Milan Fashion Week, almost wholly digital, will run until March 1. Italy’s top labels will all take part, except Versace, alongside many debut names like Del Core, a new entry premiering with a real show.
Think of the latest No. 21 collection as the return of Marilyn Monroe. A collection where Alessandro Dell’Acqua gives a movie-star spin on what he does best - Milanese bourgeois decadence – for his brand No. 21.
In early August, fragrance specialist Interparfums, owner of Rochas, announced the termination of the label's menswear collections due to the economic crisis, ending the collaboration with designer Federico Curradi.
Tod’s said that preliminary sales figures showed that group revenue fell 2.6% in 2019 to €916.1 million, pushed down by weaker business in Italy and the rest of Europe. A year earlier, Tod’s revenues fell 3% globally.
Alessandro Dell'Acqua dazzled his audience at Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday with his vision of a film noir thriller starring sophisticated ladies whose outfits were all open at the back, as though cut with a knife.
At Milan Men's Fashion Week, Dorian Tarantini for M1992 and Luca Magliano for Magliano showcased two high-calibre collections, well-crafted down to the last detail, each with a distinctive personality.