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Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit

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Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit

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Sed ut perspiciatis unde omnis iste natus error sit

Edition 2018

Edition 2018
Florence
24 - 25 March
13.000

Visitors

14

Places

Florence
discovers
the fashion ateliers

  • Amedei
  • Aquaflor
  • Acquazzurra
  • Emilio Pucci
  • Enrico Coveri
  • Ermanno Scervino
  • Gucci Garden
  • Lorenzo Villoresi
  • Loretta Caponi
  • Museo della Moda e del Costume di Palazzo Pitti
  • Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
  • Officina Profumo Farmaceutica Di Santa Maria Novella
  • Stefano Ricci
  • Antico Setificiofiorentino

For two days, on the 24th and 25th March 2018, Florence opened the doors of its historic fashion houses and its extraordinary ateliers to the public for free visits. For the first time, it was possible to see what’s hidden in its palaces, in its enchanted courtyards, in the workshops where unique crafts are preserved – here, where world-renowned creations are born.

The irresistible blend of beauty, eye for detail, artistic genius and craftsmanship, which are the original ingredients of Italian Style, is one of the most powerful symbols of our country. And if fashion permeates our cities, from Milan to Rome, there is a place where its highest expression has established itself and went on to influence international scene. That city is Florence, which saw the birth of Italian fashion in the Sala Bianca of Palazzo Pitti in 1951.

ApritiModa Florence has unveiled a heritage that the city has been able to preserve over the years, to enhance it and blend it with the other symbols of its inimitable and aristocratic beauty. Florentines, tourists and lovers of beauty, on a weekend of early spring, crossed the sacred places of the city – the Lungarno, the typical Florentine borghi, the squares, the streets with names full of history, Pucci and de ‘Bardi – discovering where the Italian savoir-faire is born, prospered, preserved and where it still becomes a product today.