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Milan’s fashion governing body, the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana, has announced the calendar of designers who will present their SS21 collections.
Update yourself with this guide about the dramatic effects the coronavirus is having on the fashion industry. From high-fashion to e-commerce.
The controversial designer faces criticism for a questionable tribute to Kobe Bryant on his show at MFW this weekend.
Miuccia Prada presents the new womenswear collection for the Autumn/Winter 2020 season at the Milan fashion week in the same way that menswear.
Today, Alessandro Michele has once again shown why he is number one. With a collection that alludes to religion, slavery and bondage.
Magliano became one of our must watch designers and his savoir-faire is being well acknowledge by fashionistas and the industry connoisseurs.
With a proposal that flees from the most toxic masculinity, Michele explained that this season he was thinking about a kind and loving ‘baby-man’ that he undoubtedly knew how to capture on the catwalk.
When it comes to giving a new vision about the classics there’s a very thin line between genius and disaster. Fendi did it, and did it pretty damn well.
Sunnei is back to loving fashion and they proved they have strong arguments to be loved back by fashion.
Prada has presented today its new proposal for the men’s fashion week in the city of Milan for the Autumn Winter 2020 season.
The creative director of the Maison creates a colourful défilé, putting on stage a real glow of colours and prints.
Clemens delighted us once again with a collection that breaks all gender barriers, creating a unique connection between the Baroque and the currents of the 21st century.
Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana established their latest collection in the jungle, where animal print was the protagonist.
When a Gucci show is about to happen, we’re all expecting a world of fantasy and a very excessive ambiance, overdecorated, opulent. Not this time.
James Long proved in his very first collection for the firm this year that ICEBERG will be one to pay attention to in the following seasons.
The arrival of the British designer has changed the perception of a firm that, traditionally wasn’t in the front row of most demanded ones. Daniel Lee’s era has just began.
The collection was clearly inspired by Picasso and the Cubist movement. Undoubtedly, a tribute to one of the kings of Spanish painting.
The Italian house has presented its collection for the SS20 season in Milan. Its creative director has chosen the Fondazione Prada building to praise the name and history of her family.
Tiger and peacock prints paint a selection of pieces of Dsquared2’s SS20,, both menswear a womenswear, being the parka that opened the show in Milano the most eyecatching creation.
Francesco Ragazzi opens the doors of his great vintage wardrobe in which to get lost among University garments, safari looks, tie-dye, Hawaiian shirts and much more. Palm Angels…
Loris Messina and Simone Rizzo have always presented their parades in unusual spaces, to say the least. Sunnei – game of layers and superimpositions.