The exhibition just opened. It’s getting dark with a hint of autumn, the lights in the courtyard of Corso Como 10 are lightening up for an atmosphere that suits the event well, while people look at the images of a myth. The myth, of course, is Bettina, recognized as a great Muse of the golden age of Parisian couture and fashion photography.
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