Our New Matilda Dress in Biscotti, Ennio Morricone and Damiano Bertoli

Our New Matilda Dress in Biscotti, Ennio Morricone and Damiano Bertoli

Take a turn around the room in our flirty new Matilda Dress

The Matilda Dress is a delicate, feminine, midi length dress in light weight 100% Silk Chiffon.

This dreamy 1930s inspired dress features a wide V neckline and flattering ruching through the centre front, back, side and also on the longer line sleeves.

It could be perfect for your next Tango (like with Pacino in Scent of a Woman).

The delicious Biscotti toned spotted silk was sourced from dead stock fabric making this another mindful purchase. 

The Matilda comes with a complimentary midi length slip dress in chocolate brown 100% Cupro which can also be worn as a dress on it's own! 

 

We make each piece in our Ethical Clothing Australia certified factory located in Melbourne. The Matilda Dress is lovingly sewn by one of our incredible machinists that have over 20 years industry experience. 

 

The Memorable Sounds of Ennio Morricone

Think about how you feel when you happen to hear a piece of music from a film that moved you?  It can take you right back there in seconds.

The passing of the talented Italian composer Ennio Morricone reminds us to revisit some of the incredible films that he wrote scores for like the emotionally charged 1988 classic Cinema Paradisothe spaghetti westerns A Fistful of Dollars and The Good, The Bad and The Ugly plus Brian De Palma's 1988 gangster hit starring Kevin Costner, Sean Connery and Robert de Niro, The Untouchables.

Ennio wrote over 400 scores over his career. That's a lot of memorable feels!

 

Superpositions by Damiano Bertoli

If you've ever had the pleasure of watching 60s or 70s Italian television, we're sure you'll enjoy Damiano Bertoli's  latest exhibition called Superpositions which has just opened at the Brunswick home of Neon Parc                                                                                                   The Melbourne based artist captures faces from counter culture from this era and compares them with the faces of ancient Rome via classical statues, the pop stars of their day. He has layered the imagery to great affect allowing us to compare the glamorous icons crossing 2000 years.

The exhibition featuring photographic work and a fantastic video piece debuted in London at Mackintosh Lane in November last year is showing now at Neon Parc until August 8. For more details, visit the gallery here.

Stay well from all of us at Arnsdorf X

 

July 16, 2020 — Thea Basiliou