Gianfranco Ferré | Biografia

Gianfranco Ferré (Legnano, 15 agosto 1944 – Milano, 17 giugno 2007) è stato uno stilista italiano, esponente del made in Italy.
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1996 - Gianfranco Ferré al finale dell'ultima sfilata di Dior Couture

1996 - Gianfranco Ferré al finale dell'ultima sfilata di Dior Couture

Gianfranco Ferré si iscrive alla facoltà di Architettura al Politecnico di Milano dove si laurea nel 1969, discutendo una tesi sulla “Metodologia dell’approccio alla composizione”, relatore l’arch. Franco Albini.

Gianfranco Ferré si iscrive alla facoltà di Architettura al Politecnico di Milano dove si laurea nel 1969, discutendo una tesi sulla “Metodologia dell’approccio alla composizione”, relatore l’arch. Franco Albini.

1974 - During his stays in Italy, Gianfranco Ferré did free-lance work designing accessories for prominent fashion names such as Walter Albini and Christiane Bailly. His swimsuits debuted on the catwalk at the “MareModa Capri” event, winning a prize that marked the first of many the designer would earn throughout the course of his career.  In 1974, Gianfranco Ferré began designing his first collections, hosting his first fashion shows, in particular for the “Courlande” label

1974 - During his stays in Italy, Gianfranco Ferré did free-lance work designing accessories for prominent fashion names such as Walter Albini and Christiane Bailly. His swimsuits debuted on the catwalk at the “MareModa Capri” event, winning a prize that marked the first of many the designer would earn throughout the course of his career. In 1974, Gianfranco Ferré began designing his first collections, hosting his first fashion shows, in particular for the “Courlande” label

1975 - Gianfranco Ferré fell literally under the spell of India, a land where he consolidated his professional training and embarked on his creative path. From India he learned a fundamental lesson of life, all about the colors, scents and shapes forming a whole with feelings, sensations and emotions. It’s a lesson that he would later transfer to and instill inextricably in his collections, through his own remarkable way of reminiscing and remembering.

1975 - Gianfranco Ferré fell literally under the spell of India, a land where he consolidated his professional training and embarked on his creative path. From India he learned a fundamental lesson of life, all about the colors, scents and shapes forming a whole with feelings, sensations and emotions. It’s a lesson that he would later transfer to and instill inextricably in his collections, through his own remarkable way of reminiscing and remembering.

1974 - Gianfranco Ferré began designing his first collections for the “Baila” label, the latter which belonged to Franco Mattioli, a Bolognese industrialist who in 1978 would become his business partner.

1974 - Gianfranco Ferré began designing his first collections for the “Baila” label, the latter which belonged to Franco Mattioli, a Bolognese industrialist who in 1978 would become his business partner.

1989-1990 - Gianfranco Ferré durante la finale della collezione Dior Couture A/I

1989-1990 - Gianfranco Ferré durante la finale della collezione Dior Couture A/I

1989 - Gianfranco Ferré was appointed Artistic Director of Christian Dior for the women’s Haute Couture, Prêt à Porter and Fourrure (Fur) lines

1989 - Gianfranco Ferré was appointed Artistic Director of Christian Dior for the women’s Haute Couture, Prêt à Porter and Fourrure (Fur) lines

1951 - Gianfranco Ferré a scuola

1951 - Gianfranco Ferré a scuola

Gianfranco Ferré e la classe della maturità - 1963

Gianfranco Ferré e la classe della maturità - 1963

1973 - The young architect-designer Gianfranco Ferré made the first of his many trips to India, where up until 1977 he spent long periods working for the Genoa-based San Giorgio Impermeabili clothing company owned by the Borelli family. In India he designed and had manufactured the company’s “Ketch” collection.

1973 - The young architect-designer Gianfranco Ferré made the first of his many trips to India, where up until 1977 he spent long periods working for the Genoa-based San Giorgio Impermeabili clothing company owned by the Borelli family. In India he designed and had manufactured the company’s “Ketch” collection.

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