Fashion Culture: Istituto Marangoni: Icon of Fashion and Design

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Cristina Morozzi
Rizzoli International Publications, Incorporated, 2015 - 307 pagine
"Prefaced by Cristina Morozzi, Director of Education of Istituto Marangoni Milano The School of Design and introduced by Franca Sozzani, Editor-in-Chief of Vogue Italia the exclusive coffee table book, dedicated to the 80th Anniversary of the school, pays homage to some of the most outstanding alumni and successful professionals who have contributed to enhance the heritage of the school over these extraordinary years. A narration that recounts the creative universe of Istituto Marangoni, a selection of notes, interviews and memories as a witness of the school's dedication to nurturing the talent of future Fashion and Design professionals starting from the concept of "Made in Italy" and the legacy of Italy's craftsmanship. 65 delightful portraits shot by the master of photography Aldo Fallai complete the sketch of Istituto Marangoni's thriving years alongside fashion"--Publisher's description.

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Cristina Morozzi is a design and fashion editor, books and exhibitions curator, art director and art, fashion and design expert. Former editor-in-chief of the design magazine MODO, she is the author of both academic texts and monographs. She collaborates as image and brand consultant with fashion and design companies. Former visiting professor of the École Cantonale d'art de Lausanne and of the Domus Academy in Milan.

Aldo Fallai conquered the fashion world in the late Seventies, thanks mainly to his collaboration with Giorgio Armani, with whom he has created the most important advertising campaigns of the recent decades, thus placing his signature on some of the most exciting chapters in the history of the Made in Italy brand. The wonderful Villa Bardini located in Florence, his hometown, recently hosted a first monographic exhibition entitled Aldo Fallai. Da Giorgio Armani al Rinascimento, with more than 150 amazing pictures.

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