Despite the effects of the global pandemic, Bonaveri had a busy year supplying museums, galleries and fashion designers with mannequins and bust forms for shows and presentations. From Paris to Porto, Milan to New York, Bonaveri's mannequins were used to stage some of the world's most impressive shows - We've compiled a list of events that took place throughout 2021.
Schläppi 2200 sustainable female mannequins for Bulgari's Dubai exhibition: The Art of Craft – The Glamour of Italian Excellence. Presented in a majestic vertical open display across three levels over 8 metres tall, the exhibition’s story unfolds from the 1950s to the 2000s, and is enriched by images featuring artistic and lifestyle shots from leading fashion publications.
"Metaphors. Roberto Capucci: marvels of form” is the exhibition dedicated to the creative path of Roberto Capucci, an emblematic figure in the world of fashion, a creator of clothes that resembles architecture and sculptures of fabric. Adorning his creations are tailored busts from the Bonaveri Atelier collection.
November 17 2021 – January 9 2022
Cutoror: Gian Luca Bauzano
In collaboration with: Fondazione Roberto Capucci and Rometti
Project coordination: Fondazione Cologni dei Mestieri d’Arte
General supervision, design, set-up and production: Studiometria
In America: A Lexicon of Fashion" is on view in the Anna Wintour Costume Center until September 5, 2022: an exploration of a modern vocabulary of American fashion, as multifaceted and heterogeneous as the United States. Present among the exhibition are mannequins from Bonaveri's Schläppi 2200 collection
The second chapter of the re-signification of Maison Valentino’s codes by Creative Director Pierpaolo Piccioli, includes dresses from recent and contemporary Haute Couture collections, including Valentino Of Grace and Light, Valentino Code Temporal, Valentino Act Collection, all exhibited on Bonaveri mannequins
Olivier Theyskens' Haute Couture Spring Summer '22 Collection presentation at Paris Fashion Week using Aloof mannequins by Bonaveri.
Andrea Brocca chose Bonaveri’s dynamic Schläppi 8000 ‘Obsession’ Collection to showcase his debut couture collection during Paris Haute Couture Week.
The Porto Fashion & Fabric Museum pays tribute to Portugal’s significant contribution to fashion & textiles using a variety of Bonaveri bust forms.
BonaveriMilano hosted an exhibition featuring the latest Schläppi female collections including the newly designed Schläppi 8000 'Obsession' female mannequin.
Images below from Valentino & Olivier Theyskens presentations.