No city stages fashion presentations as succinctly as Milan, all the way through the past week, which ended with the city closing its doors dramatically on Sunday after the first deaths from the coronavirus in Italy.
A score of mannequins sat in the front row at JW Anderson on Wednesday, heads covered by cardboard cut outs of the face of Arthur Rimbaud. An homage to the French poet, but also to cult figure David Wojnarowicz.
During Paris Fashion Week, showroom for up-and-coming brands Designers Apartment shone the spotlight on 13 innovative brands working to make a name for themselves in an increasingly competitive and harsh environment.
On Wednesday, Tiziano Guardini’s eco-couture, Calcaterra’s classy style, Marco Rambaldi’s light touch and Arthur Arbesser's cheerful elegance demonstrated the potential of Italy’s up-and-coming designers.
The UK High Court ruled to deny accused jewellery tycoon Nirav Modi’s appeal for bail on June 12. Modi had made an appeal to the court after his bail plea was rejected three times by Westminster Magistrates court.
Maria Grazia Chiuri never really takes a break. Two weeks after her African-inspired Christian Dior cruise show in Marrakech, Chiuri designed the costumes for a phantasmagorical performance at the Tiepolo Ball in Venice.
Fashion is rocking Milan for the Furniture Fair, with Dior’s gala at Antonia, Armani's for the Tadao Ando exhibition, and countless parties, cocktail evenings and installations, like those by Tod’s and Vogue Italia.