Milano Fashion Week just ended and I will always remember it as one of the best I ever experienced. My new freelance status allowed me to enjoy the shows and the presentations without dealing with many stressful back office matters.
In my previous post I argued about AltaRoma and its role as Italy’s fashion hub for emerging talents. Now let me tell you a little bit of what happened to me as I entered two of the best Roman haute
In late again to cover AltaRoma, but the things I’m about to write have no expiry date . The four days of fashion shows, talks and presentations (like the Gentile Catone shown above), happened in Rome by the end of
I know Milano menswear fashion week ended days ago. Meanwhile everybody moved to Paris to see the shows there, Céline appointed Hedi Slimane as new semi-God artistic director and Pier Paolo Piccioli hooked everybody with his amazing haute couture statement
When you go to Pitti Uomo you have to take a decision about what to do. Unless you are Houdini the magician, you must choose between hanging around the booths or joining shows like the amazing ones by Undecover and
Fashion shows are not all the same. Some of them are about products, others argue about taste. A few make a statement, like Undercover just did in Florence. The Japanese übercool label designed by Jun Takahashi closed the curtain on
Pitti Uomo 93rd edition seems a very good one. I’m not talking about figures, I just say that because of the central courtyard being packed with all sorts of people. Amongst them there are those awfully dressed up and desperately
Matthew Miller has just been awarded with the International Woolmark Prize in Florence during the 93rd edition of Pitti Immagine Uomo and looks adorably bewildered, like only British do, when he sits in front of me for the interview. Ruchica