The trendy historical past of menswear is about to go beneath the highlight subsequent summer time, with the announcement of a brand new exhibition on the style occasion Pitti Uomo 94.
Titled “Evolution – Involution – Revolution Three A long time of Males’s Vogue as Seen by Stefano Pilati”, the exhibition is described as “a private reflection on up to date style by way of a singular creative method”. Primarily based on the first-hand expertise of its curator Stefano Pilati, who was lead designer at Ermenegildo Zegna till 2016, it can provide an summary of the altering face of menswear all through the previous 30 years, bearing on flashbacks, impressions, collaborations and rejections.
Will probably be inaugurated at Palazzo Pitti in Florence in June.
“For this mission on males’s style, a theme that has lengthy been ignored in Italian and worldwide cultural circles, we considered Stefano Pilati as a result of he was and is among the main protagonists on this sphere,” stated Lapo Cianchi, secretary basic of Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery, which is producing the present in cooperation with Palazzo Pitti’s Museo della Moda e del Costume. “However maybe most significantly, we discovered his idea of the style system to be fascinating — it’s eccentric, conflicting and virtually cynical. It’s a exact viewpoint the place the obsessions and reflections of a collector merge with these of a designer and a person who believes in dressing properly.”
“It’s a nice time for style exhibitions, particularly tasks that unite cultural perception and analysis with the power to draw a big viewers,” added Andrea Cavicchi, president of the Centro di Firenze per la Moda Italiana and of the Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery.
“Evolution – Involution – Revolution” is the third occasion of a three-year exhibition initiative promoted by the Centro di Firenze per la Moda Italiana and the Gallerie degli Uffizi, in partnership with Pitti Immagine. The exhibition will run till Oct 21, 2018.
Pitti Uomo, which takes place twice yearly, will run from June 12-15. – AFP Relaxnews