By now, you've heard of The Sight, the project from Peter Non for their Silly Things collection. The brand is interpreted, dissected, analyzed and -above all- lived by different creative personalities. Each of these personalities shows us their point of view, their story, their vision. This time the project was entrusted to four stylists. In a game of references and suggestions Ambra Crociani, Valerio Coretti, Acrimonia, Andrea Jean Varraud, show us their sight on Peter Non SS17 “Silly Things” collection, inspired by the “Decalogue of the art of doing Silly Things”.
And now for the final instalment of the stylists to do Silly Things.
Andrea Jean Varraud
Andrea Jean Varraud was born in Florence, grew up in Padua and graduated in Fashion Styling at the IED in Rome in 2016. Thanks to his passion for cinema, music, painting and design, and supported by the course of study dealt with, Andrea is strongly passionate in fashion, communication but also prepared in video making, photography and graphics. His last professional experiences concern: making music videos, shooting food, costume designing for video clips, styling for look book and campaigns as well as graphic events.
My main work inspiration are still life photo of Dutch artist Julia Heta. “Decalogue of art of doing Silly Things” tells a female existence that revolves around the small but pleasant things in everyday life: books, sunglasses, cigarettes, flowers, mixed with design objects that tell pop aesthetic instead. The irony of life part is being able not to take themselves too seriously and respond with a smile to tomorrow.