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Nieman Marcus is set to open a new store in New York's Hudson Yards with over 200 Schläppi 2800 female and 3800 male mannequins
The film follows the creation of The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s most attended fashion exhibition in history, “China: Through The Looking Glass” in 2015. The exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York featured over 140 bespoke Schläppi Mannequins showcasing 140 haute couture garments, avant-garde ready-to-wear and Chinese art objects. Staged in 2015,…
Fashion has played a unique and significant role in story telling and no more so than in the narrative of fairy tales. The Fashion Institute of Technology in New York in collaboration with curator Colleen Hill explores the role of fashion in fairy tales using Bonaveri mannequins from the Schäppi 2200 Collection.
The Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum in New York City in collaboration with de Ribe, have put together the exhibition "The Art of Style", featuring a dramatic and colourful display of iconic Schläppi 2200 mannequins from the ‘70s.
For their Noble Launch in New York, Bonaveri enlisted the help of their USA distributor, DK Display to organise a charity dinner in support of ‘God’s Love We Deliver’. The New York skyline formed an amazing backdrop for the Noble Launch in New York, held during New York Fashion Week. A presentation celebrating the launch of the latest…
Noble, the new male Schläppi mannequin, will be launched at a dinner event to be held on September 15, 2015 at the Michael Kors Building alongside his female counterpart, Aloof, launched in 2014. The dinner event, hosted by DK Display is part of a series of global events, introducing NOBLE and our new Schläppi collection…
The enormously successful exhibition; 'China Through the Looking Glass' at the Met in New York - featuring Schläppi mannequins, has been extended until the 7th of September 2015 to satisfy demand.
Gallery views of The Costume Institute’s spring 2015 exhibition, “China: Through the Looking Glass,” narrated by exhibition curator Andrew Bolton. Schläppi collection mannequins with bespoke heads and ‘petite’ pieces were supplied for this exhibition. Read more here.