“Stylish researches. Mazzini archives at Tozzoni palace” takes place in the home museum Tozzoni palace, eighteenth-century building in Imola old town.
Along each room of the building, from the main hall to private rooms, from the living room to the library until the kitchen, you can walk along and see centuries of fashion described by designers from all over the world.
Jils Sander welcomes visitors in the main hall, tridimensional dresses from Maurizio Galante live in the “empire rooms” , Yohji Yamamoto and Jean Paul Gaultier stand out in music hall.
The bright loggia shows floral fashion with Elsa Schiaparelli’s swimsuits from 40s; private rooms, for mistress’ privacy and cosiness, show bustiers and underwear from known designers. Kitchen reveals Issey Miyake’s garments created with unsual materials, such as jute and rough hemp usually used for sacks.
An afernoon rich in fashion and style!
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