Our favorite street style looks from Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Starring Gucci, Sportmax, Max Mara and more.
The Kate Effect strikes again.
There are so many ways to wear pants next season. Let Solange, Maria Sharapova and Jordana Brewster show you how.
A pretty blue Sportmax one, to be exact.
Shine, glitter, ostentatiousness and sex -- Italian designers are not ones to play against type.
It's been a long road -- almost two months! -- but now we can finally tell you that you'll soon be seeing green while wrapped in a blanket coat. It's more stylish than it sounds.
Milano always brings the sexy. But this season, Fashion Month's third stop also brought forays into Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy-worthy quiet reserve and gallery-caliber, fine-art motifs. Click through to check out the top 10 trends spotted at the Milan spring 2014 collections.
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.
We're still in Milan, eating chunks of parmesan, pleading with PRs, and bringing you the latest show notes and galleries. Today we've got MaxMara's sportier more casual li'l sis Sportmax, Fendi's Rubik's cube-y collection, and Christopher Kane's loud prints and plasticized fabrics (all with a live soundtrack provided by Beth Ditto) at Versus.
MILAN--Sportmax's fall collection was inspired by Scandinavia: Ingmar Bergman, Arne Jacobsen, Hans Christian Andersen. Whether or not that would have been obvious if we hadn't read the show notes, we're not sure. But what we can say is that we liked most of it, especially the tweeds, and the accents of patent leather in peplums, t-shirts, and belts. The cadet blue turtleneck swing dress with a panel of chenille was a key look for us, as was the brick red silk shirt dress at the end, made sexy with a cut-out back. We liked the terracotta colorway that emerged about half way through, as well as the fair isle knits. But we could have done without the strange floral numbers that closed the show.