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In occasion of 74th Venice International Film Festival organised by La Biennale di Venezia Fragiacomo presents a limited edition weekend bag.

Fragiacomo weekend bagis available in only 50 piecesas exclusive limited edition dedicated to the event.

The weekend bag has been designed for Venice International Film Festival in a limited edition of only 50 pieces. The bag model has been revised and embellished for the special occasion. The shape keeps essential with curve lines, but it has been enriched with a double zip closure. The shark leather dyed in black fits perfectly with the elegance of the Venice Lido nights. The weekend bag is therefore an ordinary but high-value accessory that will not be unnoticed.

Fragiacomo in the last two years has attended Venice International Film Festival together with Mimmo Rotella Foundation. The brand is indeed used to work with international cinema artists since long time: Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly and Alain Delon are only few of its famous customers. For Federico Pozzi Chiesa, chairman of the foundation, the choice of Fragiacomo was therefore natural.

Thanks to the partnership with the Italian maison, the winners of Mimmo Rotella Foundation Award will be gifted the iconic Fragiacomo weekend bag. All others customers could buy the same weekend bag in limited edition exclusively at Venice Lido during the kermesse days.

Fragiacomo produces totally Made in Italy accessorizes that distinguish for high quality and attention to details; but it has been especially the creative twist that has made the maison famous worldwide.

Fragiacomo since sixty years has been able to draw fashion past times and still continues to represent the Made in Italy universe alongside art and cinema. The contemporary signature targeted to glamorous and confident people contributed to define Fragiacomo creations as pieces of art. To confirm this, Metropolitan Museum of New York and recently also MAXXI of Rome expose its unique works as examples of fashion evolution towards contemporaneity.



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