The spotlight falls on eco-friendly fashion at Museo Salvatore Ferragamo’s new exhibition…
When it comes to luxury fashion, one can’t deny that sustainability is not at the core of how the industry does business. However, the late Salvatore Ferragamo is revolutionary with his use of natural, recycled and innovative materials – all a part of the company’s recent experimentation with environmentally-friendly materials and techniques. He was especially creative when it came to researching and experimenting with different materials.
So today, the Museo Salvatore Ferragamo is opening the doors to its newest exhibition, titled Sustainable Thinking, dedicated to the creative and pioneering ideas of the designer.
Curated by Stefania Ricci, Director of the Salvatore Ferragamo Museum and of the Ferragamo Foundation, in collaboration with Giusy Bettoni, Arabella S. Natalini, Sara Sozzani Maino and Marina Spadafora, the exhibition is based around the very popular topic, that is sustainability.
The exhibition is set to explore the topic through an artistic and more cultural perspective. You’ll be able to see the works of several artists and international fashion designers – each of who share what their interpretation and relationship with nature.
The Ararauna dress by Salvatore FerragamoThe Sustainable Thinking exhibition will be held at Museo Salvatore Ferragamo and will run from today until March 8, 2020. This gives you plenty of time to check out the sustainability projects, seminars and workshops that will be organised alongside the exhibition.
For more information, visit Ferragamo.com/museo.
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