NEW YORK — More than anything, Valerie Steele wants viewers of her latest installment to realize Italian fashion is not something that sprung up in 1980.
For "Fashion, Italian Style," which debuts tonight at the Museum at the Fashion Institute of Technology here, the acting director drew upon the country’s rich design history beyond the Krizia, Missoni, Armani and Versace years. The three-room exhibition magnifies accessories, textiles and 100 women’s and men’s ensembles spanning from 1915 to this season.
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