Inspired by: Federico Fellini

Inspired by: Federico Fellini

The versions of events are continually modified, so as not to bore us. (F.Fellini)

 

Italian director, screenwriter and writer, the great Federico Fellini is considered one of the most influential personalities in the history of world cinema.

Born in Rimini in 1920, he met in 1944 another famous director, Roberto Rossellini, with whom he directed “Roma città aperta”, the masterpiece promoter of the Italian neorealist movement. One of Fellini’s most important works was certainly “La dolce vita”, played by Marcello Mastroianni, Anouk Aimée and Anita Ekberg. Fellini won several Oscars for “La strada”, “Le notti di Cabiria”, “8 1/2” and “Amarcord” as well as an Oscar for his career.

The onirism and the autobiography, the lights and the photography, the restlessness and the imagination that permeate his masterpieces are the characteristics that made him famous.

A fascinating and complex personality that inspired the gloves “Federico”, classic man model in nappa leather sewn by hand – lined cashmere.

 

Gloves Federico: https://www.andreanoshop.com/prodotto/modello-federico/?lang=en

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