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"The Sartoria Artigiana Tirelli was born from a surge of friendship and generosity." - Umberto Tirelli
"I could never have imagined how a visit to the costumier Safas to try on costumes in June 1960 would change my life." - Dino Trappetti
From left: ivory and pink patterned silk dress (Balenciaga, 1960) that belonged to Jeanne Carola; pale blue silk shantung dress (Balenciaga, 1970) that belonged to Jeanne Carola; dark silk dress (Christian Dior, 1970) that belonged to Paola Carola; dress with worked green silk bodice and pink silk skirt (Balenciaga, 1970) that belonged to Paola Carola; patterned crêpe de chine dress (Yves Saint Laurent, 1970) that belonged to Paola Carola Donated by Baron Paul Thorel.[...]
Rome becomes part of fashion’s modern history with the Romaison 2020 project. Until 29th November, the Ara Pacis Museum is hosting an exhibition featuring archives and creations from Rome’s foremost costume design studios, blending tradition and experimentation, where inspiration continuously reinvents the concept of clothing. ROMAISON 2020 is the first edition of a project that has the wholehearted support of the Mayor, Virginia Raggi. The project sees Rome become part of fashion’s[...]