“We must forge ahead, adapting to the situation,” was the motto of the Italian fashion industry’s main institutions on Tuesday, inaugurating a Milan Fashion Week thin on visitors but aiming for a 20-million e-audience.
Milan Fashion Week starts on Tuesday 17 with an exciting calendar featuring new names like Boss and Peter Pilotto; a host of Chinese designers and emerging talent; and Italy’s leading labels, except for Roberto Cavalli.
The Spring/Summer 2018 Fashion Week which drew to a close in Milan on Monday, dazzled with its energy and, amidst fashion show performances and glamorous events, revealed an ultra-feminine silhouette on the runways.
As Milan Fashion Week wraps up, fashion journalist Sophie de Champsavin of Paris Modes TV gives us her take on this latest round of catwalk shows, showcasing upcoming trends and new faces to watch out for on the runway.
As Milan Fashion Week hands over the baton to Paris, winding up a whirlwind show which saw historic brands revitalised and young designers triumph, here are 10 themes from the autumn/winter 2015 collections.
Milan Fashion Week, which kicks off on Wednesday, promises a schedule packed with new names in womenswear, including the launch of Giambattista Valli’s second line and the debut of Elisabetta Franchi. One drawback, ho...
Giorgio Armani closed Milan Fashion Week on Monday, as historic label Krizia said it was being bought by a Chinese firm and luxury giant LVMH announced a deal with a young Italian designer in key signs of change for t...