Domus Academy wins the Bodytelling project
We are proud to announce that Master’s in Fashion Styling & Visual Merchandising students Ana Gabriela Teran and Yara Ghaouch have won the first prize of the Bodytelling Project by Marie Claire, thanks to their short-film “Color”.
The students will be published in Marie Claire and will have the opportunity to be guest editors as well as take over the Marie Claire Instagram page.
“Color” tells the duality of feelings experienced during the process of menstruation, universally understood by women. Different languages saying “I love you, I hate you” featured in the film representing the universal connection and understanding women have on the topic.
Bodytelling is a project based on the female body with a creative/cultural slant that aims to engage “Generation Z” and its representatives, that in the future will be communication and creative professionals, who currently study within Italy’s top Universities.
The name Bodytelling was born from the word storytelling, the art of telling stories to give a voice to young people, their talent and vision through the narrative tools of their training.
An interior design project conceived with irony, both in terms of the client’s personality and in terms of spaces.