On Tuesday 6 September 2016, within the 73th International Art Movie Festival of Venice, the Italian company FGF Industry celebrated the outerwear brand Blauer USA's 80th anniversary with the exhibition "Cinema Under The Skin" and a dinner party.

Since 1936 the brand is leader in America in providing technical jackets aimed at all police forces and some selected sectors of the US Army. For the last 15 years it has also grown to become one the leading brands in international sportswear thanks to FGF Industry that designs, produces and distributes the brand for the fashion market.

The celebrative event was held at the Military Naval School “Francesco Morosini" location exceptionally granted because of the special tie that connects Blauer USA to police forces. The occasion also further strengthened Blauer's connection with the movie world as it was held during the Venice Movie Festival.

The exhibition showcased famous actors wearing historical Blauer USA pieces in Hollywood movies.
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The exhibition showcased famous actors wearing historical Blauer USA pieces in Hollywood movies.

As many Italian and international actors love to wear Blauer jackets for their work and private life, the brand chose to also prepare an exhibition of historical Blauer jackets inside the prestigious Venice military academy from the US company's own archives and images from renowned movies, showing actors wearing historical Blauer USA pieces.

Within the show they also presented the special Blauer USA 2016 capsule collection of vintage effect leather jackets produced by FGF Industry in order to celebrate the special anniversary.

For this occasion, the Italian entrepreneur Enzo Fusco, owner of FGF Industry, and his family, held an exclusive dinner party and celebrated the anniversary at the presence of a wide parterre of celebrities and business insiders.

Enzo Fusco (left), owner of FGF Industry and Luca Dini, director Vanity Fair Italy.
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Enzo Fusco (left), owner of FGF Industry and Luca Dini, director Vanity Fair Italy.