Hebanon at Salotto di Milano during the Milan Fashion week

The exclusive shopping house of the Quadrilatero della Moda, a cult place for Made in Italy excellences, Il Salotto di Milano in Via della Spiga 2, from today will also host us by Hebanon Fratelli Basile – 1830.

The Salotto will host some Hebanon collections ranging from luxury design inspired by the hollywoodian atmospheres of the ’30s and’ 40s to the minimal design of “Fossile” up to the Cult products of Hebanon Fratelli Basile – 1830 such as Gallery and Cubo, which led the way for geometric Design through the rediscovery of the ancient cabinetmakers arts, in particular those of inlay.

On the occasion of the inauguration of the Milan Fashion week, Il Salotto will be the theater of the exhibition “Timeless Beauty” works in images created by the famous fashion photographer Marco Marezza.

All the works on display are part of the book “VIAGGIO in TOSCANA” of which Marezza is the author, the book has been sponsored by the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, by the Tuscany Region and by ARTEX.

Marco Marezza, who boasts an international career, has dealt with important commercial projects and advertising campaigns for prestigious contexts such as: GIORGIO ARMANI, GIANFRANCO FERRE, VALENTINO, ALESSANDRO DELL’ACQUA, CHOPARD. In these works the author marks and tells “an original woman, in which places, people and objects interact in a personal language that transmits joy and amazement, grace and beauty contaminated by the surrounding territory.

The exhibition signed by Marezza is just one of the events that reserve the rich program of events for the autumn / winter of the Milan Lounge.

The “Luxury Shopping House”, directed by Paolo Gelmi, is an innovative art and design scenario to promote Made in Italy and high-profile events, an ideal setting and meeting place for the Milan “city of the world”.
Vernissage by invitation 11 September from 18:00 to 21:00 during the Milano fashion week;
From 14 September to 10 October 2018 open to the public.

From 14 September to 10 October the exhibition will be open from 15:00 to 18:00 from Monday to Friday.
Saturday and Sunday only in the morning from 11:00 to 14 on prior appointment.