Gallery 2021 – Isabella Duonnolo

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Isabella Duonnolo

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This look consists of 4 pieces. A faux fur vest with a jersey knit long sleeve top and a high-rise short worn underneath the low-rise cargo pant. The pant is made of rip stop nylon fabric with belt loops and snap closures on the pocket. Backdrop was hand spray painted. Photography by Glen Verazza.

This look consists of four pieces. A faux fur vest with a jersey knit long sleeve top and a high-rise short worn underneath the low-rise cargo pant. The pant is made of rip stop nylon fabric with belt loops and snap closures on the pocket. Backdrop was hand spray painted.

Photography by Glen Verazza.

Styled with black sunglasses and silver sneakers she is posed in front of the graffiti backdrop. Photography by Glen Verazza.

Styled with black sunglasses and silver sneakers she is posed in front of the graffiti backdrop.

Model is in motion holding a spray paint can. Photography by Glen Verazza.

Model is in motion holding a spray paint can.

Photo shows the pant can be worn cropped or ankle length. Photography by Glen Verazza.

Photo shows the pant can be worn cropped or ankle length.

The model shows a big smile as we see a close up image of the vest. Photography by Glen Verazza.

The model shows a big smile as we see a close up image of the vest.

This image is showing the back view of the vest. Photography by Glen Verazza.

This image is showing the back view of the vest.

Meet the Designer

IsabellaDuonnolo

Isabella Duonnolo

White Plains, New York
Childrenswear

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Designing became a part of my life while watching my grandmother tailor clothes for the family. She taught me every basic stitch by hand which sparked all my creativity. My Barbies now had new handmade clothes, and I also made a few pieces for myself. Fashion is an expression of yourself, what makes you happy and makes you comfortable. I take life less seriously and like to wear items that bring a smile to others while bringing out their inner child. Childrenswear helped me find this balance because when children wear rainbow stockings and a pumpkin hoodie with a unicorn horn, and maybe a tutu, they are happy. They picked it because they liked it. To be blunt, my aesthetic is to do what I want because I like it, and I design what I want because I like it.

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