On 12th June 2012 Salvatore Ferragamo presented the 2013 Resort collection, designed by Massimiliano Giornetti, in an exclusive event held in the spectacular, picturesque setting of Paris’ temple of art, the Louvre.
The Florentine fashion house's collection was shown on a 140-metre long catwalk under the breathtaking archways of the Louvre’s Denon peristyle.
“We are thrilled to have this unique opportunity," said Ferruccio Ferragamo, President of the Ferragamo Group.
"This is the first time that the museum has granted use of the Denon peristyle
for a fashion show, and we are proud to bring our Italian style and history to life in such a spectacular and exceptional place as the Louvre. We are fine-tuning each and every detail so the end result of this once-in-a-lifetime event will be absolutely perfect.”, he explained.
The renowned “Made in Italy” luxury brand - one of the most important and well-known in the world - is the exclusive sponsor of the Louvre’s current exhibition, “Saint Anne, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Ultimate Masterpiece", celebrating the recent restoration of the "The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne" - the famous oil painting by the Italian genius.
The exhibition –supported through the partnership between Salvatore Ferragamo and the Louvre, brings culture and the arts together with the world of fashion and will be open to the public until 25th June 2012. It has already been seen by over 200,000 visitors, making it one of the most significant events organised by the museum in recent years.
How do you like the collection? Should the Louvre host more fashion shows in the future?
That is a stunning show. Not my style but i would totally buy those nude dress if i can afford it.ReplyDelete
Interning. It seems we're in for another year of over the knee boots.ReplyDelete
Is the louvre in need of money? Must be a nice place for a fashion show.
@Heather: YAY for another year of over the knee boots - I didn`t find an elegant pair last season so I`m glad I`m getting another chance.ReplyDelete
Ferragamo generously sponsored the latest da Vinci exhibition so the Louvre can sure do them a little favour. Every museum & institution can always use more money for their projects.