Activities for #mfwarticle
Swinging at Anteprima Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week
For the Spring-Summer 2019 collection, Milan-based – Anteprima embodies the free spirit of the late swinging 60s. It is optimism, hedonism & vibrancy.
Floral geometric patterns juxtaposed with free-hand wild floral prints suggested a free colorful spirit. Bags in magnitudes; from a…[Read more]
Swirling on Marble, She Paints the Town Red, Arthur Arbesser Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week
Arthur Arbesser For his Spring Summer 2019 collection, Arthur Arbesser pays homage to the Italian artist and sculptor Fausto Melotti.Although the Viennese designer often infuses inspiration from his hometown to his collections, the Spring-Summer…[Read more]
Somber Hues Ignited, Genny Spring Summer 2019 at Milan Fashion Week
Just when you thought the upbeat tunes of contemporary house music against the extravagant historical ambiance of Palazzo Reale in Milan was enough to get one nodding, Grazia Qatar IT girl- Samantha De Reviziis graces the front row at Genny Spring/ Summer 2019 runway…[Read more]
Escape from the Plastic Life – Hollywood Trading Company HTC Los Angeles Fall Winter 2018
Vacuum sealed, like a film that separates history from time, the unchangeable from the daily life. The essence from the form, essence that remains visible to us, who float within the flux, legible but untouchable. Still enjoyable, it captures the moment in an…[Read more]
Latex Sporty Look with Cristiano Burani Fall Winter 2018
The “Fetish Athleisure“ Collection has an erotic look with sports elements in an urban, cool and trendy mix and match style. They used activewear details with provocateur, sexy elements to define a new way of femininity. The base is a classic one but with extreme details like oversize sho…[Read more]
Trendy Street Style with Iceberg Fall Winter 2018
James Long, Creative Director of Iceberg, put on quite a show. The catwalk ventured between Via Sant’Andrea and Piazza XXV Aprile, passing through symbolic locations of Milan including Via Montenapoleone, Via Gesù, Piazza San Babila, Piazza Duomo, and Piazza Castello. The only stage was located…[Read more]
Animal Print on Trend with Angelo Marani Fall Winter 2018
On 24th February, as I entered the showroom of the Fall-Winter 2018-2019 Collection, I was greeted by a merry-go-round; the space was full of vibrant colors, and instrumental music.
Marani’s daughter, Giulia, who now leads the fashion house, has chosen for the garments to focus on animal…[Read more]
Rigor of Proportions – Cividini Fall Winter 2018
Cividini, an Italian brand established in 1988, specialize in knits and Ready-to-Wear collections. Two words can be used to describe the synthesis of the new collection: rigor and lightness.
This unique collection combines copious volume and detail, with random combinations and mixed textures…[Read more]
Back to cool or back in the 80’s – Baldinini Fall Winter 2018
The keyword for the Baldinini F/W 2018-2019 collection is versatility, in a divertissement of inspirations aimed at celebrating femininity through a universe of extreme varied use, from dailywear to more elegant moods, from trendy to sporty to cool and funky sneakers.
A voyage into e…[Read more]
Atsushi Nakashima Autumn Winter 2018
The last day of Milan Fashion Week had a Japanese flair from with Atsushi Nakashima who present his A/W 2018-2019 collection. Atsushi Nakashima is a young Japanese fashion designer with a unique style.
All of his collection is a collaboration with other brands or brand names in fashion. For example, he made a…[Read more]
The unique beauty of each individuality – Ujoh Fall Winter 2018
Ujoh is a Japanese fashion designer, born in Fukui, Japan in 1978. He worked for 7 years as a pattern maker for Yohji Yamamoto. In 2009, Ujoh established the brand “Ujoh” and began showing at Tokyo fashion week since Spring Summer 2014. His first fashion show in Milan was in 2017 wit…[Read more]
John Richmond Fall Winter 2018
John Richmond redefines his label again in the latest collection with a mix of techno and romantic. The Richmond eco warrior is on the march. An oversized puff, a motocross jacket hood, all in one’s, exaggerated wide trousers, socks, pointy shoes and fake furs are some highlights of the collection. He wants to give a…[Read more]
Pedro Pedro Fall Winter 2018
Pedro Pedro’s F/W 2018-2019 collection represents a new attitude for the office. In a break with “casual sportswear”, Pedro Pedro’s F/W 2018-2019 collection is clearly more formal, representing a new “work wear” attitude. A new approach to appropriating the office concept and making it more interesting…[Read more]
Vic Matie and oXs Fall Winter 2018
The older sister Vic Matie started to design shoes and bags, with a feminine and contemporary approach to design and product, that can adaptable to everyday reality with high quality. Then the younger sister of oXs started to design shoes and bags but with a young and suburban street style element. The oXs…[Read more]
Mystery and sensuality with Anteprima Fall Winter 2018
Anteprima’s Fall Winter Collection 2018-2019 presents a woman and her romantic part. The designer is looking for quality, especially with fabrics and textures.The passion combined with glamour, seduction, and a little bit of masculinity are the perfect words to describe the new c…[Read more]
Elegance in a Different Perspective with Luisa Beccaria Fall Winter 2018
Luisa Beccaria is a brand that represents women’s dreams. She finds inspirations from everywhere, especially art, poetry, and nature. The main idea is the dreaming spirit for every woman. Thursday, February 22nd in the afternoon her new collection debuted.
The Fall/Winter…[Read more]
Roots Revisited – Arthur Arbesser Fall Winter 2018
“Simplicity lies not in omission, but in synthesis.” – Koloman Moser
For the 100th anniversary of the death of Koloman Moser, a Wiener Werkstätte cofounder and graphic artist, designer Arthur Arbesser revisits his Viennese roots creating body-positive outfits for the mature, strong & noncha…[Read more]
More is GLAmore – Genny Fall Winter 2018
For the Fall/Winter 2018 season, creative director Sara Cavazza draws inspiration from Charlie Chaplin’s legendary silent movie “The Circus”. In a setting of three-tiered chandeliers suspended from the ceiling, models strut down in slinky silhouettes, rendering the attendees in awe. Marco Bocci, an Itali…[Read more]
Wild Abstractions – Maryling Autumn Winter 2018
Three words: desirable, simple and above all… daring. Avshalom Gur, creative director since 2011, fully reflects his vision of aesthetic during this past Milan Fashion Week. Models walk down the catwalk to upbeat music wearing velvet blue, classic black and pure white mid-length dresses o…[Read more]
The Girl Who Conquered the Big Four Fashion Weeks
Chanel Joan Elkayam is the youngest fashion designer in history to complete the big four fashion weeks by the age of 20 years old.
She started her career in fashion design when she was only 16 years old. Chanel Joan Elkayam showcased her second collection, Femme Royal, in Paris fashion week at 17…[Read more]