Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2020-2021 Digital – Day 1. It was quiet a challenge today for the fashion houses, Federation and for the spectators to follow. But of course we all witnessed several amazing and very creative surprises.
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Iris van Herpen presented a Dress…
Young designer Antonio Grimaldi presented very elegant pieces with beautiful message “Hope” and “Love”. He put many effort to present his collection digitally.
Schiaparelli Haute Couture Fall-Winter 2020-2021
The biggest surprise of the first day of this Haute Couture fashion week was collection of Christian Dior. Maria Grazia Chiuri finally found her way to the creative source of the house. This is her first collection which might be considered as the collection of Dior House. No more monkey slippers, only beautiful transformation.
Ralph & Russo presented new Haute Couture collection for the first time by digital Avatar, a virtually created model.
FENDI ANIMA MUNDI LIVE event. A unique tribute to our common Roman roots, to Italian excellence and to the deep feeling of unity inspired by the philosophical concept of “the soul of the universe”.
Accompanied by the Italian solo violinist Anna Tifu, the orchestra Accademia Disanta Cecilia played three movements from the concerto “Summer” of the Four Seasons by Vivaldi, in three different places in the Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana, the headquarters of Fendi in Rome.
When creativity and know-how reach the purest form of perfection. Fendi Couture returns to the scene with an exclusive digital project supporting the Federation of Haute Couture and Fashion.
A rare experience where fashion highlights the fantastic and the excellence of traditional techniques: discover five emblematic looks from the Fendi Couture 2015-2020 collections, photographed by the Italian artist Alessio Bolzoni, in front of the sublime Palazzo della Civiltà Italiana in Rome.
Today Louvre Museum proposed an extraordinary digital experience and view on its magnificent collections through the eye of fashion. From Marie de Médicis by Frans Pourbus to the Véronèse’s Belle Nani, Marie-Louise de Parme by Anton-Raphaël Mengs, the Marquise de Pompadour by Maurice-Quentin de la Tour or the Tiara of the Duchess of Angoulême, an unique perspective on the Louvre collections.