The Hats exhibition at the Pitti Palace is one of the events currently in program in one of the symbols of culture and art of the town. A project that will be visible to the public until 18 May 2014 and it is hosted by the Costume Gallery. An original and fascinating work, edited by Simona Fulceri and Katia Sanchioni, directed by Catherine Chiarelli, accessible seven days a week, except the first and last Monday of each month and during the 1st of May. The Hats exhibition at the Pitti Palace is open to visitors by payment, from 08:15 to 17:30 in March, and from 08:15 to 18:30 in April and May. An event not to miss, made possible by the museum’s collections, many of which were donated by private, who provide the organization over a thousand products, of which only one part is exposed.
Hats exhibition at the Pitti Palace, a journey through the fashion
The Hats exhibition at the Pitti Palace allows to admire examples made by famous names in the fashion world, among which Givenchy, Christian Dior, Chanel, John Rocha, Gianfranco Ferré, Prada, Yves Saint Laurent. In addition to these, there are the prestigious artists as Philip Treacy, Stephen Jones, Caroline Reboux, Paulette and Claude Saint-Cyr and for the first time, Italian and Florentine Millinery. The Hats exhibition at Pitti Palace is made possible by the cooperation and the promotion of numerous local and national institutions, as well as that of the Hat Consortium of Florence, active protagonist with an exhibition of many artifacts from companies heirs of the ancient Tuscan craftsmanship of the Hat Straw in Florence.
Hats exhibition at the Pitti Palace, a unique event
The Hats exhibition at the Pitti Palace is the perfect opportunity to give oneself a stay in one of the most beautiful cities in the world, rich in history, culture and art. The pleasant spring days and the many feasible routes in the territory allow us to enjoy a period of rest and fun. And there is no better place to live this experience then the Brunelleschi, the 4-star hotel located in Piazza Santa Elisabetta, a few minutes away from the Pitti Palace. Rooms and suites, some with views over the famous Brunelleschi’s Dome, are waiting for you to give a dream holiday.