Style SorryMummy is not just an archive

SorryMummy is not just an archive

Anna Frattini

In Milan, there’s a small space born from the work of Aurora Zaltieri, a very young stylist who decided to open an archive of normcore and gorecore garments that – over time – has become something more. We’re talking about it today because tomorrow, Saturday, May 4th, there will be an event where it will be possible to buy some pieces from this archive. All this in collaboration with Section80Bar, the DJ set of Akwaaba World, and a pop-up waiting to be discovered. The event will take place at via Farini, 44 in Milan.

Something about SorryMummy archive

SorryMummy is an ever-changing archive where new pieces are constantly coming in and – as in this kind of occasions – some are going out. The goal is to always have a fresh selection, ensuring a continuous turnover for those who want to rent these garments. Inside the archive, there are over six hundred garments and more than eighty pairs of shoes; a precious resource not only for those working in the fashion world but also for students. The origin of the garments is varied, from London, Los Angeles, Milan, Copenhagen, Naples, and who knows which other cities. As for the brands, there’s really everything: from Prada, Miu Miu, Maison Margiela to Kiko Kostadinov and Carhartt along with other iconic brands in the normcore and gorecore-sphere.

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«For me, this project is like a child who is currently learning to walk on his own. It took time, dedication, and work to see the results and now that it’s coming to life, I can’t wait for the next step. Soon, in addition to in-person visits as already possible, the archive’s garments will also be selectable through a dedicated website with the entire collection present and viewable,» says Aurora Zaltieri. In short, we expect great things from this small archive.

Written by Anna Frattini
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