In 2015, Georgio Armani opened Armani/Silos, an exhibition space in Milan dedicated to the designer’s fashion designs from the past 40 years. The museum, which was converted from an old Nestlé silo—hence the name—plays host to a permanent exhibition of Armani’s own designs.
From now until the end of July, Armani/Silos will also display The Beats and The Vanities, Larry Fink.
This new exhibit comprises of 125 original black and white photographs from two of Fink’s iconic books: The Beats and The Vanities. “I am really pleased that Giorgio Armani has decided to exhibit The Beats and The Vanities together,” Larry Fink says. “The pictures have more in common than might at first be obvious.”
While The Beats captures artists, writers and musicians from the Beat Movement, The Vanities is centred around socialites and famous faces, attending upscale New York parties. However, when combined, the two blend together seamlessly.
Via Harper's Bazaar AU