A diva among the skyscrapers of Los Angeles – Una diva fra i grattacieli di Los Angeles

The Los Angeles Opera House celebrated the bicentenary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth by staging his last work, composed in 1893 – “Falstaff.” Among the singers, directed by Maestro James Conlon, the soprano Carmen Giannattasio in the role of Alice Ford. After the rehearsal …… all the cast gathered at the Roof Garden of the exclusive Standard Hotel. For the occasion, Carmen wore a jersey and lurex striped short dress with matching cardigan by Patrizia Pepe. She paired it with a steel blue trench by SportMax by Maxmara. The accessories included a red lacquered bone necklace with Swarovski crystals by Etro, Valentino Garavani powder blue lace-up shoes in perforated suede and a Rockstud red leather clutch by Valentino as well, with the front flap embellished with golden pyramid studs. A perfect fashion victim!

La Los Angeles Opera House ha ricordato il bicentenario della nascita di Giuseppe Verdi mettendo in scena l’ultima opera da lui composta nel 1893: “Falstaff”. Nel cast, guidato dal maestro James Conlon, figura il soprano Carmen Giannattasio nel ruolo di Alice Ford. Dopo la prova generale del 8 novembre, tutto il cast ha festeggiato al Roof Garden dell’esclusivo “The Standard” Hotel. Per l’occasione, Carmen Giannattasio ha indossato un abito corto – con cardigan coordinato – a righe colorate in jersey e lurex di Patrizia Pepe. Sopra, un trench blu acciaio di SportMax by Maxmara. Assolutamente fashion gli accessori: un collier rigido in osso, laccato color rosso, illuminato da strass swarovski di Etro; le scarpe “francesine” in suede traforato color blu polvere di Valentino Garavani così come la cluth “Rockstud” in pelle rossa, con patta frontale circondata da borchie dorate a forma di piramide e cinghia-bracciale borchiata e staccabile. Da perfetta fashion victim!

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