This weekend, at the Santa Tecla Fort in Sanremo, the “Sanremo 70” exhibition will end, which through 300 memorabilia of the Rai Teche Archive, including photographs, documents and clothes, tells 69 years of the history of Italian costume. A special room is dedicated, in fact, to the clothes chosen by the singers to present their songs, among which there is also the red dress created by the Daphné tailoring of Sanremo for Dalida, made in 1967. The singer, however, does not he never wore on the stage of the Ariston, due to the suicide of his partner Luigi Tenco. On display are the clothes of the first winners, Carla Boni and Flo ’Sandon’s, designed by Fernanda Gattinoni and dating back to 1953, that of Iva Zanicchi signed Curiel, up to the Armani Privé dress worn in 2018 by Michelle Hunziker.