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You begin to make fashion - the exhibition in Sanremo in homage to Raffaella Carrà's dresses From the snug and scandalous mini-jumpsuits of the 60s to the triumphs of ruffles of the 80s, from optical to ostentatious red, her favorite color, Raffaella Carrà was also unique in style. (HANDLE)

From the snug and scandalous mini-jumpsuits of the 60s to the triumphs of ruffles of the 80s, from optical to ostentatious red, her favorite color,

Raffaella Carrà

was also unique in style.

It is no coincidence that she is called A far la moda tu begins the exhibition that celebrates her on the occasion of the 73rd Sanremo Festival, highlighting the fashion aspect of the most loved showgirl on Italian TV.

It will be open from 6 to 12 February at Forte Santa Tecla in Sanremo, with a special showcase also at the Casino where the press works.

Rai, with Rai Creativa and the Municipality of Sanremo, launched the event, with the Rai director Paola Di Pietro who edited all the "emotional" films and videos from Rai Teche,

Stefano Rianda

oversaw the stylistic choice.

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    "In the exhibition - De Angelis tells ANSA - there are clothes from the Rai tailoring, about thirty precious costumes especially from the 60s by Milleluci, the tuca tuca, by Canzonissima, eight of these are set up in the 'showcase' inside the Casino and then there are another thirty dresses from the Carrà Collection by two Salernitans, Vincenzo Mola and Giovanni Gioia who only gave us the clothes they keep in a warehouse like relics of the fans they are. They have 350, many from the following decades from the 70s to today.They bought them in bulk from Mayer's GP11 - one of the most important artistic tailors in the world, which made the costumes for many films such as Sofia Coppola's Marie Antoinette and the historical ones for Renato Zero, Carrà and Cuccarini ,ed - for six months I courted them until I convinced them to participate in this tribute with 34 dresses that I chose from among the most spectacular and which have been meticulously restored". And then Stefano Rianda who worked alongside the various costume designers and alongside Raffaella Carrà from


onwards, including Spain.

There are also two other fabulous dresses and many memorabilia that normally animate the Rai Radio and TV Museum in Via Verdi in Turin, for the occasion and only temporarily transferred to the Riviera.

Among these are two very precious dresses from Canzonissima '71 and Canzonissima '74 loaned for the occasion by Turin.

    Rianda explains to ANSA: "With clothes we tell the not always easy path of a transgressive and free person:

Corrado Colabucci

he held it at baptism, with Vergottini who made it an icon for the bob hairstyle, but there were difficulties with the black and white clothes between the end of the 60s and the beginning of the 70s because there was a veto, you had to be chaste and it was not easy to impose miniskirts and skimpy dresses on the first Rai channel to enhance her figure as a sexy housewife as many journalists called her in those years.

Then from 1978 the era of

Luca Sabatelli began,

Italy had changed with less vetoes from censorship and was able to offer the public his much more eccentric, colorful, risky costumes for the fashion of the time, which met with great success and an increasingly sexy image.

Raffaella was the first star to have stage dresses with Swarovski crystals and she was very proud of it."

    The stylistic collage is a journey that starts from black and white TV and moves on to her favorite and worn colors: white, gold, red, cornflower blue, sequins, black, declined between jackets, evening costumes and overalls from optical to super chic.


Source: ansa

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