Benetton and Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, an iconographic collection with the right twist of madness, colors and lots of positivity!

Benetton and Jean-Charles de Castelbajac collection in Pitti Immagine Bimbo

“Curls in Benetton” by Beatrice Brandini

The fashion show presented today at Pitti Immagine Bimbo was very nice, featuring Benetton under the artistic guidance of a great creative: Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. Read more

Pitti 97: FASHION, commitment, ideas and ecology are staged.

Installation Pitti Uomo 97

HyperActive, mood by Beatrice Brandini

he most important men’s fashion fair is taking place in Florence, Pitti Immagine Uomo, with the biggest players in menswear and lifestyle protagonists. The fair confirms itself as the suitable scenario for capturing trends but also for understanding strategies, new challenges and possibilities of international retail. Many events and special projects, inside and outside the hall, which every six months transform Florence into a beautiful and caledoscopic creative factory. Read more

“At the feet of the Gods”: the art of footwear among ancient Rome, colossal cinema and contemporary fashion.

“Shoes and beautiful legs” by Beatrice Brandini

Sandals “Flash” by Salvatore Ferragamo

At Palazzo Pitti, until 19 April 2020, an exhibition dedicated to footwear will make you discover and admire Roman charioteers, shoes of movie stars and some models of the most important twentieth-century designers. Read more

“Escher – Journey into infinity” at the Cinema on 16, 17 and 18 December

“Natural Energy” by Beatrice Brandini

Movie poster: Escher – Journey into the Infinite

Already in May 2015 I dedicated a post to this extraordinary artist ( Now a film celebrates his life, an event not to be missed for those who love Escher and all the beautiful art. Read more

Beauty and noble ornaments in Fashion and Furnishing of the Seventeenth Century @ Palazzo Davanzati

Collar at Palazzo Davanzati in the exhibition “Beauty and noble ornaments in the fashion and furnishing of the seventeenth century”.

“Dama” by Beatrice Brandini

At the Palazzo Davanzati Museum in Florence, the exhibition “Beauty and noble ornaments in the fashion and furnishings of the seventeenth century” was presented to the press yesterday, which will open to the public on Sunday 8 December and will remain open until 13 April 2020. Read more