A report on Italian fashion

The Italian Catherine de' Medici, as Queen of France. Her fashions were the main trendsetters of courts at the time.
Via Montenapoleone during the Christmas period.
Elegant luxury shops, during the Christmas period, along Via Pietro Verri nearby Via Montenapoleone
Luxury boutiques along Florence's prestigious Via de' Tornabuoni.
The Palazzo di Malta, surrounded by Hermès boutiques in Via Condotti, Rome's main upscale shopping street.
Milan Fashion Week
Clothes by Valentino
Giorgio Armani, founder of the Armani company
Prada shop in Milan.
Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana Store on the Las Vegas Strip

One of the leading countries in fashion design, alongside France, the United States and the United Kingdom.

- Italian fashion
The Italian Catherine de' Medici, as Queen of France. Her fashions were the main trendsetters of courts at the time.

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Valentino (fashion house)

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Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1960 by Valentino Garavani and part of Valentino Fashion Group.

Italian luxury fashion house founded in 1960 by Valentino Garavani and part of Valentino Fashion Group.

White Valentino dresses in celebration of Valentino's 45 years in fashion
Valentino store in Hong Kong

Valentino's international debut took place in 1962 in Florence, the Italian fashion capital of the time.

Stella Jean

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Italian fashion designer of partial Haitian origin.

Italian fashion designer of partial Haitian origin.

Stella Jean has built the business model and sustainable development platform entitled “Laboratorio delle Nazioni." It focuses on what occurs when fashion becomes a tool for cooperative international development.Through missions on the field, each SJ collection is the result of the construction of a cultural bridge between Italian design and the women artisans of a developing country during each different season.An international cooperation between Jean's aesthetic and the artisans of developing countries is an ever present staple of her designs, which aim to promote cultural heritage as an enabler and a driver of sustainable development. Despite the thousands of miles of distance that may lie between them, countless hands of women artisans in different countries work together in an ideal Laboratory of Nations, with the common goal of caring and preserving an endangered global cultural heritage.

Dagmar Reichardt in 2007 during the ceremony of the 34. Flaiano International Prize for Italian Studies

Dagmar Reichardt

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German cultural scholar.

German cultural scholar.

Dagmar Reichardt in 2007 during the ceremony of the 34. Flaiano International Prize for Italian Studies

Further topics were treated in the following collections on Italian literature and cinema (Letteratura e cinema, 2014), Italian fashion (Moda Made in Italy, 2016), the Sicilian classical writer Giovanni Verga (Verga innovatore / Innovative Verga, 2017), the history of Italian migration in postmodern times (Italia transculturale, 2018), and the transdisciplinary principle of polyphony in the Italian history of music (Polifonia musicale, 2020).