This summer fashion will come to the Palazzo Pitti - the largest palace of Florence - not alone, but with a large exhibition of photographs by Karl Lagerfeld. Exhibition will be open on June 14th, entitled Karl Lagerfeld - Visions of Fashion. This will be a large-scale exhibition that will reveal all the facets of the photographic talent of Karl. The exhibition will not only show Karl's best work for Vogue, it will also display conceptual advertising campaigns, his never seen creative experiments. For example, photo series, inspired by classical literature and mythology - the story of "Return of Ulysses home," or survey based on the canonical Greek novel "Daphnis and Chloe".
An anthology of unique vision fluent to Karl Lagerfeld. The exhibition will include about 200 photos, created using a variety of approaches - daguerreotype, platinum, screen and digital printing, Polaroid and other techniques, the avant-garde and retrograde. The exhibition will be located in the spacious halls of the old palazzo. The highlight of the program will be the White Hall, where supervisors will place a selection of couture pictures of Charles, printed on an almost transparent, completely weightless sheets of paper that are hanging from the stream, They will tremble in the air, recalling the elegance of delicate models on the catwalk. Anyone who was going to review men's fashion Pitt Uomo orjust a visiting guests, must visit Florence.
Text: MILES SOCHO
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