This part that you can see right now, this is the part that they are dyeing now. The part that they do not want to dye now they just put in the pot.
As we see, there are several colours already dyed inside the pot. It seems that at the beginning to make sure to change colours after to see exactly which parts he has to dye in blue and red and … We have also the seam that we can see in there. He has to remove a little bit at the end because of the form of the cloth.
Shoe designer, Christian Louboutin, sketches another signature red-soled creation while discussing his early inspiration – the show girls of the Folies Bergères – and a love/hate relationship with his designs. www.vam.ac.uk/shoes
Since they commenced their creative directorship of Valentino in 2008, Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli have made a point of opening the exclusive and enigmatic world of couture to a new audience. From conducting atelier visits to clarifying the importance of the relationship between an idea and its making, the duo explain how and why they are presenting a less well-known side to “Made in Italy”.