Magliano, JordanLuca and Federico Cina, three emerging Italian labels worth keeping an eye on, have confirmed their potential at Milan Fashion Week Men, with interesting collections and highly creative ideas.
Leave it to Giorgio Armani to have the most handsome heartthrob front row of this season in Milan – including successive Bridgerton stars - as he staged a brilliant display of summery elegance on Monday morning.
Burberry has shared more details of the extension of its partnership with Mythical Games that was revealed a week ago. The second year of its link-up sees it launching new NFTs in the Blankos Block Party title.
Hugo Boss is continuing its casualisation and youth-focused drive for its Boss label and has unveiled its latest limited-edition capsule collection, a collaboration with “next-generation creator” Khaby Lame.
Good to see a few properly cut suits in Milan, opening and more or less closing the Prada show, in a tour de force of tailoring leavened by some conceptual gingham on Sunday, as Etro and J.W. Anderson also staged shows.
Rwandan designer Moses Turahirwa presented his unisex label Moshions in Florence on Thursday, garnering praise for his fascinating approach to draping and his use of both African and Italian craftsmanship.
Quoting Thucydides, the designer of Italian fashion Brunello Cucinelli said Saturday his gut feeling is the war in Ukraine may end soon, speaking at a presentation where he predicted the return of elegance.
On Wednesday evening, the Florentine menswear show’s guest of honour staged a dizzying 40-year swoop across her career by showcasing over 40 iconic looks, making up an unprecedented, highly relevant collection.
Fashion’s cruise collection season continued this week in Seville with an Iberian-inspired collection for Christian Dior by Maria Grazia Chiuri. Fashion Network met with the designer to hear her vision for Dior.