Opera and art of fashion: Julie Anna Lewis and her opera-scarves

Fashion and Opera always make a winning combination! The American visual artist Julie Anna Lewis agree on that. After having won numerous awards for her work as graphic designer, since 2009 Julie Anna has been enchanted by watercolor, oil and acrylic painting. Eventually arriving at her preference of the quick and satifying results of acrylic.... Continue Reading →

“Beauty is what gives us emotions”: word of Mara Casasola

Her career as make up artist starts in 2003 when she obtains the make up artist certificate at BCM Milan Academy.From then on, Mara Casasola collaborates with the most important and prestigious cosmetic companies becoming trainer and International Make Up Artist. The Milanese fashion sector allows her to enter in the world of fashion as... Continue Reading →

With Eleonora Buratto behind the scenes of “la Prima” at the Teatro alla Scala

On December 7th , 2020, a really unique "Prima" took place at the Teatro alla Scala. It was the first grand opening without an audience, the first without an opera title, the first made for TV only. The musical journey started with the theme of Rigoletto's curse ("Cortigiani vil razza dannata...") and ended with the... Continue Reading →

Behind the scenes of “Nabucco” at the Festival Verdi: the costume designer Gianluca Sbicca

During a career spanning 19 years, Gianluca Sbicca has created the costumes for some theater production. In 2001 he began an artistic partnership with Luca Ronconi which continued for 15 years until his last production Lehman Trilogy. His talent and artistry have earned his UBU Award for the work in Il Ratto d'Europa (2012) directed... Continue Reading →

An unusual interview with Elena Mosuc

Elena Mosuc is considered by international critics among the most expressive and versatile sopranos of Belcanto. She will be Mimì in "La Boheme" at Puccini Festival 2018 in the new production directed by Alfonso Signorini and the conduction of Alberto Veronesi. The Primadonna granted an interview to Operafashion with a lot of music, memories and fashion! What... Continue Reading →

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