Gianfranco Ferrè: Under Another Light

Extended to the 2nd of April the big exhibition on jewels and ornaments of the fashion designer

“Shiny stones, enamelled metals, polished shells, painted woods, Murano glass, retro ceramics, Swarovski crystals, and even wood and leather and iron and copper and bronze, in the succession of an enchanted horizon of brooches, necklaces, belts, rings, bracelets , jewelry. For Ferré, the ornament does not he is the younger son of a precious, but a concept of eternity that must represent immanence of the present ". With these words, the curator Francesca Alfano Miglietti synthetizes the concept of jewelry design by Gianfranco Ferrè, expressed by the exhibition “Gianfranco Ferrè: Under Another Light. Jewels and Ornaments”, at Palazzo Madama in Turin. After four months of success, the show has been extended till the 2nd of April, and presents a world preview of 200 jewel-objects that retrace the entire creative story of the famous Italian designer. Dated back to the fashion shows of the years from 1980 to 2007, are tolda s a complement of the dress, exposed together with some garments in which it is precisely the material-jewel to invent and build the dress, becoming its substance and soul. Gianfranco Ferrè had a true obsession for the materials, as an essential part of his research and style. To have a true full immersion into the unforgettable GF style, and to be updated on the next exhibitions or events,

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