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Amaranto recently launched an initiative promoting creativity and young talents at the Venice Carlton Baglioni hotel in their boutique. Among the designers were: Stephan Janson, Aquilano Rimondi and Roberta di Camerino along with Gianni Serra, Fabrizio Talia, Silvio Betterelli – winner of the talent-scouting award Who Is On Next -, Moi Multiple, Carlo Contrada, Arnoldo Battois,Matteo Thiela and Rosa Clandestino.

IL LANCIO DEL PROGETTO AMARANTO ALL’ HOTEL CARLTON BAGLIONI DI VENEZIA

Dress by Stephan Janson

 

Amaranto ha recentemente lanciato un’iniziativa che promuove la creatività ed i giovani talenti presso l’hotel Carlton Baglioni di Venezia nella loro boutique. Tra i designer si trovavano: Stephan Janson, Aquilano Rimondi and Roberta di Camerino unitamente a Gianni Serra, Fabrizio Talia, Silvio Betterelli – vincitore del concorso di talent-scouting award Who Is On Next -, Moi Multiple, Carlo Contrada, Arnoldo Battois, Matteo Thiela e Rosa Clandestino.

 

Bag by Roberta di Camerino

 

Dress by Matteo Thiela

 

 

Dress by Fabrizio Talia

 

 

Dress by Carlo Contrada, bag by Arnoldo BattoisMassimiliano Battois, a smashing Milanese jewelry designer and me

 

 

 

Matteo Thiela and me

 

 

Carlo Contrada

 

 

Fabrizio Talia and me

 

 

 

Roberta Sarchi, Valentina and me

 

 

www.amarantostyle.com

 

www.ashadedviewonfashion.com

 

Julian Schnabel going at the pre-opening of the exhibition featuring him the Venice Museum Correr

 

“Permanently becoming, Julian Schnabel and the architecture of seeing”,an exhibition, curated by Norman Rosenthal, celebrating the art of Julian Schnabel that will be held at the Venice Museum Correr from 4th June to 27th November 2011. Here it will be showcased about forty works by the eclectic artist – who is also a sculptor and bright film maker -resuming his artistic path. A not to be missed happening to enjoy the art of the New York vibrant artist.

“PERMANENTLY BECOMING, JULIAN SCHNABEL AND THE ARCHITECTURE OF SEEING” AL MUSEO CORRER DI VENEZIA

 

Julian Schnabel

 

“Permanently becoming, Julian Schnabel and the architecture of seeing”,una mostra, curata da Norman Rosenthal che celebra l’ arte di Julian Schnabel che si terrà presso il Museo Correr di Venezia dal 4 giugno al 27 novembre 2011. Ivi saranno esposti circa quaranta opere dell’eclettico artista – che è anche scultore e brillante regista – che riassume il suo percorso artistico. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare l’arte del vibrante artista newyorkese.

 

Nicoletta Fiorucci and Rula Jabreal at the Correr Museum during the pre-opening of the exhibition featuring Julian Schnabel

 

www.museiciviciveneziani.it