The research work of a costume designer takes us inside some of the most significant places of the Italian costume tradition, shows us how costumes are made and… makes us dream! directed by Sakis Lalas interview by Valentina De Giorgi produced by TheDarkCandy EN – He is Andrea Sorrentino, a… View Post

 text by Valentina De Giorgi art direction & portrait of Wanda Ferragamo by Sakis Lalas photos courtesy © Salvatore Ferragamo   EN – When it comes to shoes there is one name that comes to mind first: Salvatore Ferragamo. And we’re not merely talking about shoes, when it comes to… View Post

What happens when the Italian tailoring tradition meets cinema? The stunning result of this meeting is Tirelli, an atelier unique in the world. EN – In a 5000 square meter warehouse, in a collection of 170,000 pieces, you can find the amazing costumes designed by Gabriella Pescucci for Martin Scorsese’s… View Post

The beauty of a peacock on your neck, the mystery of a flying saucer on your fingers, the luxury disco glam of a pair of spinning balls on your ears. That’s the magic that designer Carolyn Rodney put in her self-titled jewelry line, made of beautiful, intricate, colorful pieces crafted… View Post

text by Valentina De Giorgi art direction by Sakis Lalas photos courtesy © The Metropolitan Museum of Art   EN – Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination, the new exhibit from the New York Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute, with its 58,600 square feet is the largest exhibition the Costume… View Post