On June 12, 2012 Salvatore Ferragamo presented Resort 2013 collection , designed by Massimiliano Giornetti, at an exclusive event held in the most spectacular scenery in Paris: the temple of art, the Louvre.
This elegant and sophisticated area was chosen to highlight a collection that embodies the style and aesthetics in their heyday. The famous House of Florence presented the collection in an unfamiliar runway 140 meters beneath the imposing arches of the peristyle Denon, which starred the famous models Bianca Balti, Karolina Kurkova, Isabeli Fontana, in front of 500 guests who traveled to Paris only to attend this special fashion show.
After the fashion show, Ferragamo family hosted a prive dinner for guests at the Louvre Pyramid, and a private tour of the museum. Among the guests were celebrities from the international press and celebrities, such as: Freida Pinto, Hilary Swank, Ines Sastre, Leighton Meester, Virginie Ledoyen, Jessica Hart, Fan Bing Bing, Sun Li, Alain Delon and his daughter Anouchka, Alessandro Preziosi , IsabellaFerrari, Carmen & Dolores Chaplin, Blanca Suarez and Clotilde Courau.
“We are thrilled that we were given this unique opportunity,” said Ferruccio Ferragamo, president of Ferragamo Group. “It’s the first time the museum allows the use of the peristyle Denon for a fashion show, and we are proud to revive the Italian style and our history in such a spectacular and special place as the Louvre. We organized very carefully to every detail, so the final result of the event to express a unique life experience and be perfect. ”
The famous “Made in Italy” luxury brand-one of the most famous and important in the world, is the exclusive sponsor of the current exhibition at the Louvre, “Saint Anne, Leonardo Da Vinci’s Ultimate Masterpiece”, which is a tribute to the recent restoration panel “The Virgin and Child with Saint Anne”-the famous oil painting of the Italian genius.
The exhibition, a collaboration between Salvatore Ferragamo and the Louvre-unites the culture and the arts to fashion and will remain open to the public until June 25, 2012. Having it already visited by more than 200,000 people, makes it one of the most important event organized by the museum in recent years.
“For the first time since the death of Leonardo Da Vinci, the exhibition brings together all the files that are scattered around the world, offering a deeper understanding of the fascinating genius behind the restored work of art,” adds Henri Loyrette, Director of the Louvre. “I would like to thank our sponsor, Salvatore Ferragamo, for this report, since without the support we could not recreate the atelier of the largest Italian Renaissance artist for these three months.”
Hair & Make-up
Hair: Luigi Mureno
Make-up: Tom Pecheux