“Tribute to Versace” in Artimino has been a real success. With Grand finale Alessandro Egger one man show directly from Chiambretti night show performed on stage with the private original Jacket of Gianni Versace.
The great makeup was made from Luciano Carino and its HM Makeup Italy and the stunning pictures taken from Edoardo Tranchese from “iTranchese” Photographers
Over 400 lucky guests were treated to a spectacular parade, over 35 vintage dresses by Gianni Versace on the steps of the Villa of the Hundred Chimneys. An evening glamor but also a feast for fashion and style, and a Charity event that has seen auctioned unpublished images of Gianni Versace at work.
The first “Tribute to Versace” in Artimino brought a dozen models to parade within the steps of the Villa of the Hundred Chimneys, designed by Buontalenti a UNESCO World Heritage Site, owned and maintained in Great style from Annabella Pascale’s family.
With the first light of sunset models wore 35 dresses by Gianni Versace 80’s and 90’s.
A private collection, which also includes the jacket worn by Lady Gaga during her’s last world tour concert.
The jacket of Lady Gaga was worn by the organizer, Christine Egger, who did not have anything to envy to the American Star, indeed.
The parade, presented by Manuel Perrotta, had as protagonists the garments in the collection of Antonio Caravano (HM Make-up Italy), which includes both evening dresses worn by the supermodel of those years, from Liz Hurley Linda Evangelista or Naomi Campbell, that the colorful shirts of the collection in Miami.
On the big screen, to accompany the gentle pace of the models, including some unpublished photos of Gianni Versace to work, photographs taken by the historic photographer of the family, Roberto Granata.
Outside the Villa of the Hundred Chimneys, where to animate the arrival of the guests was a group of models was also staged a series of corners with international luxury products – including the Dutch designer jewelry Claudia Hamers, bags and shoes by My7Ways, shoes by Duccio Venturi, and luxury T-Shirts by Karmaloog Design