Cara Delevingne joined the fashion pack, including Juno Temple, Tallulah Harlech and Portia Freeman, in Milan last night as she attended the star-studded launch of Fendi’s new exhibition.
Hours after debuting their Spring Summer 2014 collection on the catwalk – led by Cara, no less – the Italian fashion label celebrated the Making Dreams: Fendi and the Cinema project, which opens in a disused Milan cinema this week.
The exhibition, curated by Patrick Kinmonth and Antonio Monfreda, will mark Fendi’s longstanding collaboration with the cinematic world, collating their work with producers, directors and costume designers.
Highlights include the display of iconic film costumes worn by the likes of Madonna in Evita, Gwyneth Paltrow in The Royal Tenenbaums and Michelle Pfeiffer in The Age of Innocence.
InStyle’s roving fashion reporters stopped by the launch in Milan last night and they weren’t disappointed!
Making Dreams: Fendi and the Cinema will be open free of charge from 21 September – 6 October at Teatro Manzoni, via Manzoni 42, Milan. JB