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There’s a new stop on one of the most Milan Luxury avenues, Via della Spiga. Dolce e Gabbana, the Italian famous fashion designers duo, pay homage to singer Renata Tebaldi with a creative window display! In case you want to do shopping in milan, enjoy this milan shop windows!
In the occasion of the opera season opening at Teatro alla Scala in Milan, Dolce&Gabbana pays homage to the unforgettable Italian opera singer Renata Tebaldi with a special window display at the Spiga 2 boutique in Milan.
In the occasion of Teatro alla Scala opera season opening on the 7th of December 2015, for Saint Ambrose’s Day, Dolce e Gabbana pays homage to the unforgettable Renata Tebaldi, one of the most beloved Italian opera singers of the twentieth century, appreciated not only in Italy but also abroad, who made audiences literally dream with her performances at the famous theatre in Milan.
For the occasion, the italian fashion designers duo, Dolce e Gabbana Via della Spiga 2 boutique’s windows will turn for 2 weeks into a sort of imaginary stage, recreating a proscenium that will display Renata Tebaldi’s most memorable stage costumes along with iconic images representing the opera singer during her performances and in some private moments.
All the dresses and antiques will come directly from the Museo Renata Tebaldi in Busseto to tell the incredible story of the woman whom Italian conductor Arturo Toscanini used to call voce d’angelo (voice of an angel) and who made audiences dream with her outstanding performances, since that first time at Teatro alla Scala when she sang at the concert, which marked the reopening of the theatre after World War II.
So if you happen to be in Milan luxury avenus, head to Via della Spiga 2 to admire Dolce&Gabbana’s tribute in their store windows, which recreates a theatrical atmosphere with platforms entirely decorated with motifs inspired by the original decorations of those you can find at Teatro alla Scala, along with some unique original objects and furniture belonging to historic opera scenic design coming from the Milanese theater.
This is the opportunity to see top fashion designers ideas and spot the best of italian fashion!