A list of some of the most popular and iconic dresses worn by the divas of the last Century, who always made the right choice when faced with the daunting question “What do I wear?”
You will be inspired by these incredible examples of beauty, sophistication and elegance, to make your closet worth of a diva!
Many people and students dream about becoming a fashion designer, but only a few of them succeed.
Design, culture, creativity, drawing, taste, colors, trends, sensibility.
All those elements are involved and have to be developed in order to become a good fashion designer.
Discover the habits, fashions and oddities of the medieval life of Florentine women through the long gone stories of this forgotten past.
The wonderful creations their own hands gave life to can only live in our imagination now, but such stories of the past give us a chance to reflect on how much the world has or hasn’t changed.
If both fashion and travel are your passions, discover all of the fashion exhibitions that are happening in 2016.
From technology to handcraft, from underwear to denim, there haven’t been a better time to learn more about fashion while travelling the world.
The museum of Ferragamo celebrates the history and the life of its founder, who created some of the most iconic shoes of the 20th century, which are now showcased here, in Florence, in the palace where Salvatore Ferragamo himself established its headquarters in the 1940s.
For a time in Hollywood, his shoes were the shoes of the stars.
Gucci was born in Florence in 1921 as a maker of high quality leather luggage and Florence is still home for the brand, that built here its museum to retrace the 90 years of history of its iconic creations.
Creativity, craftmanship and Italian style on display in the museum will take you inside the world of one of the most successful and popular brand of Italian fashion.
Following the launch of my “Italian Fashion History Experience”, that takes you on a journey along the traces of Italian fashion in Florence, I will write a series of posts dedicated to the subject.
This first article is about the most significant moments that brought the production of “Made in Italy” in the spotlight of the fashion world.
January is the month of trend reports. But this is no average trend report.
It’s about the fashion world as it would be if this was the year 1016.
We travel back in time to 1000 years ago to discover which trends were shaping the future of medieval fashion.
Trends of that age were macro and spread very slowly. They were caused by social, political and economical factors, as they’re now, and they signaled a constant search for improvement.