Salvatore Ferragamo Opens ‘Marilyn' Exhibit in Florence

Photo courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo

Marilyn's wardrobe.

Art meets fashion once again as Salvatore Ferragamo celebrates the opening of the exhibition ‘Marilyn at the Museo Salvatore Ferragamo in Florence.

Ferragamo plays with the timeless mingling of fashion and film with Marilyn Monroe as the pièce de résistance.

Fifty years after her death, the exhibition pays tribute to the ultimate beauty and style icon.

Guests, including Rose Byrne and AnnaSophia Robb were given private tours of the exhibition followed by a dinner served on the first floor of the famous Palazzo.

Photo courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo

Shoes for days: Marilyn's collection.

The exhibition was curated by Stefania Ricci and Sergio Risaliti, who studied documents, photographs, films and writings to gain a deep understanding of the iconic actress’s life.

Marilyn was one of the many actress's who adored Ferragamo shoes, so the exhibition includes 30 pairs of her shoes and over 50 outfits worn on set and in her personal life.

In related news, check out the Ferragamo Resort 2013 collection shown at the beautiful Louvre.