Armani Hosts Film Series on “Extraordinary Lives” in Film, Music, and Art
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Armani is a longtime filmmaking enthusiast, who sees cinema as a continuous source of inspiration.
Fashion designer Giorgio Armani is hosting a film series titled “Vite Straordinarie,” or “Extraordinary Lives,” at Armani/Silos, a fashion art museum in Milan.
This film series began in mid-June. Six biographical pictures about the lives of influential people in cinema, music, and photography are being featured. The objective is to study the psychology of the creativity of these people. Armani believes these biopics are a good way to see the lives of people we know only by their work and learn about how they create.
The influential people featured in the film series include filmmaker David Lynch, director Elia Kazan, actor Marlon Brando, jazz musician Chet Baker, photographer Vivian Maier, and photographer Sebastião Salgado.
Armani is a longtime filmmaking enthusiast, who sees cinema as a continuous source of inspiration. He has designed costumes for many movies over the years, including “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “A Most Violent Year,” “Ocean’s Thirteen,” “The Tuxedo,” “The Untouchables,” and “American Gigolo,” among many others.