The masters of costume design. Marie-Jeanne Lecca.

On the occasion of very applauded Riccardo Zandonai’s Francesca da Rimini which will be on stage at Teatro alla Scala until May 13, Operafashion met the highly respected costume designer Marie-Jeanne Lecca.   Marie-Jeanne Lecca lives in London and works extensively in Opera. Marie-Jeanne received the Martinu Medal for "Julietta" and "The Greek Passion" and was nominated by... Continue Reading →

The masters of costume design. Giuseppe Palella.

On the occasion of Vivaldi’s Orlando Furioso which will be performed on April 13 – 21 at Teatro Malibran in Venice, Operafashion met the imaginative costume designer Giuseppe Palella.   What was your education? “My education is unusual and atypical for those who do my job. I studied in Bologna – sculpture at the School of […]

The masters of costume design. Alessandro Lai.

With this interview, I start a series of portraits of directors, costume designers and set designers who contribute to the success of the most acclaimed productions in opera houses all over the world. In collaboration with "PressRoom", we interviewed the costume designer Alessandro Lai.   After his classical study, Alessandro Lai worked as assistant in... Continue Reading →

A unique “Traviata” signed by Valentino Haute Couture in Valencia

Last night at Palau de les Arts Reina Sofìa in Valencia was staged the premiere of La Traviata, beloved opera by Giuseppe Verdi. A production of the Teatro dell'Opera in Roma and the Foundation of Valentino Garavani and Giancarlo Giammetti. A new chapter of the storied opera La Traviata with stage costumes designed by the Maison Valentino. Maria... Continue Reading →

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