Fendi, vintage and its precious fur couture. What else do you wear, when in Venice? Shot during the 57th Venice Biennale, of course.
Publication: Pop Magazine Fall/Winter 2017 Model: Stella Lucia Photographer: Sean and Seng Fashion Editor: Tom Guinness Hair: Kei Terada Make Up: Mathias van Hooff
As you might have noticed, I was absent for a while on my blog (except the What’s Hot posts)… Why? I am now in Italy and I just felt like taking a break from everything. But now I am again full of power and energy, so I am ready for the Resort’15 and SS15 show reviews… for a good, fresh start, here are some of my facourite pics from Venice, Florence and Verona!
“The title chosen by curator Massimiliano Gioni for the 55th International Art Exhibition is Il Palazzo Enciclopedico / The Encyclopedic Palace. Massimiliano Gioni introduced the choice of theme evoking the Italo-American self-taught artist Marino Auriti who “on November 16, 1955 filed a design with the US Patent office depicting his Palazzo Enciclopedico(The Encyclopedic Palace), an imaginary museum that was meant to house all worldly knowledge, bringing together the greatest discoveries of the human race, from the wheel to the satellite. Auriti’s plan was never carried out, of course, but the dream of universal, all-embracing knowledge crops up throughout history, as one that eccentrics like Auriti share with many other artists, writers, scientists, and prophets who have tried – often in vain – to fashion an image of the world that will capture its infinite variety and richness.” On the opening day of Biennale 2013, an exhibition at Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli’s Prada Foundation, organized by Germano Celant and housed in Ca’ Correr della Regina, a ruined 18th-century palazzo in Venice showed their curated works they collected through years. The collection was mostly based on installations and sculptures like for example by Jeff Koons. There was a interestin porcelain “installation” by Meisel manufactures.