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Milan Women's Fashion Week FW17

From runway to moodboard

Milan Women's Fashion Week FW17 From runway to moodboard

Milan Fashion Week.
Paraphrasing a review of the Gucci fashion show by Vanessa Friedman, the fashion critic of The New York Times: name one, they were in there! The English botanist and writer Vita Sackville-West? She relived in the Gucci catwalk. At Antonio Marras dance the spirits of Eva Mameli and Pina Bausch. Alberta Ferretti takes us on a trip to Venice with Marchesa Luisa Casati and Canaletto. La Fontaine's fables have inspired Au Jour Le Jour's decorations, while illustrations of vintage circus those of Vivetta. Fausto Puglisi asks an audience with Sorrentino's Young Pope, Bottega Veneta pays homage to the wardrobe of Sean Young in Blade Runner, N°21 reminds the American career of Anna Magnani, while Arthur Arbesser dreams Wings of Desire by Wim Wenders. Name one, they were in there!

Art & Design

Arthur Arbesser - Anni Albers, Wall Hanging

Marco de Vincenzo
-  Antonio Sant'Elia, La centrale elettrica

Moschino - Mimmo Rotella's poster

Bottega Veneta - Paul X Johnson's illustration

Alberta Ferretti - Il Canaletto, The Basin From The Giudecca

Alberta Ferretti - Giovanni Boldini, La signora in rosa 

Emilio Pucci - Martin Parr photography

At the movies

Arthur Arbesser
 - Marion in Wim Wenders Wings of desire

Bottega Veneta - Sean Young in Blade Runner

MSGM - David Lynch Twin Peaks poster

Fausto Puglisi - The young pope by Paolo Sorrentino

An homage to

Prada - Brett Halliday Murder and married a virgin, cover by Robert McGinnis

Vionnet - Bird of Paradise

Au Jour Le Jour - Les fables de La Fontaine "Le loup et l'agneau"

Vivetta - 50s Vintage Children's Wallpaper

Gucci - Vita Sackville West 

Antonio Marras - Eva Mameli

Gucci - Maison Martin Margiela Fall Winter 2013