About Isabella Ginanneschi
Raised between Milan and Tuscany Isabella Ginanneschi began her career as an art director for a PR Agency in Milan and worked in collaboration with Italian Conde Nast Editor-in-Chief, Franca Sozzani, to bring to life the vision of many high profile fashion campaigns in Vogue magazine and related publications. Her talents led her to New York, where she landed a contract as Art Director of Barney’s New York, after teaming up with the agency Keeble Cavaco and Duka. Thereafter, she was appointed by Alexander Lieberman as a designer for Mademoiselle, collaborated with Annie Flanders at Details magazine and became Associate Editor for Big Magazine. Her sense of aesthetics and international reputation piloted numerous other collaborations with the likes of Calvin Klein, Oscar de la Renta, Diesel, Revlon. Her nomadic inclination led her to Asia and stimulated her fascination with the exotic and the unusual. Isabella’s fine art photography is embodied among significant private collections including Henry Buhl, Ronald Guttman, Mick Jagger, Graham Nash and Richard Kirshenbaum. Isabella Ginanneschi currently lives between New York and Bali.