Deborah Erin Parini started sewing at the age of 3 and at 9 she was already designing her first fashion collection. After training as a seamstress, she followed a specialization course as a theater costume designer, at first as a joke, but she has found her home in the theater for 20 years. Her work has led her to collaborate with theaters and ateliers in Switzerland, Italy, Germany, France, Ireland, Austria and Qatar.
In 2006 he founded “Atelier ASÜRo” in an 18th century house in Rivera, responding to the need to have roots and a place to return to. Over time he has been able to experiment in the creation of sets, painting, masks and other scenic arts, no longer only for theater, but also Opera, Ballet and Cinema. At the same time, the creation of its own product line continues.
2000 Specialization course as theater costume designer, at the EPAI school, Friborg, Switzerland. Special mention for precision and attention to detail.
1999 Professional artistic high school diploma, at the CSIA Lugano, Switzerland
1998 CFC as a ladies' seamstress at the school of arts and crafts tailoring section, SAMS in Viganello, Switzerland. Award for best graduation work.
“NAHRUNG FÜR DAS LIEBSTE”, Berlin 2017 https://drive.google.com/file/d/0ByWCYAnW_fS3SVdMNV9RLXpmR0U/view?ts=59c36e8e
“ANTIGONE, FRAGMENTS OF A MYTH”, Stillewasser Kollektiv, 2017
“FANTASIA”, Mall of Qatar 2017 https://www.facebook.com/premiumgrouplive/photos/pcb.1529945893710020/1529944057043537/?type=3&theater
“The WALL”, Teatro Paravento 2017
Some works created at the Grand Théâtre of Geneva, 2013-2016:
Casse-Noisette, Costume design for “On aura tout vu”, Paris https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dw3vv28tB4U
Carmina Burana, Costume design for “On aura tout vu”
A Midsummer Night's Dream, costume design by Ezio Toffoluti
Salue pour moi le monde, costume design Sophie Hampe