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In Milan, Emerging Designers Are Redefining What It Means to Build an Italian Fashion Brand
A growing emphasis on regenerative practices, diverse voices and youth culture made a mark during the Fall 2022 shows.
In Italy, Family-Run Shoe Factories Are Part of the Culture. What Happens If They Close?
Like so many industries, the COVID-19 pandemic has put the nation's artisanal footwear trade at risk.
Must Read: Italian Luxury Goes on Lockdown, What Went Wrong at Outdoor Voices
Also, Tierra Whack covers "Teen Vogue."
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What Kim Kardashian and Kanye West Are Wearing on Their Wedding Whirlwind Through Europe
Did you ever really think one gown would be enough for KK?
André Leon Talley Joins Team Kardashian, Pippa Middleton Jokes About Her 'Backside,' Target's Turmoil
Talley has dubbed Kim Kardashian an "enchanting angel."
Six Designers Who Are Shaping the Future of Italian Fashion
Is the Italian fashion industry doomed? These six promising designers would tell you that it's definitely not.
Street Style: Karla Keeps Up with Current Events
Name: Karla What do you do? I work in media advertising. Where are you from originally? Italy. What was the last thing you bought? Lunch. What would you never be caught wearing? A denim mini skirt. What's the first website you visit every morning?
Former Valentino Chairman Matteo Marzotto is the Latest Italian Tax Evader
Last month, Dolce & Gabbana were sentenced to jail for tax evasion, and now another Italian fashion house has found itself connected to a similar scandal. According to WWD, Matteo Marzotto, former Valentino chairman, along with his sister and several others, have been indicted for evading $75 million in taxes, relating to the 2007 sale of a chunk of the Valentino label to private equity fund Permira.
Is Pope Francis Influencing Italian Fashion?
Since being appointed as head of the catholic church in March, Pope Francis has been seen as more humble and less ostentatious than previous popes. And so has the fashion coming out of Italy. At least that's what Suzy Menkes is arguing.