Monica Bolzoni was described by “Vogue Italia” as “one of the most important artistic personalities of this century” and her concept of Fashion Design anticipated many of the concepts of contemporary fashion: modularity, tailoring and vintage. A collaborator of Elio Fiorucci in New York in the Seventies, in Milan she created her own fashion line in 1982: Bianca e Blu, synonymous with an innovative way of playing with clothes and accessories. Her garments have been photographed for “Vogue” by Helmut Newton, Giampaolo Barbieri and Albert Watson and she has worked with Vanessa Beecroft, Fanny & Alexander and Silvio Soldini. Miuccia Prada was a loyal customer and friend, before she launched her women’s prêt-à-porter line. This book, edited by the prestigious ECAL University in Lausanne, presents the archive of the brand and relates an important stage in the history of Italian fashion.