Salvatore Ferragamo To Unveil New Fashion & Art Exhibition Next Week

MILAN — The Ferragamo Foundation and the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum will unveil a new exhibition in Florence on Wednesday.

“Across Art and Fashion” is to explore links between two creative realms that mutually influenced each other over centuries.

The showcase – organized in collaboration with several cultural institutions, including Florence Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, the Gallerie degli Uffizi, Museo Marino Marini and Prato’s Textile Museum — is curated by fashion expert Maria Luisa Frisa, along with Enrica Morini, Stefania Ricci and Alberto Salvadori.

Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2016 Shoes On The Runway
Salvatore Ferragamo RTW fall ’16 collection.
CREDIT: Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

Among the pieces to go on display are a Salvatore Ferragamo pump inspired by the Fifties work of American artist Kenneth Noland; an Elsa Schiaparelli dress designed in collaboration with Salvador Dalì in the Thirties; a Piet Mondrian-inspired Yves Saint Laurent dress; a Hussein Chalayan wooden corset, and a dress realized by Undercover creative director Jun Takahashi.

“Across Art and Fashion” will remain open to the public through April 7, 2017.

Salvatore Ferragamo Rainbow Platforms
Salvatore Ferragamo rainbow platforms.
CREDIT: Courtesy of Harrods.

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