Fiorella Mannoia in Sanremo with personalized headphones: the meaning of the hidden detail

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Fiorella Mannoia in Sanremo with personalized headphones: the meaning of the hidden detail

Sanremo Festival 2024

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Fiorella Mannoia in Luisa Spagnoli

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The 2024 Sanremo Festival has a cast made up of many debuts and many famous returns. One of these is that of Fiorella Mannoia , absent from the event for seven years, when she took home second place. With this, the singer boasts six participations in the singing competition. This year she has chosen a strong and important song, particularly current, which sets themes dear to her to music. Mariposa is a real manifesto, a hymn to freedom with the female figure as protagonist: the song sings about the pride and difficulty of being women, the hope in a world that is finally equal, where one can finally be fully conscious and aware, master of their bodies.

Fiorella Mannoia's looks in Sanremo

In the first evening, the singer opted for a white lace wedding dress by Luisa Spagnoli, with a V-neckline. She performed barefoot, a gesture that other artists before her have performed in the history of the Festival. Singing barefoot is certainly a way to feel in great harmony with the stage and the environment, to feel free, a predominant concept in the song which therefore also returns in the look. Candid outfit again designed by Luisa Spagnoli also in the second evening, where the artist took to the stage only as presenter, to announce Geolier's performance. Very elegant in velvet , however, on the third evening.

Fiorella Mannoia in Luisa Spagnoli

Fiorella Mannoia in Luisa Spagnoli

Fiorella Mannoia's personalized headphones

On the first evening at the Ariston, the singer brought with her to the stage an essential accessory during the performance, which seems to be accompanying her throughout the Sanremo journey. All the singers sing with headphones and his, they were personalized. In fact, she asked the technicians for a change, so as to truly make them her own, adding two details, two references dear to her. She herself explained on Instagram the meaning of the applied designs: ” These are two Brazilian saints. Iansa is a goddess of strength, wind and storms. The other is a more feminine goddess, the goddess of fresh waters, lakes and rivers. Represents love, kindness .”

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Fiorella Mannoia in Luisa Spagnoli

Fiorella Mannoia in Luisa Spagnoli

The two symbols are therefore two complementary elements, they represent two forces that are apparently opposite yet can coexist, just like the soul of a sweet yet determined woman. But also like love, which can take on so many shades from the purest to, unfortunately, the most violent.

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