Museo Salvatore Ferragamo Explores The Intrinsic Hyperlinks Between The Worlds Of Art And Fashion
From Elsa Schiaparelli’s close friendship and work with Salvador Dali to Yves Saint Laurent’s Mondrian dresses from his seminal 1965 autumn collection, vogue houses have had a protracted working relationship with their art world contemporaries.
Throughout Artwork and Style – a brand new exhibition by Fondazione Ferragamo and Museo Salvatore Ferragamo that runs until April 2017 – explores and celebrates this longstanding relationship.
Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale di Firenze
19th century style
Museo Marino Marini
Schiaparelli Lobster Dress, 1937
Held in collaboration with Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Gallerie degli Uffizi, Galleria d’arte moderna e Galleria del Costume di Palazzo Pitti, Museo Marino Marini and Museo Salvatore Ferragamo in Florence, as well as Museo del Tessuto in Prato, the exhibition showcases clothes, equipment, artwork, books and pictures from personal and museum collections.
Museo Salvatore Ferragamo, Yinka Shionibare
Particulars of video and shoes at Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Rosa Genoni, Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Shoes from the thirties at Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Yohji Yamamoto, Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Andy Warhol, Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Germana Marucelli and Zuffi, Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Martin Margiela, Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Prato Textile Museum
Franco Gentilini, Prato Textile Museum
Piero Dorazio, Prato Textile Museum
Gio Ponti, Prato Textile Museum
Antonio Ascari, Prato Textile Museum
Giuseppe Capogrossi, Prato Textile Museum
Gianni Dova, Prato Textile Museum
Exhibit articles vary from pre-Raphaelite to Futurist and surrealist works, together with Italian couturier Schiaparelli’s lobster costume, on mortgage from the Philadelphia Museum of salvatore ferragamo acqua essenziale blu gift set Art. The famed crustacean was a standard motif employed by Dali, who designed the print for the white organdie salvatore ferragamo acqua essenziale blu gift set gown which was made even more infamous by an eight-page unfold in a spring 1937 concern of Vogue, modelled by none other than American divorcee, Wallis Simpson.