Istituto Marangoni: Everywhere, Here, Nowhere fashion and art show

Istituto Marangoni: Everywhere, Here, Nowhere fashion and art show

Last night, Istituto Marangoni Firenze celebrated some of the best works by its students with a one-off fashion show at Florence’s Marino Marini Museum.

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Thu 16 Jun 2022 12:10 PM

Last night, Istituto Marangoni Firenze celebrated some of the best works by its students with a one-off fashion show at Florence’s Marino Marini Museum.

The new Everywhere, Here, Nowhere format highlighted the synergy of art and fashion, offering students a new vision of two merging worlds in conjunction with the 102nd Pitti Immagine Uomo trade show. The striking venue of the Marino Marini Museum provided an original catwalk as the low ceilings were painted with the light of the metaverse, while the room where the runway took place proved elegant, bringing the museum alive and vibrant with up-to-the-minute culture.

The basement of the Marino Marini Museum acted as the centrepiece for the show, displaying video installations and augmented reality artwork by multimedia arts students. The ground floor, on the other hand, hosted the fashion show among the museum’s sculptures, with creations by the best fashion design students selected by an international jury. The collections came alive within an all-encompassing digital experience generated by artificial intelligence: flowers, natural elements, landscapes and abstract images created places that exist only where reality and digital perspective meet.

The students excelled with their trademark daring wearability, which is very now and new, but also possible in anyone’s wardrobe. Modern and techno materials blended with dressy looks and tailored lines in a mix that stays close to the market with the distinctive spark of youthfulness.

See the Fashion & Art Show on Istituto Marangoni’s Instagram.

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