Fendi will open a new public exhibition tomorrow, entitled Making Dreams, dedicated to its long-standing relationship with cinema. The Italian label - which showed in Milan yesterday - has created the costumes for films such as Evita, The Royal Tenenbaums and The Age of Innocence, also dressed the Bond girls in Die Another Day.
Clips from these films will be on show, as will the costumes themselves - including archive furs. The display will also feature photographs of the five Fendi sisters, taken by Lord Snowdon.
The showcase, curated by Patrick Kinmonth and Antonio Monfreda, will be held in Milan's Cinema Manzoni - one of Italy's most beautiful cinemas - from tomorrow until October 6. Entry is free.