˝I wanted to restore Italian buon gusto,˝ explained Walter Chiapponi, the new creative director of Todʼs, as he unveiled his first ideas for the brand in an elaborate mock-up of a 1960s grand hotel bar.
N°21's Alessandro Dell'Acqua redefined formal wear with a sensual twist at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday, while, at Marni, Francesco Risso chose imperfection as the watchword for the brand's new aesthetic.
Few houses in the artificial world of fashion make as much effort to connect to their roots as Dolce & Gabbana, whose latest collection was a charming and delicate ode to Italian craftsmanship and earthy Sicilian roots.
One day into the menswear catwalk season in Milan, on a crisp Saturday morning, Giorgio Armani unveiled his latest concept R–EA, or Recycled Emporio Armani, a capsule collection all about regeneration.
Oscar winners, uber influencers, Italian race car drivers, edgy skateboarders, a regiment of buyers and scores of fashion editors turned out in force on Friday night in a chilly Milan for the latest Zegna show.
On Thursday, African-American designer Clemens Telfar treated Pitti's audience to a show-event that will go down in history, his artist friends treading a giant banqueting table in party/live performance mode.
This season, the Milan Fashion Week Men’s has teamed up with London, and will welcome a spate of new names and major comebacks, from Gucci to Ferragamo, to bolster its programme and make up for 11 withdrawals.
Eyebrows were raised when Pitti first announced that K-Way, French sportswear label, was given a prestigious Pitti runway slot. But the naysayers proved wrong, as the marque staged a zippy collection in Florence.