Can you think of a better way to spend your Monday night than ogling the best, craziest, most-bejeweled shoes of the Fall 2013 season? Didn’t think so.
The “Moda” in Milan was certainly “Alta;” no denim or designer leggings to be found anywhere. Instead, we found gorgeous felt coats and tailored dresses–a new reserved chic, often refreshingly subverted with slightly rumpled styling. We’re excited about this “Downton Dowager” idea, as well as all the other news from the Italian shows.
Check out our list of the top ten trends the from the city where luxury knows NO limits.
Psst…Want a tip on improving your “Most Critically Acclaimed Shows” odds? Show in Milan. There just aren’t as many shows! But in all seriousness, this was a pretty great week for Italian fashion, to say nothing of what Prada, Versace, Armani et al sent down the red carpet in Los Angeles.
Check out the 10 designers and labels who got the most buzz at Milan fashion week.
Bottega Veneta creative director Tomas Maier narrates this behinds-the-scenes look at the lable’s spring campaign shot by Peter Lindbergh.
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We already love them for what they do for our wardrobes, and now it’s time to see what some of our favorite designers can do to chic-en up our homes. Versace, Marni, Bottega Veneta and Maison Martin Margiela all debuted new furniture collections at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile, an annual furniture fair in Milan Read more →
The fashion flock might have already taken flight for Paris, but in case you’re still getting your Guccis and Puccis in a row, this afternoon we check in with your ultimate crib sheet to Milan fashion week’s most well-reviewed collections.
As with our London and New York roundups, we’ve pored through The New York Times, the International Herald Tribune, Style.com, Vogue.com, SHOWstudio.com—and every other broadsheet and blog we can stream in our Google Reader—to bring you just the adjectives and adverbial phrases and other one-liners used to qualify the shows.
Which designers came out on top? In the spirit of the new Milanese minimalism, we’ve pared the list down to seven. Flash back with us now through the best of austerity chic and graphic tailoring.
We can’t believe Fashion’s Night Out (and, thus, fashion week) is only a week away. As anyone who has ever been to a Fashion’s Night Out is probably aware, they pack enough events to fill an entire week into just a few hours, so pre-FNO planning is key. While Vogue‘s interactive map is quite handy, that is still a lot of stores to go through. So, we’re preparing a few of our own Fashion’s Night Out guides.
This one is for those of you who just want to see some famous people. We don’t blame you! Fashion’s Night Out offers rare opportunities to get up close and personal with real Hollywood stars. Maybe Tilda Swinton and Ne-Yo will become friends or Daniel Radcliffe will get wasted or Alexa Chung will debut a new haircut or Seth Meyers will screw up your drink or the Real Housewives of New York will be insane (that last one is the most likely)! Here’s our guide to where all your favorite celebs will be.