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Sustainable Thinking at Salvatore Ferragamo Museum

May 21 2020
Fashion Art

Protecting the environment is one of the main goals of the fashion, art and design industry.
The Salvatore Ferragamo Museum since 2016 is Italy's first Green corporate museum, as it has taken part in the Museimpresa Green initiative, promoted by Confindustria, Federturismo, and Museimpresa with the aim to create the first network in the world of sustainable company museums and has obtained the international certification ISO 14064.

This Museum is a leading italian museum of important initiatives created to spread the culture of sustainability. Art and Fashion are strongly connected and beautiful initiatives come out when they reach a common balance and goal.

The Salvatore Ferragamo Museum's exhibition “Sustainable Thinking” obtains in 2019 the ISO 20121 international certification, which specifies requirements for an event sustainability management system.

After the Covid-19, this exhibition has reopened to the public in Palazzo Spini Feroni, Florence (IT) until the 16th of January 2021, upon reservation.
It will guest also workshop and collateral projects based on the Sustainability topic. International artists and fashion designers expose their works giving their perspective on recycling and rethinking a way of connection between men, manufacturing and nature to be translated in a tangible productivity.

Stefania Ricci, Ferragamo Museum and Foundation director has curated the exhibition project with the participation of Giusy Bettoni, Arabella S. Natalini, Sara Sozzani Maino e Marina Spadafora.

Ethic fashion is the keyword to learn while visiting Sustainable Thinking exhibition.

More > “Sustainable Thinking”.
Salvatore Ferragamo Museum
Entrance: Palazzo Spini Feroni
Piazza Santa Trinita 5/R, 50123 Florence.
Until 16th January, 2021 - Monday to Saturday, 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m.
The exhibition continues in Sala delle Udienze in Palazzo Vecchio and Museo Novecento.

Contact to book your reservation.:
phone : +39 055 3562846 / +39 055 3562466
e-mail : receptionmuseoferragamo. museoferragamo.