A CHOREOGRAPHY BY LUCA TOMMASSINI
When dance, music and movement intertwine, our dreams come true.
"A Choreography" is the new Limited Edition collection designed by Luca Tommassini for Freddy. A line that wants to narrate the passion for the art of dancing and the dreams it makes possible. The choreographer pays tribute to his own inspirations with genderless garments that evoke the love for movement and for its magic.
Dancer, actor, choreographer, director and artistic director. Luca Tommassini
was born on February 14th 1970, and by the time he turns eleven, he's already
working his way up in the entertainment industry through theatre arts, cinema,
television and advertising.
After winning the award for best dancer in the TV talent show "Star Search InternationaI”, Tommassini receives numerous international awards, such as the Italian Musical Award, the American Choreography Award, the Top of the Pops Award and got roles in many international movies. His collaboration with Madonna lasts 4 years: in ‘The Girlie Show World Tour’ as principal dancer, in the ‘Human Nature’ video as dancer and assistant choreographer and in various other performances. His tango with Madonna in “Evita" is surely one of the most memorable moments. Throughout his career he also works as artistic director with Prince, Michael Jackson, Bjork, Whitney Houston, Kylie Minogue, Ricky Martin, Katy Perry, Robbie Williams and many other international performers.
In addition, Luca Tommassini’s collaborations extend in the fashion industry, with some of the most famous designers, as Giorgio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Missoni, Fendi, Roberto Cavalli, DSquared, Versace, Neil Barrett, and with David La Chapelle in an event for Galeries la Fayette in Paris.
In the past year, he is also present in the cinematographic scope as choreographer in italian and international movies and he is the artistic director and choreographer of various TV Shows, such as X Factor.
A DREAMLIKE AND CONTEMPORARY LINE, WHERE BODY, DANCE AND DREAM BECOME THE PROTAGONISTS.
This new collection is genderless and is presented exclusively in black and white. A choice that wants to represent the essential nature of the journey we make to explore and know ourselves. In art and dance, as in life.