FILO FORME anno 4 n. 10
Isabella Campagnol Fabretti
Livery or Uniform?
These two apparently contrasting terms are used to indicate a type of clothing having ancient origins. ‘Livery’, the crests or arms of the nobility, were in fact garments […]
FILO FORME anno 3 n. 8
This issue of Filoforme is again dedicated to Eastern textiles. Both articles presented are representative of the vast Asian reality, a complex world that is full of surprises for westerners.
The first article, by Elisa […]
FILO FORME anno 3 n. 6
This review dealing with restoration concludes the first cycle of monographic issues of Filoforme dedicated to the various aspects of the study of the art and history of textiles.
As much as possible it presents […]
FILO FORME anno 3 n. 5
Nowadays, contemporary textiles make up part of an extremely rich, multi-coloured, multi-faceted, and multi-segmented microcosm.
Often, these textiles are intertwined with historical references and territorial heritage. In addition, there are often traditional cultural instances and innovative […]
FILO FORME anno 2 n. 3
Apollo, Debora and the Barberini Bees
Pascal François Bertrand (page 3)
The tapestries of the Barberini manufacture celebrate the figures of their founder, Cardinal Francesco Barberini, as well as the members of his family, in particular […]
FILO FORME anno 1 n. 1
The veil of the Beata Benvenuta Bojani
Maria Beatrice Bertone (page 3)
Restoration of the Beata Benvenuta Bojani’s superfrontal
Carla Molin Pradel (page 6)
The Veil of the Beata Benvenuta Bojani, dating back to the 13th century, […]
FILO FORME anno 1 n. 0
The funerary treasure of the Patriarch Beato Bertrando of Saint Geniés
Maria Beatrice Bertone
The textile treasures buried with the Patriarch Beato Bertrando of Saint Geniés (1265-1350), now held at the Museum of the Duomo in […]