• A mannequin to interpret thirty years of fashion and the style of more than 100 brands, from luxury labels to sportswear

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These are The Fairy and Monsieur, a female and a male mannequin that can be transformed into sartorial bustforms and viceversa, chosen for the exhibition Italiana. Italy through the lens of fashion 1971 – 2001 at Palazzo Reale in Milan until 6 May.

La Rosa Mannequins 1922 sponsors the great exhibition on Italian fashion at Palazzo Reale in Milan, from February 22 to May 6, 2018’. Italiana. Italy through the lens of fashion 1971 – 2001 curated by Maria Luisa Frisa and Stefano Tonchi is an exhibition that celebrates 60 years of National Chamber of Italian Fashion and that chose La Rosa as partner for the role of paramount importance that the Milanese company had in the birth of prêt-à-porter and in the affirmation of Italian fashion the world over.

Its creativity, ability to develop innovative products and a line of production entirely made in Italy paved the way for the design of mannequins that have identified the iconic style of Gianni Versace, Giorgio Armani, Valentino, and Gianfranco Ferrè, laying the foundation for the reputation of Italian products.

La Rosa is an exemplar of Italian entrepreneurship. Its leadership on the market is celebrated by this important exhibition that involves about 150 Q Fabric and R Fabric mannequins with easymoving system, sartorial bustforms, and ghost mannequins made to disappear in iconic cultural dresses by Krizia and Cinzia Ruggeri.

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Monsieur

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