the coolest trends of the moment. Fashion has been the protagonist of every day with 2 fashion shows and with the presence of 14 leading brands of Italian and world streetwear: Fila, Kappa, Fred Perry, Vans, Pop 84, Mizuno, MINS (Made in Scampia), Trush and Luxury, Italy 90, Dreamyourself, Bad Deal, and, for the first time on display in Italy, Infinite Society from NY, Grapes from NY and Daomey from London.

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