Milan Fashion Week and Milan Design Week both unfold here – which makes the possibility a visit will coincide with a global convergence of the design community highly likely, making it one of the few cities that can truly claim Fashion and Design are part of its’ cultural and civic DNA
Timberland is presenting a new collaboration by partnering with influential product designer and artist Elena Salmistraro. Her new work is an interactive large scale piece, and is called “Don’t call me… Dafne” .
A few steps away from the Duomo and in the central Milanese shopping street – Corso Vittorio Emanuele – the Spanish fashion house Massimo Dutti invited gallerist Rossana Orlandi to decorate three of its windows for the Salone
Fashion, art and design were beautifully tied together by Rossana Orlandi, who selected pieces from her gallery showroom to decorate the windows.
The exhibition explores the first 50 years of Gufram through its most symbolic projects, the ones that in recent years have revived the legend of the brand and its mad and disruptive visions.
Once again the big fashion houses positioned themselves in the midst of the Salone Furniture Fair in Milan – Monograms and furnishings – united by design. !
Fashion and furnishings come from two different worlds, but they share the intention to present their own take on comfort and elegance, and they are united by the same common denominator: design.
By collaborating with architects and furniture designers, fashion brands can gain the freedom to explore process and materials through more experimental applications.
Milan is a city of historic buildings and is dominated by the wonderful Gothic Cathedral and along with DaVinci’s Last Supper, fashion is one of Milan’s biggest draws.
For the confirmed shopholic, Milan offers one of the most concentrated shopping experiences in all Europe and is renowned for its’ position as a centre piece of high fashion as well as street style fashion
During the Salone 2015, La Tenda presented a preview of their Expo 2015 dedicated project: La Tenda Fashion and Art Experience and for this special occasion, a beautiful showcase by Paola Lenti was created
Paola Lenti set up an outdoor entertaining area in front of La Tenda’s via Solferino boutique as well as a beautiful window display environment – which ran for the duration of the Salone and beyond
The Italian city of Milan is a place for aesthetes and design lovers.
Not only does it celebrate its own Fabulousness twice a year during Milan Fashion Week, it also attracts a slightly cooler crowd during the Salone, a week of exceptional design that spans interiors, lifestyle, furnishings and not to be forgotten – Fashion as well
T Magazine – The New York Times’ Celebration of Salone Internazionale del Mobile at Villa Necchi kicked off the start of the Salone 2014 with an elegant soiree for many of the big names in design