Manuela Brambatti在1970年代即進入時尚界，剛開始為時尚雜誌《風格》與其他雜誌社工作，後與Giorgio Correggiari、Krizia以及Gian Marco Venturi等時尚品牌合作，並且在1981年到2009年之間，從凡賽斯的員工晉身成為該品牌的獨家插畫師。
A design tutorial by Daniela Bambrilla, Versace's chief design illustrator, the book is an idea of couturier Favio Marconi who, impressed by her drawing style, her unique taste designing fashion collections and the precision with which she captures the flow of fabric over the body, convinced her to put it into print. Here Bambrilla reveals her fresh and innovative style, not better than others, as she writes, but orginal and distinctive for Versace’s workshop, halfway between fashion sketching and illustration.
Manuela Brambatti began to work in the fashion world in the late '70's for the fashion magazine Style and for other magazines. She has collaborated with Giorgio Correggiari, Krizia, and Gian Marco Venturi. Employee, and later exclusive partner of the Versace fashion house from 1981 to 2009, Manuela, was crucial in setting standards in the Style magazine for the presentation of all fashion collections and their illustrations and, in recent years, the Home Collection of the Brand.
Foreword writer Bruno Gianesi worked for Gianni Versace’s for sixteen years as head stylist and manager of theatrical projects. He designed costumes for respected choreographers and directors such as Maurice Béjart, Roland Petit, William Forsythe, and Bob Wilson and designed also clothing for famous members of the international jet-set, including Elton John, Madonna, Lady Diana, and Sting. The journalist and foreword writer Tony di Corcia published several books about Gianni Versace.