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Through clothes that come from space, Ghali reminds us to be more human on Earth

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Gally and Rich Ciolino on the final night

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my houseThe song leading up to the singing competition has an important lyric in it We talk about searching for roots, about warOne of the problems of the modern world. the References to current events and politics They are clear, as when he sings: “But how can you say that everything is normal here, drawing borders with imaginary lines, bombing a hospital,any A piece of land or in exchange for a piece of breadTo strongly accompany his performances, the artist chose to always have with him Rich Ciolino, the great protagonist of the event.

It's the alien that the rapper looks at Earth with, and it's the alien that he's trying to see Explaining things that have no explanation; That's what inspires Reflections on humanity This prompts us to look within ourselves and to dialogue with our conscience. In fact, Ghali did more than that. In addition to letting his music do the talking, he personally sent a message of peace. “Stop genocide” he said last evening in reference to Gaza, at the end of the show, when his friend came on stage. And also from Mara Venere to Sunday in He reiterated his positions, and this was followed by a statement from RAI CEO Roberto Sergio, read live by the host.

Expensive in Casablanca

Expensive in Casablanca

singer He consciously chose to use the Ariston Theater Like any other stage he went through during his career, He positioned himself as an artist and as a human being. His music has always been infused with messages related to current problems, social and political problems that are certainly not noticed now that war is there for all to see (except those who keep looking the other way, pretending it doesn't exist). ). “Since I wrote my first song when I was 13-14 years old I've been talking about what's going on. This thing has been going on for a whileMara Venir said.

Expensive in Bork Akyol

Expensive in Bork Akyol

A message of peace and hope for the residents of the Gaza Strip Hymn to peace Who wants to restore the value of human dignity, equality and the right to a happy childhood without the sound of bombs in your ears. To strengthen this connection, Ghaly also brought in a design expert, who fully understood the context of the song and tried to make it visible even through the clothes. Ramona Tapita In his choices, he really allows this “spatial” concept to shine, which inevitably brings us back to Earth, to our planet, by contrast.

Expensive in Lowe's

Expensive in Lowe's

In conclusion, my house It's a conversation with an alienSo he focused all his research on the space age, the aesthetic pioneered by designer Pierre Cardin in the 1960s. Inspired by space. It's a modern aesthetic that has stepped back from full black to black and white to a shimmering effect. There was a tribute to Michael Jackson with white moccasins, gloves and socks. In every look Galli embodies humanity and spatialitywith One eye on the past and one on the futurebut Nailing us to the present With his words, they remind us of what is happening before our eyes. And It doesn't happen on the other side of the world, not on another planet:We have bombs right behind our house.

Expensive in Marni

Expensive in Marni

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A journalist since 2018, she graduated in literature, publishing and writing. At the end of her university studies, she obtained a master’s degree in journalistic criticism at the Silvio D’Amico National Academy of Dramatic Arts in Rome. Here, in addition to carrying out his academic training and gaining editorial experience, he develops his passion for radio, collaborating with web broadcasters and following dictation and conducting courses. Currently in Milan he writes for Fanpage.it, in the field of style and direction, mainly dealing with stories and interviews, gender issues and women's stories.

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