Alessandro de Stefano

Milanese designer, from an early age he's attracted by the fashion world and grows in an environment of fabrics and lace.
He familiarises with fabrics of different kinds and learns
to create new forms.

At the age of 19 he attended the Marangoni fashion institute in Milan
where he perfected his own sartorial technique.

From there 

he works for Armani and Cesare Paciotti and then begins
a career as a fashion designer.

Published in Vogue magazine in '95 as an emerging designer, he also
achieves a cover with one of his own
Haute Couture creations and different editorials in fashion magazines.

Passionate for Bonsai 

plants and follower of the Zen style in 2009 he embarks on a path that leads him to the creation of works in contemporary design.
Wooden lamps that reflect the Jin style in Fukinagashi and Sokan shapes.
In 2011 the first appearances in Design magazines such as AD and Case & Stili.
He uses natural materials such as stone, wood and cold materials such as glass and iron, all harmoniously combined to form real works of art.

HE USES natural materials such as stone, wood and cold materials such as glass and iron, all harmoniously combined to form real works of art.


NoNameLuxuryHotelSPA

In 2013, after three years of work, design and construction, he inaugurated the NoNameLuxuryHotelSPA in the Polish mountains.

Linked to Art

and drawing since childhood, he began his artistic journey as a self-taught painter.

In 2014 his first works appear.

Paintings that hide a mix of painting and sculpture, movement and stasis, abstraction and figuration; a true and proper performative process with a combination of disparate materials.

His experimental path leads to unusual pictorial techniques mixing colors with chemical and natural substances, resins and gypsum, thus creating unusual masterpieces.

No scheme, creativity and inspiration.