Expert Access: Federico Forquet – Italy’s Forgotten Master of Fashion, Interiors, and Gardens with Hamish Bowles
October 16, 2020
Vogue editor and fashion historian Hamish Bowles gave us an intimate look into the life and career of the subject of his new book, Federico Forquet. A contemporary of Valentino, Forquet modernized Italian fashion in the 1960s to worldwide acclaim. He then left fashion behind to create interiors and gardens for a host of Italy’s most prominent aristocrats, creating a style that still resonates today in the work of firms such as Studio Peregalli and Jean-Louis Deniot.
In case you missed the conversation between Hamish and Michael Boodro, click here to watch.