After its recent success during the Rome Film Festival, the “Scatti di Cinema & Moda” (“Shots of Cinema & Fashion”) exhibition curated by Luxury Files magazine arrived in Florence just in time for Pitti Uomo 93, whose theme was based on cinema. The photographic exhibition, shot by Fulvio Maiani, was held in the lounge of our very own Palazzo San Niccolò.
The exhibition showcased the special relationship between film and fashion, two of Italy’s finest features. Maiani used various famous Italian actors, such as Carolina Crescentini and Giorgio Pasotti, as the subjects of his photographs. Each photograph expressed a particular theme within film and fashion conveying strong emotions. The sophisticated images sat perfectly in the vintage glamour of Palazzo San Niccolò’s lounge.
Hamilton watches also were on display during the vernissage revealing its own relationship with cinema. Most may not know, but Hamilton watches have appeared in nearly 400 films over the past 60 years. Films ranging from Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey to Die Hard.
The guests enjoyed many Tuscan specialties including Savini truffles, chocolate treats by the award-winning Andrea Slitti and an exclusive selection of wines by La Tognazza. The vernissage was an overall success attended by many people within the fashion and film industry.
Video courtesy of Luxury Files magazine.
Article by Allegra de Leon Delli
Photos by Lorenzo Fanti.