Cinemaddosso: Annamode’s costumes from Cinecittà to Hollywood
An exhibition at the National Cinema Museum in Turin tells the talent, creativity and craftsmanship of Sartoria Annamode who, since the 1950s, has created the clothes that have made our costume designers famous worldwide
Audrey Hepburn, Fanny Ardant, Kirsten Dunst. They are some of the stars who wore the costumes of the famous Roman tailoring Annamode protagonist of an extraordinary open (online) in Turin.
il Museo Nazionale del Cinema ospita Cinemaddosso, da Cinecittà a Hollywood i costumi di Annamode,
which celebrates the extraordinary history of the Annamode tailoring, Italian excellence, from the 1950s to today, in the creation of clothes for large national and international film productions.
A precious opportunity to relive the origins of an unrepeatable season where talent, creativity and craftsmanship were able to cross Italian borders. Until conquering Hollywood.
The exhibition Cinemaddosso
it is available online to the public, free of charge, and is narrated with videos, insights, texts and hypertexts, curiosities and teaching cards.
Every Thursday, both on the website and on the social networks of the Museum, the different sections of the exhibition will be illustrated, in a sort of multimedia and interactive online catalog.
Forse qualche sirmionese ricorderà che nel 2006 Palazzo Callas Exhibitions ospitò la mostra, organizzata dal Comune di Sirmione,
Fashionset, La moda del ‘900 sul set – Omaggio alla sartoria Annamode ’68 Rome
Mostra di costumi cinematografici e televisivi