Until July 26th Rome hosts a gigantic and “multi-venue” exhibition…
A brand new exhibit at Maxxi Museum of Rome glorifies Italian excellence in fashion design: on display 80 haute couture garments and jewels dating back to the period between 1945 and 1968. A piece of Italian history throughout the work of the greatest designers who, soon after the Second World War, changed the concept of “fashion”, moving away from French models, and by doing so created that iconic Italian style which is still admired today worldwide.
Bulgari jewels are paired to masterpieces by Valentino, Sorelle Fontana, Balestra, Gattinoni and the many more designers in vogue in the Fifties and Sixties.
Venue: “Bellissima: Italy and High Fashion 1945-1968″, MAXXI Museum, via Guido Reni 4a.
Time: until 3 May 2015, evey day 11am-7pm. Sat 11am-10pm. Monday closed.
Maxxi Museum is part of Roma Pass network. Ask Hotel Des Artistes staff how to reach it: you can catch both buses and metro from Termini station!