Armani Silos, Milan
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normally these exhibitions are organised after the artist death. here Armani wanted make sure his work would be displayed the way HE wanted and the result, couple with the style of the building is fab... read more »
Bellissimo pomeriggio di visita a questa enorme collezione allestita da Armani nei pressi di Via Savona e del MUDEC..quasi un trattato di storia del costume con la bellezza degli abiti Armani prive di... read more »Beautiful afternoon visit to this huge collection by Armani near Via Savona and MUDEC ... almost a fashion history with the beauty of the clothes Armani prive arranged in a huge space and beautifully arranged ... and then the sports-themed special exhibition absolutely in keeping with the personality of the designer. I enjoyed it enormously.show original
Bellissima struttura creata da Giorgio Armani che si é preso l'impegno di ristrutturare anche la strada ( via bergognone) e i giardini limitrofi. Metà di turisti curiosi e appassionatiBeautiful property created by Giorgio Armani who has undertaken to restructure the road (via bergognone) and neighboring gardens. Half of curious tourists and enthusiastsshow original
Create exhibitions and architecture. On the 3rd floor you will find an archive with screens and videos. A must for anybody coming to Milan interested in Fashion!
Eventi MilanoArmani Silos is one of the most interesting exhibition spaces of the city, born from the renovation of a warehouse for storing cereals, dating back to 1950. If not for living, clothing – fashion – is served and still allows to seduce us, admiring colors, lines, cuts and fabrics that refer also to non-Western cultures, exotic: one of the themes that has divided the exhibition is called, exoticism. Passing the entrance of the Armani/Silos, in via Bergognone 40 in Milan, we came across a dress – Armani, jumped back to 40 years, in the days when Diane Keaton received an Oscar for her portrayal of Annie Hall wearing a designer jacket. The journey through the history of fashion begins on the ground floor, with the section exposure Daywear: clothes and accessories are divided not chronologically, but according to the themes that have inspired creative work of King George. In the initial section exposes some dresses worn by film stars, as the suit worn by Richard Gere in the film American Gigolo (1980). Even the mannequins are enlivened by a hint of creativity! each is designed for the gown accompanied by, and we noticed a mannequin with sculptured ribs out. On the first floor you get away from the Western taste and aesthetics, thanks to floral touches of Exotica: magie, transparencies, pink, blue and green mixed with wisdom to blacks and beige drawn on long tunics, dresses, draped skirts like Caftans have Africans like foggia. Perhaps the most exciting section on the second floor, the colours: it might seem paradoxical, considering that Armani is known for greige, tint teetering between gray and earthy sand. In this section are the reds, in conjunction with the black, the white, the blue tuareg wool of geometric designs, the tuxedo black male and female. To enhance the link between Armani and great cinema, other clothing worn by stars: Katie Holmes, Jodie Foster, Sharon Stone. The exhibition ends, on the third floor, with a thematic section dedicated to light: here predominates the feeling of being surrounded by real gems, win the soft shades and transparencies. On this floor you can visit the digital archive, which collects the sketches of the clothing and pictures of catwalks and iconic advertising campaigns as well as videos of catwalk and backstage. A cinema is used periodically to screenings of films that have other protagonists just master's clothes! Within Armani/Silos there is also a gift shop and a café, both on the ground floor. Visiting hours: Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 11.00 to 19.00.show original
Franco FalettiNice Museum .... and the art of dressshow original
Carlo ViThe exposure is wide but, in my opinion, of exclusive interest to those in the field of fashion. The simple "curious" as I find it unattractive. Ticket price expensive compared to expectations.show original
Cristina GalloriniVery niceshow original
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