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The knitwear maching, photo by N

The knitwear maching, photo by N

 My visit to the Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia followed and featured the knitwear machines, the many collections produced yesterday by Miss Deanna (as Armani knitwear, Kenzo, Adriennne Vittadini, Pour Toi, brand which evokes my adolescence and many others) as well as the menswear and womenswear collections of many renowned today and yesterday brands. A smashing place to lose oneself between colors and prints, textiles and embroideries. Here it is showcased creations that marked an age, precious means to observe fashion and draw new ideas and inspirations to make, create. A vibrant place to visit and come back to enjoy fashion culture.

CULTURA DELLA MODA: LA MIA VISITA ALLA MODATECA DEANNA (2)

The knitwear machine, photo by N

The knitwear machine, photo by N

La mia visita alla Modateca Deanna a Reggio Emilia è proseguita ed ha avuto quali protagoniste le macchine da maglieria, le plurime collezioni prodotte ieri da Miss Deanna (come la maglieria di Armani, Kenzo, Adriennne Vittadini, Pour Toi, brand che evoca la mia adolescenza e molti altri) come anche le collezioni di abbigliamento uomo e donna di plurimi rinomati marchi di ieri e di oggi. Un formidabile luogo per perdersi tra colori e stampe, tessuti e ricami. Ivi sono esposte creazioni che hanno segnato un’ epoca, preziosi strumenti per osservare la moda e trarre nuove idee e ispirazioni per fare, creare. Un vibrante luogo da visitare e in cui tornare per apprezzare la cultura della moda.

Deanna's knitwear machine, photo by N

Deanna’s knitwear machine, photo by N

 

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, ohoto by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

 

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, sweater I also own, memory of my adolescence photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, sweater I also own, memory of my adolescence photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, another memory from adolescence, my favorite t-shirt, the only difference is the color, the t-shirt  I wore at the age of 15 was black, photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, another memory from adolescence, my favorite t-shirt, the only difference is the color, the t-shirt I wore at the age of 15 was black, photo by N

 

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Pour Toi at the Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

I never appreciated since childhood the stuffed animal, but this one at the Modateca Deanna was so funny, photo by Jessica Carlini

I never appreciated since childhood the stuffed animal, but this one at the Modateca Deanna was so funny, photo by Jessica Carlini

 

A short break featuring, chocolate, coffee and Tognana porcelain from Seventies, photo by N

A short break at the Modateca Deanna featuring, chocolate, coffee and Tognana porcelain from Seventies, photo by N

 

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

Modateca Deanna, photo by N

 

Deanna Ferretti Veroni

Deanna Ferretti Veroni

 

Me and the artwork by Salvatore Fiume, photo by Jessica Carlini

Me and the artwork by Salvatore Fiume, photo by Jessica Carlini

 

 

 

www.modatecadeanna.it

Modateca Deanna, photo N

Modateca Deanna, photo N

I recently visited the Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia, suggestive cathedral of fashion culture, owned by Deanna and Sonia Ferretti Veroni (mother and sister) which is where yesterday it was the renowned knitwear company Miss Deanna, established by the brilliant, powerful, dear friend Deanna Ferretti Veroni. It was an awesome experience to spend one day – and unfortunately is not been enough – to see the library of Modateca, crowded of artworks as the canvas by Salvatore Fiume and many others, enriching its rooms. Time stops when I am in library. Many books have draws my attention and naturally the fashion magazines. A successful experience, I highly recommend of doing to students and insiders for increasing their own culture.

CULTURA DELLA MODA:LA MIA VISITA ALLA MODATECA DEANNA(1)

The library crowded by works by Salvatore Fiume

The library crowded by works by Salvatore Fiume

Ho recentemente visitato la Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia, suggestiva cattedrale di cultura della moda, di proprietà di Deanna e Sonia Ferretti Veroni (madre e sorella) che è il luogo in cui ieri si trovava la rinomata azienda di maglieria Miss Deanna, fondata dalla brillante, poderosa, cara amica Deanna Ferretti Veroni. È stata una fantastica esperienza passare una giornata – e sfortunatamente non è abbastanza – vedere la biblioteca della Modateca, affollato di opere d’ arte quali le tele di Salvatore Fiume e molti altri che arricchiscono le sue stanze. Il tempo si ferma quando sono in biblioteca. Molti libri hanno catturato la mia attenzione e naturalmente i magazine di moda. Una felice esperienza che raccomando altamente di effettuare a studenti e addetti ai lavori per accrescere la loro cultura.

Salvatore Fiume, photo by N

Salvatore Fiume, photo by N

 

Books at the library, photo by N

Books at the library, photo by N

 

Books at the library, photo by N

Books at the library, photo by N

 

Wagner über alles, photo by N

Wagner über alles, photo by N

Ho recentemente visitato la Modateca Deanna in Reggio Emilia, suggestiva cattedrale di cultura della moda, di proprietà di Deanna e Sonia Ferretti Veroni (madre e sorella) che è il luogo in cui ieri si trovava la rinomata azienda di maglieria Miss Deanna, fondata dalla brillante, poderosa, cara amica Deanna Ferretti Veroni. È stata una fantastica esperienza passare una giornata – e sfortunatamente non è abbastanza – vedere la biblioteca della Modateca, affollato di opere d’ arte quali le tele di Salvatore Fiume e molti altri che arricchiscono le sue stanze. Il tempo si ferma quando sono in biblioteca. Molti libri hanno catturato la mia attenzione e naturalmente i magazine di moda. Una felice esperienza che raccomando altamente di effettuare a studenti e addetti ai lavori per accrescere la loro cultura.

Richard Wagner, photo by N

Richard Wagner, photo by N

 

Brunhilde on the stage, photo bt N

Brunhilde on the stage, photo by N

 

Wagner on stage, photo by N

Wagner on stage, photo by N

 

The library, photo by N

The library, photo by N

 

Sketches by Krizia, photo by N

Sketches by Krizia, photo by N

 

 

Krizia, photo by N

Krizia, photo by N

 

L. Fiume, photo by N

L. Fiume, photo by N

 

Simonetta Gianfelici, photo by N

Simonetta Gianfelici, photo by N

 

Catalogues of fashion shows, photo by N

Catalogues of fashion shows, photo by N

 

Catalogues of fashion shows, photo by N

Catalogues of fashion shows, photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

 

photo by N

photo by N

 

A smashing yesterday magazine ft. Uma Thurman on its cover, photo by N

A smashing yesterday magazine ft. Uma Thurman on its cover, photo by N

 

A magazine making me think about the one and only Roberta Valentini, photo by N

A magazine making me think about the one and only Roberta Valentini, photo by N

 

One of the first fashion magazines I read, photo by N

One of the first fashion magazines I read during my childhood, photo by N

 

I-D  magazine, photo by N

I-D magazine, photo by N

 

One my favorite magazines, photo by N

One of my favorite magazines which has the merit of having the name of a track by Led Zeppelin, photo by N

 

 

And inside Dazed and Confused, the aristocracy of underground: Genesis P-Orridge, seen by Luke Wilson, photo by N

And inside Dazed & Confused, the aristocracy of underground: Genesis P-Orridge, seen by Luke Wilson, photo by N

 

 

Words by Genesis P-Orridge, photo by N

Words by Genesis P-Orridge, photo by N

 

 

 

Genesis P-Orridge on Dazed & Confused, talking about changes and the cut-up by Burroughs and Gysin, photo by N

Genesis P-Orridge on Dazed & Confused, talking about changes and the cut-up by Burroughs and Gysin, photo by N

 

 

 

Me, myself and I at the library, photo by N

Me, myself and I at the library, photo by N

 

 

www.modatecadeanna.it

Gallo di ferro, oil on canvas by Salvatore Fiume

It will be held from 24th October to 23rd December 2012 in Milan at the Palazzo Pirelli Palace – where it is placed the office of Lombardia Region – the exhibition “The identities of Salvatore Fiume”, curated by Alan Jones, Elena Pontiggia, Laura and Luciano Fiume, promoted by Lombardia Region and Salvatore Fiume Foundation which will feature about 50 works created between the Forties and Nineties – drawings, paintings and sculptures – by the eclectic Salvatore Fiume who has been sculptor, visual artist, architect, set designer and poet. A not to be missed happening to enjoy an unforgettable artist.

“LE IDENTITÀ DI SALVATORE FIUME” PRESSO IL PALAZZO PIRELLI DI MILANO

Salvatore Fiume, Deanna Ferretti Veroni and the portrait of her on canvas he made

Si terrà dal 24ottobre al 23 dicembre 2012 a Milano presso il Palazzo Pirelli – in cui sono ubicati gli uffici della Regione Lombardia – la mostra “Le identità di Salvatore Fiume”, curata da Alan Jones, Elena Pontiggia, Laura e Luciano Fiume, promossa dalla Regione Lombardia e la Fondazione Salvatore Fiume di cui saranno protagoniste circa 50 opere create tra gli anni Quaranta e gli anni Novanta – disegni, dipinti e sculture – dell’ eclettico scultore, artista, architetto, scenografo e poeta Salvatore Fiume. Un evento imperdibile per apprezzare un indimenticabile artista.

www.regionelombardia.it