Armani has cancelled but Fendi, Dolce & Gabbana and Prada have opted for live shows at Men’s Fashion Week in Milan, which kicks off Friday
Lights, camera, real live audiences — Milan fashion welcomes back actual people to its shows Friday, a sign the industry is ready to start turning the page on virtual formats adopted during the pandemic.
Valentino has became the latest fashion powerhouse to abandon real fur, in a move welcomed on Wednesday by Italian campaigners as a “nail in the coffin for the cruel fur trade”.
Never before had Miuccia Prada seen so many people at one of her fashion shows.
Paris fashion fortnight began last week with an apocalyptic warning.
Shares in Italian luxury sportscar maker Ferrari leapt ahead Monday after the company raised its 2019 targets and unveiled a partnership with Armani.
Chanel said Tuesday is would no longer use exotic animal pelts, making it the first luxury fashion house to turn its back on crocodile and lizard skin, a move hailed by animal rights groups.
Italian fashion house Armani will stay independent, its founder and designer Giorgio Armani in an interview published Friday on business website Milano Finanza.
Fendi presented a jungle-themed collection aimed at the inner Lara Croft, Prada shone with its own impression of strong women and Emporio Armani invaded an airport on the second day of Milan Fashion Week on Thursday.
Property developer and bilyonaryo Jose E.B. ?Joey? Antonio wouldn?t have succeeded in putting up his very first condo project