About Carmesine Blauvent
-www.carmesine.com- Since my younger years I have been professionally proactive, experimenting at different fields and eager to cross any border. After studying textile and fashion design at the Art School in Alcoy I moved to Brussels, where the company K de Kan offered me an interesting job at their headquarters, I designed women’s wear minimalist clothes. Two years later I’ve decided to move to Milano, where I studied a Master in Design and Communication at the Domus Academy school. During 2001 back at the design industry I started working for Salomon Sports, designing concept related apparel, in Annecy, France. Later I was designing shoes at Camper, Mallorca, for two years. Back in Alicante, in 2006, after two years building and coordinating a new apparel brand for a spanish company, I started a new adventure. I wanted to be independant, to selfproduce my own product, at my own terms. I was so stocked with the idea that I didn’t mind the risk, as I wanted to do exactly that and nothing else. Blauvent was launched in October 2009. I had in mind my own project as designer... a sustainable product that would have sense also for a passionate paraglider as I was. For that reason I’ve started manufacturing my designs with original paraglider textile and from used and recycled ones. I don’t know if it was decisive to win the national design award Injuve at 2007, but it surely motivated me to work as freelancer. I think my best success is to do what I like and to find that in the closest places and in the furthest, there are some people liking what I do and connecting perfectly with my designs.
During the year 2001 I have done a Master in Fashion and Communication at DOMUS ACADEMY, Milan, Italy.
At 1999 I had finished my degree in Fashion and Textile Design at EASD, Escuela de Arte y Superior de Diseño de Alcoi, Spain.