Item description for Bally: Since 1851 by Moreno Gentili...
The Bally Shoe Company was founded in 1851 by Carl Franz Bally (1821—1899) and his brother Fritz in the basement of their family home in Switzerland. By 1854 the shoe company was operating under the corporate name C. F. Bally. After more than 150 years, Bally has come to represent quality and design. This book illustrates the history of Bally up to the early 1960s, when the public embraced the development of footwear design that embraced comfort, lifestyle, and elegance. Through a vast array of color photographs, period illustrations, and vintage posters, the book presents Bally designs that have intrigued and enchanted us for over a century. The pictures illustrate the evolution of styles from the end of the 19th century, when Bally stepped boldly into the international market. Bally features the different fabrics, embroidery, colors, and weaves of one hundred shoes carefully selected from the Bally Shoe Museum of Zurich. Moreno Gentili organizes communication and multimedia events and teaches Image and Communication at the Politecnico of Milan. He has organized projects for events such as the Turin Winter Olympic Games 2006 and the Literature Festival of Mantua 2004. His published works include Do Not Cross, Illycaffè,Europe Terminal, and NYC: New York Revisited.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 11.9" Width: 9.6" Height: 0.7" Weight: 2.45 lbs.
Release Date Sep 11, 2007
ISBN 8876248730 ISBN13 9788876248733
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More About Moreno Gentili
Moreno Gentili organizes communication and multimedia events and teaches Image and Communication at the Politecnico of Milan. He has organized projects for events such as the Turin Winter Olympic Games 2006 and the Literature Festival of Mantua 2004. His published works include "Do Not Cross, Illycaffe," "Europe Terminal," and "NYC: New York Revisited,"