TOMBINI ART 2015

24 tombini delle strade del quadrilatero della moda interpretati dagli stilisti che hanno portato nel mondo la moda italiana. Milano è Moda, Design... e tanta generosità.
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Tombini Art 2015 by DSquared2

Tombini Art 2015 by DSquared2

Tombini Art 2015 by Just Cavalli

Tombini Art 2015 by Just Cavalli

Tombini Art 2015 by Salvatore Ferragamo

Tombini Art 2015 by Salvatore Ferragamo

Tombini Art 2015 by Alberta Ferretti

Tombini Art 2015 by Alberta Ferretti

Tombini Art 2015 by Giorgio Armani

Tombini Art 2015 by Giorgio Armani

Tombini Art 2015 by Laura Biagiotti

Tombini Art 2015 by Laura Biagiotti

Tombini Art 2015 by Emilio Pucci

Tombini Art 2015 by Emilio Pucci

Tombini Art 2015 by Prada

Tombini Art 2015 by Prada

Tombini Art 2015 by Brunello Cucinelli

Tombini Art 2015 by Brunello Cucinelli

Tombini Art 2015 by Istituto Marangoni

Tombini Art 2015 by Istituto Marangoni


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Missoni - Italy’s most important fashion designers take their craft from the catwalk to the streets by way of innovative art installation “Above the Below – Manhole Cover Art and the Wired City.” The project, which includes the likes of Prada, Pucci, Missoni and other Italian fashion powerhouses, features 24 decorated manhole covers installed along Milan’s central streets of Via Montenapoleone and Via Sant’Andrea.

Missoni - Italy’s most important fashion designers take their craft from the catwalk to the streets by way of innovative art installation “Above the Below – Manhole Cover Art and the Wired City.” The project, which includes the likes of Prada, Pucci, Missoni and other Italian fashion powerhouses, features 24 decorated manhole covers installed along Milan’s central streets of Via Montenapoleone and Via Sant’Andrea.

Versace - Italy’s most important fashion designers take their craft from the catwalk to the streets by way of innovative art installation “Above the Below – Manhole Cover Art and the Wired City.” The project, which includes the likes of Prada, Pucci, Missoni and other Italian fashion powerhouses, features 24 decorated manhole covers installed along Milan’s central streets of Via Montenapoleone and Via Sant’Andrea.

Versace - Italy’s most important fashion designers take their craft from the catwalk to the streets by way of innovative art installation “Above the Below – Manhole Cover Art and the Wired City.” The project, which includes the likes of Prada, Pucci, Missoni and other Italian fashion powerhouses, features 24 decorated manhole covers installed along Milan’s central streets of Via Montenapoleone and Via Sant’Andrea.

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