The 30th Anniversary of the legendary Moschino label has been marked with an exhibition of some of the late Franco Moschino's paintings. This is a rare opportunity to gander at art originally created for the labels 1989/1990 Autumn/Winter campaign and for the 10th Anniversary of the fashion house. All the paintings give an insight into the vision of the late designer's fascination with Surrealism and Dadaism, which successfully flowed into his fashion collections. Fashion paintings are a given, but other subjects are touched upon, including cultural relations, Romanticism and even the parody of the famous René Magritte painting "The Son of Man". The exhibition is held at one of Rome's illustrious shopping strips, right near the landmark Piazza Di Spagna, until 31st January.
View the complete series of paintings at www.cameramoda.it
Images courtesy of Camera Moda