The illustrious historical past of Fendi has lengthy been intertwined with the silver display screen: whether or not by staging style exhibits at Cinecitta or designing costumes for Luchino Visconti and Wes Anderson, the model is traditionally embedded in cinematic tradition. In any case, defined Silvia Fendi in 2013, “the movement image has all the time represented an vital side of our household’s life. I keep in mind, as a toddler, that the projections had been true occasions: events when the film theatre would enter our home with white background and spiritual silence.”
That reverence has performed out accordingly and now, by a brand new exhibition entitled Fendi and the Studio, the model is revisiting a few of its biggest cinematic hits: the items which were custom-created for movies together with The Royal Tenenbaums and By no means Say By no means Once more. Staged on the home’s new Roman headquarters, it should function a collection of studios with interactive studios, inside which guests can superimpose themselves onto the silver display screen alongside its very personal Fendi cinema (with a classic Italian ticket kiosk). In homage, we revisit a few of our favorite on-screen Fendi moments, from the outré glamour of Miranda Priestly to style favorite Margot Tenenbaum.
Fendi Studios is open till June 2018 at Palazzo Della Civilta Italiana in Rome.