MSGM's Giorgetti Turns The Page
Dealing A Dolce Deck of Cards
MILAN So Far: The Goddess Prevails
By Sofia Celeste
MILAN—Parading down the runway in shimmering gold gowns, with perfect slim bodies and barely...
By Sofia Celeste
MILAN—Parading down the runway in shimmering gold gowns, with perfect slim bodies and barely aging faces, Gianni Versace’s original ’90s supermodels (now in and around a half century old) showed us that goddesses do indeed walk among us.   Sadly, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Carla Bruni,...
MILAN—Parading down the runway in shimmering gold gowns, with perfect slim bodies and barely aging faces, Gianni Versace’s original ’90s supermodels (now in and around a half century old) showed us that goddesses do indeed walk among us.   Sadly, Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Carla Bruni, Helena Christensen, and Claudia Schiffer reunited one time only for the 20th anniversary of Gianni...
Jil Sander: The Verdict (Again)
Albino Teodoro's Pret-A-Couture Strikes A Chord
Milan’s New Chapter
By Jessica Bumpus
There’s a new name at Vogue Italia (Emanuele Farneti who took on the mantle following the sad...
By Jessica Bumpus
By Jessica Bumpus
There’s a new name at Vogue Italia (Emanuele Farneti who took on the mantle following the sad passing of Franca Sozzani), there’s a new name at Roberto Cavalli (read more about that here), and there’s a new direction at Bottega Veneta: Tomas Maier did something of an about-turn at the usually...
There’s a new name at Vogue Italia (Emanuele Farneti who took on the mantle following the sad passing of Franca Sozzani), there’s a new name at Roberto Cavalli (read more about that here), and there’s a new direction at Bottega Veneta: Tomas Maier did something of an about-turn at the usually reliable and trust-worthy Italian fashion house for Spring/Summer 2018 – and it tended to revolve...
Milan: Surprise Surprise!
By Jessica Bumpus
Let's be clear, Versace owned Milan Fashion Week and that wasn't even anything to do with the...
By Jessica Bumpus
By Jessica Bumpus
Let's be clear, Versace owned Milan Fashion Week and that wasn't even anything to do with the clothes. It was because of THAT finale. That very supermodel finale: Carla, Claudia, Naomi, Cindy, and Helena. There's not really any topping that. Gucci may have had a set and might have cemented the...
Let's be clear, Versace owned Milan Fashion Week and that wasn't even anything to do with the clothes. It was because of THAT finale. That very supermodel finale: Carla, Claudia, Naomi, Cindy, and Helena. There's not really any topping that. Gucci may have had a set and might have cemented the adage that if it ain't broke, don't fix it with its continuation of eclectic-must-have-mania; and...
Roberto Cavalli 3.0
Emilio Pucci: Back On Track
INTERVIEW: Arthur Arbesser Opens Up About SS18 and His Latest Gig
Lucio Vanotti: What Comes First? The Woman or The Clothes?
A World in Chaos: Young Designers Speak
By Marta Represa
MILAN—Recent terrorist attacks here at home and ongoing threats from Kim Jong Un to blow up the...
By Marta Represa
MILAN—Recent terrorist attacks here at home and ongoing threats from Kim Jong Un to blow up the Pacific Rim have been resonating through the fashion world like a broken record of pre-apocalyptic malaise. To inject even more excitement into fashion week festivities, a debunked prediction that a...
MILAN—Recent terrorist attacks here at home and ongoing threats from Kim Jong Un to blow up the Pacific Rim have been resonating through the fashion world like a broken record of pre-apocalyptic malaise. To inject even more excitement into fashion week festivities, a debunked prediction that a rogue planet will crash into earth on Saturday has been circulating around the tabloids – just in time...
BETTING ON THE NEW: London Fashion Looks Ahead
By John-Michael O'Sullivan
In 1944, the writer and historian Bernard Rudofsky staged a groundbreaking show at MoMA in New...
By John-Michael O'Sullivan
In 1944, the writer and historian Bernard Rudofsky staged a groundbreaking show at MoMA in New York, asking an unexpected question: ‘Are Clothes Modern?’ Beneath the flip title, Rudofsky had a serious point; shouldn’t the clothes we wear be relevant and appropriate to the lives we lead, and the...
In 1944, the writer and historian Bernard Rudofsky staged a groundbreaking show at MoMA in New York, asking an unexpected question: ‘Are Clothes Modern?’ Beneath the flip title, Rudofsky had a serious point; shouldn’t the clothes we wear be relevant and appropriate to the lives we lead, and the times we live in? And, if that’s the case, why did the smartly-dressed men of his day have to walk...
Fashion In A Flash #2 LFW
By Jessica Bumpus
As London Fashion Week draws to a close, fast-track yourself with the collections that stood...
By Jessica Bumpus
By Jessica Bumpus
As London Fashion Week draws to a close, fast-track yourself with the collections that stood out.   David Koma  Core Koma got a romantic flourish for Spring/Summer 2018. David is a designer whose clothes take charge, and these certainly did. It was a departure from the strictness of...
As London Fashion Week draws to a close, fast-track yourself with the collections that stood out.   David Koma  Core Koma got a romantic flourish for Spring/Summer 2018. David is a designer whose clothes take charge, and these certainly did. It was a departure from the strictness of last season, but it maintained the precise nature upon which he has built and come to define his...
Darkness Descends on LFW
By John-Michael O'Sullivan
Must be the season of the witch. In a month when Hillary Clinton is being burned at the stake...
By John-Michael O'Sullivan
By John-Michael O'Sullivan
Must be the season of the witch. In a month when Hillary Clinton is being burned at the stake (again) for daring to tell her side of the story, London's fashion designers seem to be embracing the global sense of doom and darkness.   Photo by Guillaume Roujas for NOWFASHION Preen's...
Must be the season of the witch. In a month when Hillary Clinton is being burned at the stake (again) for daring to tell her side of the story, London's fashion designers seem to be embracing the global sense of doom and darkness.   Photo by Guillaume Roujas for NOWFASHION Preen's ethereal, clinging cobweb dresses sprang from – and sat in opposition to – the oppressive Puritanism of...