Tag - Costume History

Forget Kim Kardashian, Matthäus Schwarz is the first selfie addicted

Move over dear fashion influencers and aspiring Kardashians! The first and only true fashionista in history is a German man with a serious job that allows him to earn a lot of money, an impeccable sense of style in imagining his outfits to get noticed and at 29 he wasn’t ashamed to pose naked showing (indeed, highlighting) all his imperfections. The name? Matthäus Schwarz.

Matthäus Schwarz - Aged 29 1:3, 8 days - On 1st July 1526 that-was-my-real-figure-from-behind-because-I-had-become-fat-and-large - Bibliothèque Nationale, Paris copiaKim Kardashian by Goude

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Omaggio al maestro Piero Tosi. Three good reasons not to miss this exhibition

On January 25th will close “Omaggio al maestro Piero Tosi”, the exhibition curated by Caterina Chiarelli, with which the Costume Gallery of Palazzo Pitti in Florence celebrated both the Academy Honorary Award of the costume designer Piero Tosi and the 50th anniversary of the Sartoria Tirelli.

An exhibition in which the unique costumes donated to the Gallery by Umberto Tirelli in 1986, come back to life by tracing the significant stages of the long careers of Tosi and of the Tirelli costume shop, worldwide recognized as pride of the Italian cinema industry.

Omaggio al Maestro Piero Tosi

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