Satoshi Kondo’s Vision for Miyake
By Gianluca Cantaro
Ise is a small Japanese city in the central Mie Prefecture located on the eastern edge of the Kii...
By Gianluca Cantaro
Ise is a small Japanese city in the central Mie Prefecture located on the eastern edge of the Kii Peninsula. Here lies a big shrine complex centred on two main buildings that are the heart of the Shinto religion and it is famous for its tradition that has lasted over 1.300 years: every two...
Ise is a small Japanese city in the central Mie Prefecture located on the eastern edge of the Kii Peninsula. Here lies a big shrine complex centred on two main buildings that are the heart of the Shinto religion and it is famous for its tradition that has lasted over 1.300 years: every two decades the old shrines are dismantled, and new ones are built on an adjacent site. Why? Among the...
Shanghai Fashion Week Announces Special Edition
By Alice Ierace
Shanghai Fashion Week has received understanding and support from various parties in the industry...
By Alice Ierace
Shanghai Fashion Week has received understanding and support from various parties in the industry since the decision to the postpone AW20 edition was made due to the pneumonia epidemic caused by the coronavirus.To further implement the task of epidemic prevention while protecting the health and...
Shanghai Fashion Week has received understanding and support from various parties in the industry since the decision to the postpone AW20 edition was made due to the pneumonia epidemic caused by the coronavirus.To further implement the task of epidemic prevention while protecting the health and safety of partners, audience and staff, SFW has decided to make changes regarding the organisation of...
Paco Rabanne's Poetic Female Stength
By Gianluca Cantaro
At Paco Rabanne, Julien Dossena presented an exquisite collection which celebrated the strength...
By Gianluca Cantaro
At Paco Rabanne, Julien Dossena presented an exquisite collection which celebrated the strength of the women and their freedom. "I wanted to highlight their power," explained the designer backstage after the show. "In today's difficult world, they need to be strong and express it. But I also...
At Paco Rabanne, Julien Dossena presented an exquisite collection which celebrated the strength of the women and their freedom. "I wanted to highlight their power," explained the designer backstage after the show. "In today's difficult world, they need to be strong and express it. But I also wanted to emphasize their romance. To do this, I played with a collision of different eras from where I...
Paris When It Sizzles
By Alice Pfeiffer
Draped lace, floral patterns, python prints, and a blazer with a plunging V-line opened Atlein’s...
By Alice Pfeiffer
By Alice Pfeiffer
Draped lace, floral patterns, python prints, and a blazer with a plunging V-line opened Atlein’s show. Purposely quoting conventional codes of femininity, designer Antonin Tron intended to parallel the notion of natural beauty (both in its organic references and its revisiting of classic...
Draped lace, floral patterns, python prints, and a blazer with a plunging V-line opened Atlein’s show. Purposely quoting conventional codes of femininity, designer Antonin Tron intended to parallel the notion of natural beauty (both in its organic references and its revisiting of classic garments) with natural concerns. Designer by day and activist by night, Tron produced the collection...
Stylish Conversation Piece at Lanvin
By Gianluca Cantaro
Bruno Sialelli at Lanvin did exquisite research into the...
By Gianluca Cantaro
Bruno Sialelli at Lanvin did exquisite research into the Maison's archives and imagined a kind of bridge between Jeanne Lanvin and today's world – the one he wants to narrate. The show took place in the Manufacture des Gobelins – a historic tapestry...
Bruno Sialelli at Lanvin did exquisite research into the Maison's archives and imagined a kind of bridge between Jeanne Lanvin and today's world – the one he wants to narrate. The show took place in the Manufacture des Gobelins – a historic tapestry factory founded in 1662 in Paris – and it displayed old Arazzi from different centuries. The cosy...
A Day Full of Parisian Promise
By Alice Pfeiffer
Rest assured should there have been any remaining doubts: sportswear is very much over and done...
By Alice Pfeiffer
By Alice Pfeiffer
Rest assured should there have been any remaining doubts: sportswear is very much over and done with — something Casey Cadwallader proved by showing a line of powerfully sexy clothes at Mugler.Drawing for the brand’s archives and its love for figure-hugging garments enhanced by bold proportions,...
Rest assured should there have been any remaining doubts: sportswear is very much over and done with — something Casey Cadwallader proved by showing a line of powerfully sexy clothes at Mugler.Drawing for the brand’s archives and its love for figure-hugging garments enhanced by bold proportions, he showed an army of belted leather overcoats, knotted shirts and lamé pants, that contrasted with...
Saint Laurent's Latex-ed Bourgeoisie
By Gianluca Cantaro
Bourgeoisie met latex at Saint Laurent today. Anthony...
By Gianluca Cantaro
Bourgeoisie met latex at Saint Laurent today. Anthony Vaccarello surprised everyone with sexy looks inspired by the uncool Nineties, turned cool by the designer's mixture of vintage items from a man's wardrobe and vinyl leggings, tops and dresses for a...
Bourgeoisie met latex at Saint Laurent today. Anthony Vaccarello surprised everyone with sexy looks inspired by the uncool Nineties, turned cool by the designer's mixture of vintage items from a man's wardrobe and vinyl leggings, tops and dresses for a hypersensual wiry silhouette. "I treated latex as the new denim," stated the designer backstage after...
The Sleek Explorers 3.0 at Coperni
By Alice Pfeiffer
When relaunching their label last season - which had been put on hold to head the creative...
By Alice Pfeiffer
When relaunching their label last season - which had been put on hold to head the creative direction of Courrèges for three seasons - the creative duo Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant paid homage to the World Wide Web with, amongst other cheeky details, a Wifi logo-shaped bag. This season, the...
When relaunching their label last season - which had been put on hold to head the creative direction of Courrèges for three seasons - the creative duo Sébastien Meyer and Arnaud Vaillant paid homage to the World Wide Web with, amongst other cheeky details, a Wifi logo-shaped bag. This season, the pair pursued its technological inclination by playing on the duality in the term of “safari” - both...
Christian Louboutin's Distinct Approach
By Frédéric Martin-Bernard
On Monday, February 24th, a range of stilettos, one more pointed than the other, were shamelessly...
By Frédéric Martin-Bernard
By Frédéric Martin-Bernard
On Monday, February 24th, a range of stilettos, one more pointed than the other, were shamelessly trampling on the floor of the National Museum of the History of Immigration in Paris - despite the sign at the entrance of the museum's exhibition Christian Louboutin L'exhibition(niste) that bans...
On Monday, February 24th, a range of stilettos, one more pointed than the other, were shamelessly trampling on the floor of the National Museum of the History of Immigration in Paris - despite the sign at the entrance of the museum's exhibition Christian Louboutin L'exhibition(niste) that bans any form of high heeled shoes. This sign depicting a crossed-out pump was initially hanging at the...
Japanese Korean and Nigerian Designers Opened Paris Fashion Week
By Gianluca Cantaro
Paris Fashion Week started with Japanese designer Mame 'Maiko' Kurogouchi. With a humble nod to...
By Gianluca Cantaro
Paris Fashion Week started with Japanese designer Mame 'Maiko' Kurogouchi. With a humble nod to her time in Iceland, the designer channelled the dry nature of autumn mornings and the primitive lands that made her think about the wisdom of everyday life. The traditional basket-making became the...
Paris Fashion Week started with Japanese designer Mame 'Maiko' Kurogouchi. With a humble nod to her time in Iceland, the designer channelled the dry nature of autumn mornings and the primitive lands that made her think about the wisdom of everyday life. The traditional basket-making became the fil rouge of the collection, starting with laced details on blouses and dresses before switching into...
Giorgio Armani Streamed a Velvet Touch
By Gianluca Cantaro
The Covid-19 (Coronavirus) became the hot topic for the last day of Milano Fashion Week and, due...
By Gianluca Cantaro
The Covid-19 (Coronavirus) became the hot topic for the last day of Milano Fashion Week and, due to this, Giorgio Armani decided to show his collection behind closed doors by broadcasting it via stream on all online and social media channels. It was a decision that shook the System and obsessive...
The Covid-19 (Coronavirus) became the hot topic for the last day of Milano Fashion Week and, due to this, Giorgio Armani decided to show his collection behind closed doors by broadcasting it via stream on all online and social media channels. It was a decision that shook the System and obsessive fear spread out among the fashion people. Through the screens of every device, the collection was an...
A Play on Sensuality and Streetwear
By Elisa Carassai
On the penultimate day of Fashion Week, the tension was palpable. Looking around Milan’s usually...
By Elisa Carassai
On the penultimate day of Fashion Week, the tension was palpable. Looking around Milan’s usually full streets and alleys, now completely deserted, one couldn’t help but wonder if the level of alarmism was to be listened to or if it was just mediatic paranoia. After all, both Giorgio Armani and...
On the penultimate day of Fashion Week, the tension was palpable. Looking around Milan’s usually full streets and alleys, now completely deserted, one couldn’t help but wonder if the level of alarmism was to be listened to or if it was just mediatic paranoia. After all, both Giorgio Armani and Laura Biagiotti had declared they would be holding their shows via ‘closed doors’, streaming them...
Raf Simons Joins Prada As New Co-Creative Director
By Alice Ierace
Italian luxury fashion house Prada has announced the appointment of Raf Simons as co-creative...
By Alice Ierace
Italian luxury fashion house Prada has announced the appointment of Raf Simons as co-creative director of the brand. Simons will be working in partnership with Miuccia Prada with equal responsibilities for creative input and decision-making.Officially starting on April 2nd of this year, the first...
Italian luxury fashion house Prada has announced the appointment of Raf Simons as co-creative director of the brand. Simons will be working in partnership with Miuccia Prada with equal responsibilities for creative input and decision-making.Officially starting on April 2nd of this year, the first Prada collection designed by both Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons will be the Spring/Summer 2021...
Modern Women Archetypes At Ferragamo
By Gianluca Cantaro
The complexity of today's women is what excited Paul Andrew, Creative Director at Salvatore...
By Gianluca Cantaro
The complexity of today's women is what excited Paul Andrew, Creative Director at Salvatore Ferragamo. This season, the brand showed a woman born from a blend of modern archetypes – a theme that the Swiss psychoanalyst and psychiatrist Carl Jung identified and deeply inspired the designer. In...
The complexity of today's women is what excited Paul Andrew, Creative Director at Salvatore Ferragamo. This season, the brand showed a woman born from a blend of modern archetypes – a theme that the Swiss psychoanalyst and psychiatrist Carl Jung identified and deeply inspired the designer. In short, the queen, the mother, the lover, the sage, the maiden, huntress and the mystic were...
Technology Maximalism and Tradition Meet in Milan on Day 4
By Elisa Carassai
Walking into the Gabriele Colangelo show, the first thing that came to mind as one looked at the...
By Elisa Carassai
Walking into the Gabriele Colangelo show, the first thing that came to mind as one looked at the interwoven separè that divided the runway, was the fact that the designer must have been inspired by Bauhaus weaver Anni Albers or American textile artist Lenore Tawney. Yet, he revealed that the...
Walking into the Gabriele Colangelo show, the first thing that came to mind as one looked at the interwoven separè that divided the runway, was the fact that the designer must have been inspired by Bauhaus weaver Anni Albers or American textile artist Lenore Tawney. Yet, he revealed that the starting point of the collection didn’t actually come from an artistic viewpoint. “I experimented with...