ABOUT THIS PROJECT
Camilla Carrara (b. 1991), originally from Milan completed her Bachelor in Fashion Design at Politecnico di Milano in July 2014, and her MA Sustainability in Fashion at Esmod Berlin in November 2015.
She recently won the Createx project, MAD Mood prize, the third prize of the Recycling Design Preis for her Master project and she was semi-finalist of the Eco Chic Design Award. In addition to this, she won a mentorship award from Manufactum and Messe Frankfurt offered her the possibility to exhibit her MA project Zerobarracento at the GreenShowroom during the Berlin Fashion Week January 2016 and two have two outfits in the runway.
In July 2016, Camilla won a research scholarship offered by Salvatore Ferragamo and Fondazione per il Clima e la Sostenibilità Scholarship for the research project called "Natural fibers, new materials and recovery of traditional crafts for the fashion industry that is ecologically and socially sustainable". 12 months program created by Fondazione per il Clima e la Sostenibilità, in collaboration with Salvatore Ferragamo S.p.A..
Camilla is currently project coordinator at C.L.A.S.S.
Eco Hub having the chance to go deeper in the understanding of the market and she is engaged in the planning and production of next Zerobarracento collection.
ABOUT THE BRAND
The concept of connection to a fashion garment, and the idea of creating pieces to last is fundamental to this brand.
Contemporary, clean and refined aesthetic.
0 means: zero waste, reduced pollution, and reduced emissions.
100 means: 100% high quality, Made in Italy, traceability, sustainability and transparency of the production.
To achieve this all steps of production must be controlled.
Patterns are developed with zero-waste techniques: Zero-waste is a design technique that eliminates textile waste at the design stage, adopting a zero-waste design approach
reduces textile waste and the demand on natural resources.
The outcome of Zerobarracento are fashion collections of zero-waste pieces that have a low environmental impact, and are respectful to the workers involved in their creation. Zerobarracento collections have been presented at Berlin Fashion Week, Budapest Fashion Week and Milan Fashion Week.
Prizes: Recycling Design Preis 2015, semi-finalist of the Eco Chic Design Award 2016, Creative Conscience Award 2016, Mad Mood Ethical Fashion Prize 2017, Createx Project 2019. Camilla won a research scholarship offered by Salvatore Ferragamo and Fondazione per il Clima e la Sostenibilità Scholarship for a 12 months research project. Camilla is currently project coordinator at C.L.A.S.S. eco hub.