Viva Azzaro

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PHENOMENAL FASHION

Viva Azzaro

50 years of Brightness for Azzaro

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Jessica Jones. Photography by Werner Bokelberg.

Jane Birkin. Copyright, Archives D.R.

Jessica Jones. Photography by Werner Bokelberg.

Jane Birkin. Photography by Véronique Bucossi.

Irina Nikituk. Photography by Filipe Da Rocha.

Marisa Berenson and Loris Azzaro. Photography, Bianchini.

Irina Nikituk. Photography by Filipe Da Rocha.

Angie Bowie and Loris Azzaro. Copyright, Azzaro Family.

Irina Nikituk. Photography by Filipe Da Rocha.

Loris Azzaro. Copyright, Azzaro Family.

Loris Azzaro with Catherine and Béatrice Azzaro. Copyright, Azzaro family.

Carine Roitfled and Kate Moss. Photography by Mario Testino.

The Azzaro woman? A woman who imposes herself without ever being imperative, who assumes her feminity with soul, chic and freedom. A woman who doesn’t need to borrow the male closet to feel free and independent. A woman who plays with the codes of femininity while escaping from it.

Symbolic designer of the 70s, Loris Azzaro left an atypical legacy which continues to inspire the fashion world. One provocative drape, a suggestive transparency, a sensual lamé… the quintessence of the Azzaro style. This legacy will be showed for the first time through a retrospective in the Hall des Maréchaux at the Museum of Decorative Arts from April 25th till May 8th, 2018. Generous, self-taught, cosmopolitan, Loris Azzaro offers his iconoclastic vision to the service of women.

” 50 years of brightness ” offers a concentrate of provocation and freedom, by highlighting the one who knew how to sublimate women.