The fashion company opened an archive in Rome, which included Oscar-winning costumes in films such as “Marie Antoinette” and “Budapest Grand Hotel”.
If you were in Rome this spring, you may want to look at the interactive exhibition on the first floor of the fashion house headquarters to show its best cooperation in the history of the film, including some exhibitions that can win coveted golden statues.
When Fendi celebrated its 90th anniversary in 2015, moving into one of Rome’s boldest historic buildings, the fashion company decided that this was the best time to open the door to the public. There is now a court in the towering Palazzo della Civilta Italiana, nicknamed Square Arena, where Fendi has designed spaces specifically for the rotating series of exhibitions.
Fendi’s current exhibition, Fendi Studios, pays tribute to the 7th Art, which is the perfect match for its new venue. Palazzo has always been a hot spot in the film industry. It opened its doors in Rome in 1945 and recently introduced Zoolander 2 in 2016. Fendi has designed costumes for more than 50 movies and TV shows over the years, from Luchino Visconti’s 1974 film “Conversation” and most recently Paolo Sorrentino’s HBO drama “Young Pope”.
Fendi has worked with legendary directors of many years, including And the Ship Sails On, Sergio Leon (formerly U.S. time), Le Bal, Lily Anna. Cavani (Berlin event), Godfather Francis Ford Coppola 3) and Michelangelo Eros.
Several collaborative projects won the Academy Award: Milena Canonero is Hugh Hudson, Marie Antoinette, Grand Budapest Hotel (Wes Anderson) and Gabriella Pescucci are Martin Scorsese.
The resulting exhibition combines green screens and interactive activities, making the small gallery a popular place for Romans and tourists. Fendi is dedicated to self-portraits and shows its history through the establishment of vocal facilities. Instagram has more than 3,000 photos tagged with #FendiStudios.
The tourists walked up the steps of the palace and entered the hall through the huge Carrara marble statues. The old ticket booth welcomes visitors. The paparazzo inside is equipped with a Fujifilm Instax camera to photograph tourists and provide souvenirs for their commemorative experience.
The first is a room dedicated to the famous car scene in the movie. Visitors can sit in the glossy red wine Alfa Romeo Cabriolet and behind them a green shielded Rome tour.
The furs on display included Madonna’s Demi Psoriasis coat worn on Evita, and the rolling number Barbara Carrera playing Fatima Blush was never defeated. Tilda Swinton’s red shawl casual coat and matching black trim swivel hat worn at The Grand Budapest Hotel are just one of the four Oscar-winning styles to win Milena Canonero.
The next room pays tribute to the New York scene. Huge mirrors introduce visitors to New York’s settings. These include Cate Blanchett’s costumes worn by Blue Jasmine and Michelle Pfeiffer in the “Innocent Age.” Meryl Streep’s royal dress wearing the Prada devil includes a maroon-striped smoking jacket and a silver fur-covered Fendi spy bag.
If you don’t pay tribute to Patricia Field and her work at Sex and the City, it won’t be New York’s room. On display are the famous To You bags, which are rooted in feathers and turned from a tramp to a clutch. Of course, there is also the notorious French bread, designed to imitate how French women carry bread under their arms.
Carrie Bradshaw’s selection package made Fendi Baguette one of the most popular accessories of the late 90s. Showcased is the original purple gold strip bread loafed by Carrie when he fell in the wrong street south of Houston. Not included in the show was Samantha, a fake golden baguette bread bought in Chinatown. After she accused the rabbit of stealing her bag, she was kicked out of the Playboy Mansion at Playboy Mansion.
The fur capes and animal print jackets from Titus of Juliet Tyler are also displayed, staggered with the back wall between the Greek columns.
Next, an infinitely mirrored corridor projects scenes from The Royal Tenenbuams. Gwyneth Paltrow’s caramel-skinned tie-skin coat became the brand’s bestseller after the film’s success. “Fendi thinks the film may allow him to participate in the on-site test,” the fashion house explained in a statement, why it brought the popular jacket to the runway after inspiring a generation of Margot Tenenbaum Halloween Costumes Outlet.
Then a upscale lounge features some of the top brands in the design, including Sharon Stone at Catwoman, Golden Boy and Instinct 2, Monica Bellucci in How Much Do You Love Me? Astuccio Fur Marisa Berenson wore clothes in “I am love,” and several other Bond girl costumes the other day.
Finally, a temporary cinema installation also offers many movies for free night watching movies. Outside the theater, it looks like a typical sound field, but inside, rows of red armchairs are separated by separate golden lights for an intimate movie night experience.
All-leather exhibitions may allow some influential people to question the timeliness of the show because the fashion trend is increasing to artificial fur. Although big fashion companies such as Gucci, Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger, and Armani have banned the use of fur, the foundation of Fendi, whose empire is based on fur, is doubled.
“Fendi is fur, and fur is Fendi. Fendi creates and continues to create memorable furs for Italian, European and Hollywood film productions: some are incredibly detailed statements of specific moments in history, others are unscrupulously With a creative and open explanation, “the design company said in a statement. “As always, the emphasis is on creation.”