Founder Luca Benini is opening up his personal archive of more than 30,000 objects.
A blend of digital and physical initiatives, the festival will address such themes as empathy, hope and resilience.
The show juxtaposes movie costumes from Roman ateliers and couture and ready-to-wear pieces from the likes of Christian Dior and Cristóbal Balenciaga.
Called “Human Brains,” the multidisciplinary project kicking off next month is centered on the so-called brain studies that are part of the neuroscientific researches.
Linda McCartney’s “The Polaroid Diaries” exhibition at C/O Berlin share intimate moments of McCartney family life.
From Galliano’s Dior couture to kimonos worn by Freddie Mercury, Madonna, Björk, the exhibition shows a great prospect for kimono’s future.
The group’s Modern Artisan project in partnership with Prince Charles’ foundation will be part of the exhibition dedicated to arts and crafts.
The Australian musician is a friend of the brand and a regular guest at Gucci fashion shows and events.
Drawing exclusively from the Westminster Menswear Archive, the exhibition features around 170 fashion garments from the last 120 years.
A Dusseldorf art museum is hosting a retrospective of the French icon’s work, with a focus on the ever-popular Space-Age looks.
The “Azzedine Alaïa, Another Way to Look at Fashion: The Tati Collection” showcases looks from Alaïa’s spring 1991 collection and artworks featuring the designs.
The “Sustainable Thinking” exhibit is open at Florence’s Salvatore Ferragamo Museum until March 8, 2020.
“Too Fast to Live, Too Young to Die: Punk Graphics, 1976-1986” charts punk rock’s influence on graphic design.