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  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW
    Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty.

    Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled “Desolation Nation” dedicated to…[Read more]

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    Break Free at I Love Pretty\'s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty. Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled \"Desolation Nation\" dedicated to the young generation struggling against depression and biochemical dependency. Divided into three sections – \"Break Free,\" \"Soul Salvation,\" and \"Transformation and Rebirth\" – the fashion show was an invitation to break free and leave the obscurity of depression for the peaceful sunlight hinted at in the soundtrack. The collection was filled with post-punk/goth vibes. Traditional elegant fabrics such as satin and tulle were mixed with more edgy ones like patent leather, vinyl, and tarpaulin. Swarovski crystals joined the chains, a lait-motif connected to the \"break-free\" theme, embellishing the outfits and the studded leather accessories. The bold bustier, bodies, and micro-mini bandeau tops matched with tailored shimmering trousers or tulle skirts claimed attention. Equally eye-catchy pieces were the pink see-through raincoats, the flared short dolly-like dress in the same material, the airy maxi coats, and the unisex tunic tees. The glittering and see-through fabrics in black, candy pink, lime green, silver, and creamy white created a surrealistic effect. Reinforcing the theme, some outfits were printed with small pills, syringes, and lips while the models carried bags shaped in such guises. Moreover, in the romantic-baroque mood made famous by Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci, many outfits featured the reproduction of a Japanese painting considered emblematic of the melancholy, despair, and hope of the young generation. Debuting at NYFW, Juan Yang proceeded on her distinctive path, mixing feminine silhouettes, craftsmanship, and edgy vibes. She impressed both the beauty of the outfits and the choice of a shocking theme presented in a daring collection that suggested a way of liberation from conformity and any kind of chains. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full I Love Pretty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ilovepretty #iloveprettyarticle #iloveprettyss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_4-img_8321hauturely_16-img_8421hauturely_21-img_8478hauturely_12-img_8399 (1)
    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul
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    Break Free at I Love Pretty\'s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty. Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled \"Desolation Nation\" dedicated to the young generation struggling against depression and biochemical dependency. Divided into three sections – \"Break Free,\" \"Soul Salvation,\" and \"Transformation and Rebirth\" – the fashion show was an invitation to break free and leave the obscurity of depression for the peaceful sunlight hinted at in the soundtrack. The collection was filled with post-punk/goth vibes. Traditional elegant fabrics such as satin and tulle were mixed with more edgy ones like patent leather, vinyl, and tarpaulin. Swarovski crystals joined the chains, a lait-motif connected to the \"break-free\" theme, embellishing the outfits and the studded leather accessories. The bold bustier, bodies, and micro-mini bandeau tops matched with tailored shimmering trousers or tulle skirts claimed attention. Equally eye-catchy pieces were the pink see-through raincoats, the flared short dolly-like dress in the same material, the airy maxi coats, and the unisex tunic tees. The glittering and see-through fabrics in black, candy pink, lime green, silver, and creamy white created a surrealistic effect. Reinforcing the theme, some outfits were printed with small pills, syringes, and lips while the models carried bags shaped in such guises. Moreover, in the romantic-baroque mood made famous by Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci, many outfits featured the reproduction of a Japanese painting considered emblematic of the melancholy, despair, and hope of the young generation. Debuting at NYFW, Juan Yang proceeded on her distinctive path, mixing feminine silhouettes, craftsmanship, and edgy vibes. She impressed both the beauty of the outfits and the choice of a shocking theme presented in a daring collection that suggested a way of liberation from conformity and any kind of chains. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full I Love Pretty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ilovepretty #iloveprettyarticle #iloveprettyss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_4-img_8321hauturely_16-img_8421hauturely_21-img_8478hauturely_12-img_8399 (1)
    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul
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    Break Free at I Love Pretty\'s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty. Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled \"Desolation Nation\" dedicated to the young generation struggling against depression and biochemical dependency. Divided into three sections – \"Break Free,\" \"Soul Salvation,\" and \"Transformation and Rebirth\" – the fashion show was an invitation to break free and leave the obscurity of depression for the peaceful sunlight hinted at in the soundtrack. The collection was filled with post-punk/goth vibes. Traditional elegant fabrics such as satin and tulle were mixed with more edgy ones like patent leather, vinyl, and tarpaulin. Swarovski crystals joined the chains, a lait-motif connected to the \"break-free\" theme, embellishing the outfits and the studded leather accessories. The bold bustier, bodies, and micro-mini bandeau tops matched with tailored shimmering trousers or tulle skirts claimed attention. Equally eye-catchy pieces were the pink see-through raincoats, the flared short dolly-like dress in the same material, the airy maxi coats, and the unisex tunic tees. The glittering and see-through fabrics in black, candy pink, lime green, silver, and creamy white created a surrealistic effect. Reinforcing the theme, some outfits were printed with small pills, syringes, and lips while the models carried bags shaped in such guises. Moreover, in the romantic-baroque mood made famous by Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci, many outfits featured the reproduction of a Japanese painting considered emblematic of the melancholy, despair, and hope of the young generation. Debuting at NYFW, Juan Yang proceeded on her distinctive path, mixing feminine silhouettes, craftsmanship, and edgy vibes. She impressed both the beauty of the outfits and the choice of a shocking theme presented in a daring collection that suggested a way of liberation from conformity and any kind of chains. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full I Love Pretty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ilovepretty #iloveprettyarticle #iloveprettyss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_4-img_8321hauturely_16-img_8421hauturely_21-img_8478hauturely_12-img_8399 (1)
    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul
    hauturely posted an update
    Break Free at I Love Pretty\'s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul? Given the healing power of beauty and self-expression, I think so. And, probably, so does Juan Yang, the creative director behind I love Pretty. Debuting at NYFW, the Hong-Kong based label presented a collection titled \"Desolation Nation\" dedicated to the young generation struggling against depression and biochemical dependency. Divided into three sections – \"Break Free,\" \"Soul Salvation,\" and \"Transformation and Rebirth\" – the fashion show was an invitation to break free and leave the obscurity of depression for the peaceful sunlight hinted at in the soundtrack. The collection was filled with post-punk/goth vibes. Traditional elegant fabrics such as satin and tulle were mixed with more edgy ones like patent leather, vinyl, and tarpaulin. Swarovski crystals joined the chains, a lait-motif connected to the \"break-free\" theme, embellishing the outfits and the studded leather accessories. The bold bustier, bodies, and micro-mini bandeau tops matched with tailored shimmering trousers or tulle skirts claimed attention. Equally eye-catchy pieces were the pink see-through raincoats, the flared short dolly-like dress in the same material, the airy maxi coats, and the unisex tunic tees. The glittering and see-through fabrics in black, candy pink, lime green, silver, and creamy white created a surrealistic effect. Reinforcing the theme, some outfits were printed with small pills, syringes, and lips while the models carried bags shaped in such guises. Moreover, in the romantic-baroque mood made famous by Dolce and Gabbana and Gucci, many outfits featured the reproduction of a Japanese painting considered emblematic of the melancholy, despair, and hope of the young generation. Debuting at NYFW, Juan Yang proceeded on her distinctive path, mixing feminine silhouettes, craftsmanship, and edgy vibes. She impressed both the beauty of the outfits and the choice of a shocking theme presented in a daring collection that suggested a way of liberation from conformity and any kind of chains. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full I Love Pretty Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ilovepretty #iloveprettyarticle #iloveprettyss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #peoplesrevolution #peoplesrevolutionarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_4-img_8321hauturely_16-img_8421hauturely_21-img_8478hauturely_12-img_8399 (1)
    Break Free at I Love Pretty’s Spring Summer 2020 during NYFW Can fashion save a tormented soul
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week
    Anya Kelly Haber sees herself as a multi-disciplinary artist. She has a great interest in fashion technology and science, which was evident in the outfits she presented at New York fashion week.

    The collection had definite, futuristic/science fiction…[Read more]

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    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week Anya Kelly Haber sees herself as a multi-disciplinary artist. She has a great interest in fashion technology and science, which was evident in the outfits she presented at New York fashion week. The collection had definite, futuristic/science fiction vibes, featuring outfits in experimental materials and fabrics. The color palette included silver, vivid, and somewhat unusual colors like electric blue and dark purple. After the zipped silver \"spacesuit\" in insulating material and the ruffled silver dress, a color-changing iridescent reflective cape was thrown over a liquid gold dress and a fuchsia 3D-printed wallpaper foam short dress with flared skirt matched with a cute, fluffy, red, ruffled caplet. The outfits were accompanied by futuristic-looking square bags. The rigid structure of a couple of short dresses in slime-resembling molded silicon in different electric blue shadows contrasted with the voluminous ruffled tulle dresses that followed. Some of the tulle dresses were either iridescent or had gradient shades, thus creating an interesting chromatic effect. A beautiful red tulle dress closed the catwalk. The collection most certainly succeeded in its purpose to raise curiosity and showed excellent potential. However, some outfits seemed still a bit new and experimental. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anya Haber Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anyahaber #anyahaberarticle #anyahaberss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #accessbynkc #accessbynkcarticle hauturely_69333789_1261937973977881_4266889698921676800_o_1261937963977882hauturely_70995274_1261939057311106_3048592418338242560_o_1261939050644440hauturely_70888681_1261939373977741_8290398556255158272_o_1261939367311075hauturely_71038671_1261939100644435_8641348636183101440_o_1261939097311102
    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week Anya Ke
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    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week Anya Kelly Haber sees herself as a multi-disciplinary artist. She has a great interest in fashion technology and science, which was evident in the outfits she presented at New York fashion week. The collection had definite, futuristic/science fiction vibes, featuring outfits in experimental materials and fabrics. The color palette included silver, vivid, and somewhat unusual colors like electric blue and dark purple. After the zipped silver \"spacesuit\" in insulating material and the ruffled silver dress, a color-changing iridescent reflective cape was thrown over a liquid gold dress and a fuchsia 3D-printed wallpaper foam short dress with flared skirt matched with a cute, fluffy, red, ruffled caplet. The outfits were accompanied by futuristic-looking square bags. The rigid structure of a couple of short dresses in slime-resembling molded silicon in different electric blue shadows contrasted with the voluminous ruffled tulle dresses that followed. Some of the tulle dresses were either iridescent or had gradient shades, thus creating an interesting chromatic effect. A beautiful red tulle dress closed the catwalk. The collection most certainly succeeded in its purpose to raise curiosity and showed excellent potential. However, some outfits seemed still a bit new and experimental. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anya Haber Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anyahaber #anyahaberarticle #anyahaberss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #accessbynkc #accessbynkcarticle hauturely_69333789_1261937973977881_4266889698921676800_o_1261937963977882hauturely_70995274_1261939057311106_3048592418338242560_o_1261939050644440hauturely_70888681_1261939373977741_8290398556255158272_o_1261939367311075hauturely_71038671_1261939100644435_8641348636183101440_o_1261939097311102
    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week Anya Ke
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    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week Anya Kelly Haber sees herself as a multi-disciplinary artist. She has a great interest in fashion technology and science, which was evident in the outfits she presented at New York fashion week. The collection had definite, futuristic/science fiction vibes, featuring outfits in experimental materials and fabrics. The color palette included silver, vivid, and somewhat unusual colors like electric blue and dark purple. After the zipped silver \"spacesuit\" in insulating material and the ruffled silver dress, a color-changing iridescent reflective cape was thrown over a liquid gold dress and a fuchsia 3D-printed wallpaper foam short dress with flared skirt matched with a cute, fluffy, red, ruffled caplet. The outfits were accompanied by futuristic-looking square bags. The rigid structure of a couple of short dresses in slime-resembling molded silicon in different electric blue shadows contrasted with the voluminous ruffled tulle dresses that followed. Some of the tulle dresses were either iridescent or had gradient shades, thus creating an interesting chromatic effect. A beautiful red tulle dress closed the catwalk. The collection most certainly succeeded in its purpose to raise curiosity and showed excellent potential. However, some outfits seemed still a bit new and experimental. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anya Haber Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anyahaber #anyahaberarticle #anyahaberss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #accessbynkc #accessbynkcarticle hauturely_69333789_1261937973977881_4266889698921676800_o_1261937963977882hauturely_70995274_1261939057311106_3048592418338242560_o_1261939050644440hauturely_70888681_1261939373977741_8290398556255158272_o_1261939367311075hauturely_71038671_1261939100644435_8641348636183101440_o_1261939097311102
    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week Anya Ke
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    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week Anya Kelly Haber sees herself as a multi-disciplinary artist. She has a great interest in fashion technology and science, which was evident in the outfits she presented at New York fashion week. The collection had definite, futuristic/science fiction vibes, featuring outfits in experimental materials and fabrics. The color palette included silver, vivid, and somewhat unusual colors like electric blue and dark purple. After the zipped silver \"spacesuit\" in insulating material and the ruffled silver dress, a color-changing iridescent reflective cape was thrown over a liquid gold dress and a fuchsia 3D-printed wallpaper foam short dress with flared skirt matched with a cute, fluffy, red, ruffled caplet. The outfits were accompanied by futuristic-looking square bags. The rigid structure of a couple of short dresses in slime-resembling molded silicon in different electric blue shadows contrasted with the voluminous ruffled tulle dresses that followed. Some of the tulle dresses were either iridescent or had gradient shades, thus creating an interesting chromatic effect. A beautiful red tulle dress closed the catwalk. The collection most certainly succeeded in its purpose to raise curiosity and showed excellent potential. However, some outfits seemed still a bit new and experimental. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anya Haber Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anyahaber #anyahaberarticle #anyahaberss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #accessbynkc #accessbynkcarticle hauturely_69333789_1261937973977881_4266889698921676800_o_1261937963977882hauturely_70995274_1261939057311106_3048592418338242560_o_1261939050644440hauturely_70888681_1261939373977741_8290398556255158272_o_1261939367311075hauturely_71038671_1261939100644435_8641348636183101440_o_1261939097311102
    Fashion Tech Experimentation at Anya Haber Spring Summer collection at New York Fashion Week Anya Ke
  • hauturely posted an update 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Polished but Fun at Intro by Damian Joel Spring Summer 2020
    Damian Joel showcased his SS20 in Brooklyn at the Weeksville Heritage Center, a multi-disciplinary museum dedicated to preserving the history of the 19th century local African American community.

    Damian Joe’s is a self-taught designer of Jamaican origin. His label, Intro by Damian Joel,…[Read more]

  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear
    Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970’s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the “liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France”.

    The collection featured off-white,…[Read more]

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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
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    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative director Richard René, inspired by the 1970\'s thriller Madame Claude, declared his collection dedicated to the \"liberated girls and boys who, for a few 500-franc notes, contributed to the splendor of France\". The collection featured off-white, tobacco, and navy blue, united in a color block tricolor in some outfits, hinting at the French flag. The graceful Guy Laroche Logo also was found everywhere in an elegant, somewhat retro tobacco-white version. The main fabrics used were the relatively sporty suede, jersey, and denim. In line with the inspiration, the male models wore open shirts and jackets and V-neck jumpers. While the female models wore jumpers and dresses with deep plunging V-necks, open shirts and elegant logo trousers, high neck dresses with waist cuts, and elegant blouses with pussy bows combined with trenchcoats and overcoats. To make the motif more explicit, there were also dresses full of revealing holes and outfits and accessories with a 500-franc print. The looks were completed by very chic logo boots with open toe, sandals, and retro briefcases. As a whole, the collection mixed a retro and elegant nod with sensual and provocative vibes. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Guy Laroche Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #guylaroche #guylarochearticle #guylarochess20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #insightcommunications #insightcommunicationsarticle Laroche_131Laroche_129Laroche_119Laroche_107
    Guy Laroche Spring 2020 Ready to Wear Overlaying sexual liberation and national pride, creative dire
  • hauturely posted 4 photos 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear
    Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled “Son Bonheur” and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion…[Read more]

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    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled \"Son Bonheur\" and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. It was an expansion of the 80\'s and 90s inspiration, which was evident even in his FW19 fashion show. Revisiting the 80s and the 90s, the fashion designer showcased puffy exaggerated sleeves, black lace details, cold shoulders outfits, exaggerated frontal ruches, suit dresses, and above all, plenty of alter-necks and short, pretty tie dresses. He used an exciting variety of fabrics: flowered jacquard, burn-out velvet, velvet lace, satin, and pleated georgette. The color palette included black, delicate light yellow, intense ochre yellow, and a touch of red. Putting aside the love for embroidery, which characterized his early production, Liu Chao was trained at the renowned embroidery school Maison Lesage. The fashion designer delivered here in Paris a very wearable but incredibly chic Ready to Wear collection, with clear lines and stylish couture details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #liuchao #liuchaoarticle #liuchaoss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4147-1569943893Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4221-1569944062Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4272-1569944173Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4286-1569944194
    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied an
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    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled \"Son Bonheur\" and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. It was an expansion of the 80\'s and 90s inspiration, which was evident even in his FW19 fashion show. Revisiting the 80s and the 90s, the fashion designer showcased puffy exaggerated sleeves, black lace details, cold shoulders outfits, exaggerated frontal ruches, suit dresses, and above all, plenty of alter-necks and short, pretty tie dresses. He used an exciting variety of fabrics: flowered jacquard, burn-out velvet, velvet lace, satin, and pleated georgette. The color palette included black, delicate light yellow, intense ochre yellow, and a touch of red. Putting aside the love for embroidery, which characterized his early production, Liu Chao was trained at the renowned embroidery school Maison Lesage. The fashion designer delivered here in Paris a very wearable but incredibly chic Ready to Wear collection, with clear lines and stylish couture details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #liuchao #liuchaoarticle #liuchaoss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4147-1569943893Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4221-1569944062Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4272-1569944173Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4286-1569944194
    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied an
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    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled \"Son Bonheur\" and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. It was an expansion of the 80\'s and 90s inspiration, which was evident even in his FW19 fashion show. Revisiting the 80s and the 90s, the fashion designer showcased puffy exaggerated sleeves, black lace details, cold shoulders outfits, exaggerated frontal ruches, suit dresses, and above all, plenty of alter-necks and short, pretty tie dresses. He used an exciting variety of fabrics: flowered jacquard, burn-out velvet, velvet lace, satin, and pleated georgette. The color palette included black, delicate light yellow, intense ochre yellow, and a touch of red. Putting aside the love for embroidery, which characterized his early production, Liu Chao was trained at the renowned embroidery school Maison Lesage. The fashion designer delivered here in Paris a very wearable but incredibly chic Ready to Wear collection, with clear lines and stylish couture details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #liuchao #liuchaoarticle #liuchaoss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4147-1569943893Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4221-1569944062Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4272-1569944173Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4286-1569944194
    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied an
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    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied and worked for some of the top French haute couture houses, before launching his own label in 2016. This SS20 collection, titled \"Son Bonheur\" and dedicated to his mother, was presented at the prestigious Palais de Tokyo in Paris during Paris Fashion Week. It was an expansion of the 80\'s and 90s inspiration, which was evident even in his FW19 fashion show. Revisiting the 80s and the 90s, the fashion designer showcased puffy exaggerated sleeves, black lace details, cold shoulders outfits, exaggerated frontal ruches, suit dresses, and above all, plenty of alter-necks and short, pretty tie dresses. He used an exciting variety of fabrics: flowered jacquard, burn-out velvet, velvet lace, satin, and pleated georgette. The color palette included black, delicate light yellow, intense ochre yellow, and a touch of red. Putting aside the love for embroidery, which characterized his early production, Liu Chao was trained at the renowned embroidery school Maison Lesage. The fashion designer delivered here in Paris a very wearable but incredibly chic Ready to Wear collection, with clear lines and stylish couture details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #liuchao #liuchaoarticle #liuchaoss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #totemfashion #totemfashionarticle Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4147-1569943893Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4221-1569944062Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4272-1569944173Junko-Shimada-RTW-SS20-Paris-4286-1569944194
    Wearable Couture at Liu Chao Spring Summer 2020 Ready to Wear Born in China, Liu Chao has studied an
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    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week
    The Miami born and New York-based fashion designer and stylist Simone Sullivan presented her SS20 collection at New York Fashion Week. Committed to the promotion of people of color within the fashion industry, the fashion designer only had only models of color to showcase her collection.…[Read more]

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    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week The Miami born and New York-based fashion designer and stylist Simone Sullivan presented her SS20 collection at New York Fashion Week. Committed to the promotion of people of color within the fashion industry, the fashion designer only had only models of color to showcase her collection. But what was maybe most eye-catchy about the models was indeed the fact they were sent on the catwalk bare-breasted. The idea, certainly successful, was drawing attention to the trousers which the collection was entirely made of. The color palette was very vibrant and stretched to include the whole rainbow: yellow, orange, red, green, and blue. The energetic mood was accentuated by the shiny quality of the fabrics used. Beside the flared trousers and the ones with fringed lateral bands which also appeared in her previous collections, there was a whole universe of different models of trousers. The collection featured culottes, sequined golden and silver-striped trousers, palazzo and bell-bottom trousers, pencil trousers, bow-embellished red trousers, and green draped ones. Perhaps the most noticeable look was the asymmetric orange trousers – one long leg and a short one with a ruched hem – and the black outfit overlaying shorts over long trousers. With this collection, Simone Sullivan definitely embraced a bold and relatively informal style. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #simonesullivan #simonesullivanarticle #simonesullivanss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #accessbynkc #accessbynkcarticle hauturely_41-simonehauturely_37-simonehauturely_1-simonehauturely_9-simone
    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week The Miami born and New York-based fashio
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    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week The Miami born and New York-based fashion designer and stylist Simone Sullivan presented her SS20 collection at New York Fashion Week. Committed to the promotion of people of color within the fashion industry, the fashion designer only had only models of color to showcase her collection. But what was maybe most eye-catchy about the models was indeed the fact they were sent on the catwalk bare-breasted. The idea, certainly successful, was drawing attention to the trousers which the collection was entirely made of. The color palette was very vibrant and stretched to include the whole rainbow: yellow, orange, red, green, and blue. The energetic mood was accentuated by the shiny quality of the fabrics used. Beside the flared trousers and the ones with fringed lateral bands which also appeared in her previous collections, there was a whole universe of different models of trousers. The collection featured culottes, sequined golden and silver-striped trousers, palazzo and bell-bottom trousers, pencil trousers, bow-embellished red trousers, and green draped ones. Perhaps the most noticeable look was the asymmetric orange trousers – one long leg and a short one with a ruched hem – and the black outfit overlaying shorts over long trousers. With this collection, Simone Sullivan definitely embraced a bold and relatively informal style. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #simonesullivan #simonesullivanarticle #simonesullivanss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #accessbynkc #accessbynkcarticle hauturely_41-simonehauturely_37-simonehauturely_1-simonehauturely_9-simone
    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week The Miami born and New York-based fashio
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    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week The Miami born and New York-based fashion designer and stylist Simone Sullivan presented her SS20 collection at New York Fashion Week. Committed to the promotion of people of color within the fashion industry, the fashion designer only had only models of color to showcase her collection. But what was maybe most eye-catchy about the models was indeed the fact they were sent on the catwalk bare-breasted. The idea, certainly successful, was drawing attention to the trousers which the collection was entirely made of. The color palette was very vibrant and stretched to include the whole rainbow: yellow, orange, red, green, and blue. The energetic mood was accentuated by the shiny quality of the fabrics used. Beside the flared trousers and the ones with fringed lateral bands which also appeared in her previous collections, there was a whole universe of different models of trousers. The collection featured culottes, sequined golden and silver-striped trousers, palazzo and bell-bottom trousers, pencil trousers, bow-embellished red trousers, and green draped ones. Perhaps the most noticeable look was the asymmetric orange trousers – one long leg and a short one with a ruched hem – and the black outfit overlaying shorts over long trousers. With this collection, Simone Sullivan definitely embraced a bold and relatively informal style. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #simonesullivan #simonesullivanarticle #simonesullivanss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #accessbynkc #accessbynkcarticle hauturely_41-simonehauturely_37-simonehauturely_1-simonehauturely_9-simone
    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week The Miami born and New York-based fashio
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    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week The Miami born and New York-based fashion designer and stylist Simone Sullivan presented her SS20 collection at New York Fashion Week. Committed to the promotion of people of color within the fashion industry, the fashion designer only had only models of color to showcase her collection. But what was maybe most eye-catchy about the models was indeed the fact they were sent on the catwalk bare-breasted. The idea, certainly successful, was drawing attention to the trousers which the collection was entirely made of. The color palette was very vibrant and stretched to include the whole rainbow: yellow, orange, red, green, and blue. The energetic mood was accentuated by the shiny quality of the fabrics used. Beside the flared trousers and the ones with fringed lateral bands which also appeared in her previous collections, there was a whole universe of different models of trousers. The collection featured culottes, sequined golden and silver-striped trousers, palazzo and bell-bottom trousers, pencil trousers, bow-embellished red trousers, and green draped ones. Perhaps the most noticeable look was the asymmetric orange trousers – one long leg and a short one with a ruched hem – and the black outfit overlaying shorts over long trousers. With this collection, Simone Sullivan definitely embraced a bold and relatively informal style. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #simonesullivan #simonesullivanarticle #simonesullivanss20 #saragilardi #nyfw #nyfwarticle #accessbynkc #accessbynkcarticle hauturely_41-simonehauturely_37-simonehauturely_1-simonehauturely_9-simone
    Simone Sullivan Spring Summer 2020 at New York Fashion Week The Miami born and New York-based fashio
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    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life”
    French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall.

    The collection was titled “An Ode To Life” with reference to “Viva la Vida,” the last artwork of…[Read more]

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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
    Ingie Chalhoub’s Spring Summer 2020 Collection “An Ode To Life” French-Lebanese en
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    Ingie Chalhoub\'s Spring Summer 2020 Collection \"An Ode To Life\" French-Lebanese entrepreneur and fashion designer, Ingie Chalhoub presented her 2020 Summer collection in Paris. She also recently opened a flagship store within a prestigious Dubai Mall. The collection was titled \"An Ode To Life\" with reference to \"Viva la Vida,\" the last artwork of the Mexican artist and feminist icon Frida Kahlo. It was intended as a celebration of the will to struggle as a woman and love life despite difficult circumstances. A clear homage to Frida Kahlo was made through the use of structured bustier and leather harnesses, remindful of those the Mexican artist had to wear because of her health problems. The combination of male and female elements was also a hint of Frida\'s attitude. Thus, the collection featured a bandage dress laid over a male t-shirt and a couple of male suits contrasting with the otherwise very feminine outfits that are typical for the label. The flat flip-flops who made possible particularly fast steps and the models\' styling also added something to the male/female theme. The collection mixed some Mexican references connected to the choice of Frida Kahlo as an inspiration with the signature combination of European structured lines and more flowy oriental ones, embellishments and embroidery. Ruches, flouncy skirts, cropped top, waist cut-out dresses, and different kinds of embroideries were combined for a refined result, in a profusion of plumetis, macramé, embroidered details, and frills. The outfits showed great attention to details with unusual and refined necklines. Both the multicolored flared skirts, the fringed mini bags, and the elaborate leather belts were terrific, a real celebration of love for life and beauty. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Ingie Paris Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #ingieparis #ingieparisarticle #ingieparisss20 #saragilardi #pfw #pfwarticle #karlaotto #karlaottoarticle Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3314-1569506477Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3278-1569506418Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3248-1569506363Ingie-Paris-RTW-SS20-Paris-3202-1569506288
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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master’s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women’s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week.

    Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion…[Read more]

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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master\'s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women\'s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion designer mixed the traditional styles of Chinese minorities with the refined styles of the Qing Dynasty to create clean and minimalistic silhouettes suitable for a modern and western aesthetic. With their heads surmounted by magnificently embroidered headbands, significatively named Tiger Heads, and realized by deconstructing the namesake auspicious children\'s hats of the final period of the Qing Dynasty, the models made a grand entrance conveying a feeling of powerful regal grace. The collection included several Chinese elements like embroidery with birds and small flowers, elements of the well-known Chinese qipao dress, as the lines of buttons, used as decorations, cross-collar and mandarin collars, floral embroidered trimmings and ethnical geometric patterns, but also plunging necks, one cold shoulder sleeve details, bodies, low-cut shorts, corsets, corset belts, and denim. Many outfits mixed different fabrics, combined contrasting colors, or had linings in contrasting colors. The color palette focused on the intense colors of the Chinese tradition, in addition to black and white. The tailored or flouncy red outfits with richly embroidered details commanded attention. Yellow, the imperial color, and intense light blue were often combined. Thus, interestingly mixing Chinese tradition and modern silhouettes, a light blue blouse with floral motifs, clearly reminiscent of a qipao top part but with one cold shoulder, was combined with a yellow pencil-shaped wrap skirt with Chinese knot buttons. The collection was completed by lovely embroidered must-have mini bags and rigid belt-decorations, which emphasized the waist. All this resulted in a very feminine and luxurious collection suitable for an elegant woman who, as the smiling Zhao Huizhou who made her appearance dressed in imperial yellow at the end of the show, is fascinated by ancestral cultures and princess-like details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Hui Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hui #huiarticle #huiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-250hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-253hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-269hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-282
    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Hu
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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master\'s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women\'s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion designer mixed the traditional styles of Chinese minorities with the refined styles of the Qing Dynasty to create clean and minimalistic silhouettes suitable for a modern and western aesthetic. With their heads surmounted by magnificently embroidered headbands, significatively named Tiger Heads, and realized by deconstructing the namesake auspicious children\'s hats of the final period of the Qing Dynasty, the models made a grand entrance conveying a feeling of powerful regal grace. The collection included several Chinese elements like embroidery with birds and small flowers, elements of the well-known Chinese qipao dress, as the lines of buttons, used as decorations, cross-collar and mandarin collars, floral embroidered trimmings and ethnical geometric patterns, but also plunging necks, one cold shoulder sleeve details, bodies, low-cut shorts, corsets, corset belts, and denim. Many outfits mixed different fabrics, combined contrasting colors, or had linings in contrasting colors. The color palette focused on the intense colors of the Chinese tradition, in addition to black and white. The tailored or flouncy red outfits with richly embroidered details commanded attention. Yellow, the imperial color, and intense light blue were often combined. Thus, interestingly mixing Chinese tradition and modern silhouettes, a light blue blouse with floral motifs, clearly reminiscent of a qipao top part but with one cold shoulder, was combined with a yellow pencil-shaped wrap skirt with Chinese knot buttons. The collection was completed by lovely embroidered must-have mini bags and rigid belt-decorations, which emphasized the waist. All this resulted in a very feminine and luxurious collection suitable for an elegant woman who, as the smiling Zhao Huizhou who made her appearance dressed in imperial yellow at the end of the show, is fascinated by ancestral cultures and princess-like details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Hui Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hui #huiarticle #huiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-250hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-253hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-269hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-282
    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Hu
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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master\'s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women\'s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion designer mixed the traditional styles of Chinese minorities with the refined styles of the Qing Dynasty to create clean and minimalistic silhouettes suitable for a modern and western aesthetic. With their heads surmounted by magnificently embroidered headbands, significatively named Tiger Heads, and realized by deconstructing the namesake auspicious children\'s hats of the final period of the Qing Dynasty, the models made a grand entrance conveying a feeling of powerful regal grace. The collection included several Chinese elements like embroidery with birds and small flowers, elements of the well-known Chinese qipao dress, as the lines of buttons, used as decorations, cross-collar and mandarin collars, floral embroidered trimmings and ethnical geometric patterns, but also plunging necks, one cold shoulder sleeve details, bodies, low-cut shorts, corsets, corset belts, and denim. Many outfits mixed different fabrics, combined contrasting colors, or had linings in contrasting colors. The color palette focused on the intense colors of the Chinese tradition, in addition to black and white. The tailored or flouncy red outfits with richly embroidered details commanded attention. Yellow, the imperial color, and intense light blue were often combined. Thus, interestingly mixing Chinese tradition and modern silhouettes, a light blue blouse with floral motifs, clearly reminiscent of a qipao top part but with one cold shoulder, was combined with a yellow pencil-shaped wrap skirt with Chinese knot buttons. The collection was completed by lovely embroidered must-have mini bags and rigid belt-decorations, which emphasized the waist. All this resulted in a very feminine and luxurious collection suitable for an elegant woman who, as the smiling Zhao Huizhou who made her appearance dressed in imperial yellow at the end of the show, is fascinated by ancestral cultures and princess-like details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Hui Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hui #huiarticle #huiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-250hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-253hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-269hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-282
    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Hu
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    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Huizhou, a Chinese fashion designer with a Master\'s degree at Milan Polytechnic, presented her Spring/Summer collection during women\'s ready-to-wear Milan Fashion Week. Inspired by ancestral Chinese artisanal techniques and styles, the fashion designer mixed the traditional styles of Chinese minorities with the refined styles of the Qing Dynasty to create clean and minimalistic silhouettes suitable for a modern and western aesthetic. With their heads surmounted by magnificently embroidered headbands, significatively named Tiger Heads, and realized by deconstructing the namesake auspicious children\'s hats of the final period of the Qing Dynasty, the models made a grand entrance conveying a feeling of powerful regal grace. The collection included several Chinese elements like embroidery with birds and small flowers, elements of the well-known Chinese qipao dress, as the lines of buttons, used as decorations, cross-collar and mandarin collars, floral embroidered trimmings and ethnical geometric patterns, but also plunging necks, one cold shoulder sleeve details, bodies, low-cut shorts, corsets, corset belts, and denim. Many outfits mixed different fabrics, combined contrasting colors, or had linings in contrasting colors. The color palette focused on the intense colors of the Chinese tradition, in addition to black and white. The tailored or flouncy red outfits with richly embroidered details commanded attention. Yellow, the imperial color, and intense light blue were often combined. Thus, interestingly mixing Chinese tradition and modern silhouettes, a light blue blouse with floral motifs, clearly reminiscent of a qipao top part but with one cold shoulder, was combined with a yellow pencil-shaped wrap skirt with Chinese knot buttons. The collection was completed by lovely embroidered must-have mini bags and rigid belt-decorations, which emphasized the waist. All this resulted in a very feminine and luxurious collection suitable for an elegant woman who, as the smiling Zhao Huizhou who made her appearance dressed in imperial yellow at the end of the show, is fascinated by ancestral cultures and princess-like details. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Hui Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #hui #huiarticle #huiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-250hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-253hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-269hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-282
    Feel Like A Tiger, Look Like A Princess at Hui Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Zhao Hu
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    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    At Milano Fashion Week, ANTEPRIMA presented a collection significantly titled “Cuentos de Havana.” The fashion collection was accompanied by a poem celebrating the joy de vivre, the rhythms and the hues of Cuba´s capital, and its embodiment in the outfits showcased on the…[Read more]

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    A Joyful Poem at Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week At Milano Fashion Week, ANTEPRIMA presented a collection significantly titled “Cuentos de Havana.” The fashion collection was accompanied by a poem celebrating the joy de vivre, the rhythms and the hues of Cuba´s capital, and its embodiment in the outfits showcased on the catwalk. The fashion show was opened by soul singer Cony Yendry who entered the total darkness of the venue and delivered an intense live solo-performance, while the projection of a sandy beach was shown on a screen in the background for the audience, which was full of Italian and international celebrities and influencers. Once the Cuban summery mood was on, it never stopped. An immediate feeling of lightness was conveyed thanks to the use of natural and light materials. Natural and pink raffia were featured in whole garments, fringes, and accessories together with linen, cotton, and light knitted fabrics. The silhouettes were floaty, with plenty of asymmetric mullet skirts, flared ones, and shorts matched with bikini tops and plunging blouses or elegant Guayaberas. There were also ruched floaty dresses, perfect long fitted openwork knitted dresses in black or natural beige tones. An asymmetric dress made of patched multicolored stripes in warm hues that summed up the spirit of the collection with passionate quotes out of the accompanying poem like “Nobody you love is ever truly lost.” The palette included beige, black, white, brick red, green, and vibrant blue. The accessories played an important role in the mood of the collection. The outfits were completed by very high waist belts, peaks hats, and Basque hats in raffia and by a variety of trendy bags. Cute mini bags whose flat and square shapes contrasted with the raffia fringes, unusual bucket bags resembling a vertical bow and, of course, the signature handknitted wired bags, made of ANTEPRIMA´s exclusive light but resistant wire, in colored mini versions and in a special multicolored version in light blue hues were a favorite of ours. Japanese Creative Director Izumi Ogino has long been fusing traditional Italian craftsmanship with her own Japanese heritage and other traditions. She celebrated a Havana inspired cultural mix, creating a feminine and joyful collection with a feeling of freedom and natural lightness. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Anteprima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #anteprima #anteprimaarticle #anteprimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-4hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-34-2hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-40-1hauturely_anteprima_ss20__-44-1
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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic.

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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic. The color nuances, like the sounds of grunge, were unusual and somewhat “distorted.” Flag and emerald green, orange, fuchsia, and various shades of pink, camel, and brown were featured. The collection showed a great experimentation alternating and mixing masculine jacquards, hand-finished knitwear, gritty real leather, and above all, plain and embroidered crinoline, used with the declared intention to show what is usually hidden in line with the intimate grunge mood of the collection. Thus, on the catwalk, the models wore beautiful cocoon-like layered off-shoulder and sometimes ruched dresses in crinoline and touches of crinoline in the shape of shirts, pleated skirts, or belt corsets were to be found in many outfits. Floral ruched dresses and ribbon blouses contributed to the glam mood, while fitted knitted dresses and tops where fuchsia stripes alternated with white and black ones and leather skirts and jackets had a more rebellious attitude. Besides, there were chequered beige, dark green, or black and white outfits combining stripes and checks patterns, wide chequered shirts in grunge style, cropped tops, and shorts. The accessories included semi-transparent crinoline combat boots with leather details and stiletto mules with sharp toe as well as extra size envelope bags and retro clutches. As a whole, the collection had an intimate-rebellious young style with touches of glam. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cristianoburani #cristianoburaniarticle #cristianoburaniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8139-1569173866Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8168-1569173961Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8218-1569174097Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8059-1569173614
    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani
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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic. The color nuances, like the sounds of grunge, were unusual and somewhat “distorted.” Flag and emerald green, orange, fuchsia, and various shades of pink, camel, and brown were featured. The collection showed a great experimentation alternating and mixing masculine jacquards, hand-finished knitwear, gritty real leather, and above all, plain and embroidered crinoline, used with the declared intention to show what is usually hidden in line with the intimate grunge mood of the collection. Thus, on the catwalk, the models wore beautiful cocoon-like layered off-shoulder and sometimes ruched dresses in crinoline and touches of crinoline in the shape of shirts, pleated skirts, or belt corsets were to be found in many outfits. Floral ruched dresses and ribbon blouses contributed to the glam mood, while fitted knitted dresses and tops where fuchsia stripes alternated with white and black ones and leather skirts and jackets had a more rebellious attitude. Besides, there were chequered beige, dark green, or black and white outfits combining stripes and checks patterns, wide chequered shirts in grunge style, cropped tops, and shorts. The accessories included semi-transparent crinoline combat boots with leather details and stiletto mules with sharp toe as well as extra size envelope bags and retro clutches. As a whole, the collection had an intimate-rebellious young style with touches of glam. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cristianoburani #cristianoburaniarticle #cristianoburaniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8139-1569173866Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8168-1569173961Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8218-1569174097Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8059-1569173614
    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani
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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic. The color nuances, like the sounds of grunge, were unusual and somewhat “distorted.” Flag and emerald green, orange, fuchsia, and various shades of pink, camel, and brown were featured. The collection showed a great experimentation alternating and mixing masculine jacquards, hand-finished knitwear, gritty real leather, and above all, plain and embroidered crinoline, used with the declared intention to show what is usually hidden in line with the intimate grunge mood of the collection. Thus, on the catwalk, the models wore beautiful cocoon-like layered off-shoulder and sometimes ruched dresses in crinoline and touches of crinoline in the shape of shirts, pleated skirts, or belt corsets were to be found in many outfits. Floral ruched dresses and ribbon blouses contributed to the glam mood, while fitted knitted dresses and tops where fuchsia stripes alternated with white and black ones and leather skirts and jackets had a more rebellious attitude. Besides, there were chequered beige, dark green, or black and white outfits combining stripes and checks patterns, wide chequered shirts in grunge style, cropped tops, and shorts. The accessories included semi-transparent crinoline combat boots with leather details and stiletto mules with sharp toe as well as extra size envelope bags and retro clutches. As a whole, the collection had an intimate-rebellious young style with touches of glam. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cristianoburani #cristianoburaniarticle #cristianoburaniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8139-1569173866Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8168-1569173961Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8218-1569174097Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8059-1569173614
    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani
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    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at Milano Fashion week. The collection, inspired by a journey to Seattle, was titled “Glam goes grunge” and aimed to achieve a new rebellious but more intimate aesthetic. The color nuances, like the sounds of grunge, were unusual and somewhat “distorted.” Flag and emerald green, orange, fuchsia, and various shades of pink, camel, and brown were featured. The collection showed a great experimentation alternating and mixing masculine jacquards, hand-finished knitwear, gritty real leather, and above all, plain and embroidered crinoline, used with the declared intention to show what is usually hidden in line with the intimate grunge mood of the collection. Thus, on the catwalk, the models wore beautiful cocoon-like layered off-shoulder and sometimes ruched dresses in crinoline and touches of crinoline in the shape of shirts, pleated skirts, or belt corsets were to be found in many outfits. Floral ruched dresses and ribbon blouses contributed to the glam mood, while fitted knitted dresses and tops where fuchsia stripes alternated with white and black ones and leather skirts and jackets had a more rebellious attitude. Besides, there were chequered beige, dark green, or black and white outfits combining stripes and checks patterns, wide chequered shirts in grunge style, cropped tops, and shorts. The accessories included semi-transparent crinoline combat boots with leather details and stiletto mules with sharp toe as well as extra size envelope bags and retro clutches. As a whole, the collection had an intimate-rebellious young style with touches of glam. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cristianoburani #cristianoburaniarticle #cristianoburaniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8139-1569173866Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8168-1569173961Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8218-1569174097Cristiano-Burani-RTW-SS20-Milan-8059-1569173614
    Glam Goes Grunge at Cristiano Burani Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Cristiano Burani
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    A Journey Through Color at Cividini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    CIVIDINI, an Italian brand well known for its knitwear and its use of special hand-dyeing techniques, showcased its 2020 Spring/Summer collection at the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale for Milan fashion week.

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    A Journey Through Color at Cividini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week CIVIDINI, an Italian brand well known for its knitwear and its use of special hand-dyeing techniques, showcased its 2020 Spring/Summer collection at the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale for Milan fashion week. The collection was inspired by the colors and landscapes of Africa and the Sahara Desert, as portrayed in Bernardo Bertolucci cult film The Sheltering Sky. The palette featured earthy hues with sand, beige, brown, and yellow as the primary colors together with pink, delicate light blue and navy blue. The gradient blended colors and the patterns with narrow waves and colored squares reminded of desert landscapes and sand dunes. Other recurrent motifs were striped, floral, and palms prints. The accessories also featured special textures and motifs hinting to the desert theme. The collection, in high-quality fabrics, had a refined but comfortable travel style, featuring sarong skirts and Bermuda shorts matched with sheer colorful tight tops and pointed collar shirts, as well as sleeveless short dresses. Recurrent defining details were the four flapped patch pockets to be found on both male and female outfits, which played on the safari mood and the deep low-cut back of the tops. Beautiful accessories completed the outfits: refined bucket bags, bell-shaped hats in light colors with special textures, sandals made of woven leather stripes, and a beautiful variety of two-colors shoes. CIVIDINI´spring summer collection was meant for a modern woman on the move, looking for a refined, clean and comfortable style and high-quality fabrics. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cividini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cividini #cividiniarticle #cividiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_cividini-ss20-033hauturely_cividini-ss20-040hauturely_cividini-ss20-012hauturely_cividini-ss20-02
    A Journey Through Color at Cividini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week CIVIDINI, an Itali
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    A Journey Through Color at Cividini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week CIVIDINI, an Italian brand well known for its knitwear and its use of special hand-dyeing techniques, showcased its 2020 Spring/Summer collection at the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale for Milan fashion week. The collection was inspired by the colors and landscapes of Africa and the Sahara Desert, as portrayed in Bernardo Bertolucci cult film The Sheltering Sky. The palette featured earthy hues with sand, beige, brown, and yellow as the primary colors together with pink, delicate light blue and navy blue. The gradient blended colors and the patterns with narrow waves and colored squares reminded of desert landscapes and sand dunes. Other recurrent motifs were striped, floral, and palms prints. The accessories also featured special textures and motifs hinting to the desert theme. The collection, in high-quality fabrics, had a refined but comfortable travel style, featuring sarong skirts and Bermuda shorts matched with sheer colorful tight tops and pointed collar shirts, as well as sleeveless short dresses. Recurrent defining details were the four flapped patch pockets to be found on both male and female outfits, which played on the safari mood and the deep low-cut back of the tops. Beautiful accessories completed the outfits: refined bucket bags, bell-shaped hats in light colors with special textures, sandals made of woven leather stripes, and a beautiful variety of two-colors shoes. CIVIDINI´spring summer collection was meant for a modern woman on the move, looking for a refined, clean and comfortable style and high-quality fabrics. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cividini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cividini #cividiniarticle #cividiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_cividini-ss20-033hauturely_cividini-ss20-040hauturely_cividini-ss20-012hauturely_cividini-ss20-02
    A Journey Through Color at Cividini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week CIVIDINI, an Itali
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    A Journey Through Color at Cividini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week CIVIDINI, an Italian brand well known for its knitwear and its use of special hand-dyeing techniques, showcased its 2020 Spring/Summer collection at the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale for Milan fashion week. The collection was inspired by the colors and landscapes of Africa and the Sahara Desert, as portrayed in Bernardo Bertolucci cult film The Sheltering Sky. The palette featured earthy hues with sand, beige, brown, and yellow as the primary colors together with pink, delicate light blue and navy blue. The gradient blended colors and the patterns with narrow waves and colored squares reminded of desert landscapes and sand dunes. Other recurrent motifs were striped, floral, and palms prints. The accessories also featured special textures and motifs hinting to the desert theme. The collection, in high-quality fabrics, had a refined but comfortable travel style, featuring sarong skirts and Bermuda shorts matched with sheer colorful tight tops and pointed collar shirts, as well as sleeveless short dresses. Recurrent defining details were the four flapped patch pockets to be found on both male and female outfits, which played on the safari mood and the deep low-cut back of the tops. Beautiful accessories completed the outfits: refined bucket bags, bell-shaped hats in light colors with special textures, sandals made of woven leather stripes, and a beautiful variety of two-colors shoes. CIVIDINI´spring summer collection was meant for a modern woman on the move, looking for a refined, clean and comfortable style and high-quality fabrics. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cividini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cividini #cividiniarticle #cividiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_cividini-ss20-033hauturely_cividini-ss20-040hauturely_cividini-ss20-012hauturely_cividini-ss20-02
    A Journey Through Color at Cividini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week CIVIDINI, an Itali
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    A Journey Through Color at Cividini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week CIVIDINI, an Italian brand well known for its knitwear and its use of special hand-dyeing techniques, showcased its 2020 Spring/Summer collection at the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi) at Palazzo Reale for Milan fashion week. The collection was inspired by the colors and landscapes of Africa and the Sahara Desert, as portrayed in Bernardo Bertolucci cult film The Sheltering Sky. The palette featured earthy hues with sand, beige, brown, and yellow as the primary colors together with pink, delicate light blue and navy blue. The gradient blended colors and the patterns with narrow waves and colored squares reminded of desert landscapes and sand dunes. Other recurrent motifs were striped, floral, and palms prints. The accessories also featured special textures and motifs hinting to the desert theme. The collection, in high-quality fabrics, had a refined but comfortable travel style, featuring sarong skirts and Bermuda shorts matched with sheer colorful tight tops and pointed collar shirts, as well as sleeveless short dresses. Recurrent defining details were the four flapped patch pockets to be found on both male and female outfits, which played on the safari mood and the deep low-cut back of the tops. Beautiful accessories completed the outfits: refined bucket bags, bell-shaped hats in light colors with special textures, sandals made of woven leather stripes, and a beautiful variety of two-colors shoes. CIVIDINI´spring summer collection was meant for a modern woman on the move, looking for a refined, clean and comfortable style and high-quality fabrics. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Cividini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #cividini #cividiniarticle #cividiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_cividini-ss20-033hauturely_cividini-ss20-040hauturely_cividini-ss20-012hauturely_cividini-ss20-02
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week.

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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Former head designer for Jean-Paul Gaultier’s, Atsushi Nakashima, launched his Tokyo-based brand in 2011, and for the last eight seasons, he presented his collections at Milan Fashion Week. With this collection titled “Clairvoyance,” he took his futuristic mood to a new level, playing around the idea of a gaze capable of going beyond the façade of reality plus to show things from different perspectives. A deconstructed reality emerged through the asymmetric dresses, trenches, and sporty cool male jackets with side zippers assembling very different fabrics, patterns, and colors. Sheer organza cuts were patched with cuts with recognizable bandana patterns, monochromatic cuts in vibrant colors, cuts with Atsushi Nakashima´s distinctive triangle patterns. Besides, chequered prints in dark colors recurred and overlapped each other on more formal tailored pantsuits for both men and women. Deepening the clairvoyant mood, a series of outfits revealed mysterious inner layers by showing cotton cuts with printed naked realistic bodies in the style of the Italian painter Raffaello – or sometimes real bodies – through layers of sheer organza. Furthermore, the collection included silver shiny shirts and dresses plus anime tees and dresses that looked like a kimono on the one side and as a western outfit on the other one. Coherently with the mixed styles mood, some of the models wore shoes, which were a mix of laced sneakers and sabot with an open toe. The color palette was relatively dark, combining unusual colors like blue, orange, beige, green, and purple. A lighter tone came from iridescent or light blue shiny fabrics. Atsushi Nakashima produced very contemporary and futuristic outfits, offering an interesting conceptual vision using traditional Japanese fashion elements like geometric patterns, kimono references, patchwork techniques, and Japanese pop-culture like amine references and bandana patterns. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #atsushinakashima #atsushinakashimaarticle #atsushinakashimass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_20-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_020hauturely_24-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_024hauturely_33-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_033hauturely_03-atsushi-nakashima_20ss_003
    A Clairvoyant Gaze Into The Future at Atsushi Nakashima Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Wee
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a…[Read more]

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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020 Spring/Summer collection in the elegant setting of a boutique in via S. Andrea, in the very center of Milan fashion district during Milan Fashion Week. Owned by the luxury and contemporary manufacturing and distributing group OLG, F_WD, stated a deep commitment to ecological and social awareness expressed through the creativity of the designer Raphael Young. The collection materialized a cool and eco-friendly streetwear spirit. It included green motorbike helmets, recycled rubber boots, and colorful sneakers with messages promoting eco-awareness as well as T-shirts and backpacks made of recycled cotton and eco-friendly materials. After a healthy drink and some fancy appetizers, the staff was ready to give us and the other fashionable guests information about the collection and philosophy of the group. F_WD pays particular attention to the serious problem caused by plastic waste. It focuses on the development of new and less dangerous materials and manufacturing processes. It also focuses on recycled materials, its current collection being to an impressively high extent realized through the use of recycled, vegan, and biodegradable materials. The environmental commitment is accompanied by an effort to raise awareness through the explicit eco-messages printed on the products. F_WD, backed by the producing experience of ONG, took a big green step forward toward sustainable solutions and showed this in its Summer/Spring 2020 collection, inviting everybody to follow. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full F_WD Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fwd #fwdarticle #fwdss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticle IMG-20200109-WA0001IMG-20200109-WA0000IMG-20200109-WA0004IMG-20200109-WA0005
    Part of The Solution at F_WD Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week F_WD, presented its 2020
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s.

    On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on fla…[Read more]

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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion Week, ANNAKIKI presented a collection titled 2080, referencing the year from which her “girl from the future” would travel back to the 1980s. On the catwalk, the girls from the future swung their futuristic silver cylindric handbags and paced on flat square-toed mules. Still, they had made themselves home in the 1980s, wearing outfits that played on the silhouettes and distinctive elements of that period. On the notes of Madonna and Prince´s hits of the 1980s, the collection featured suits with ties, high-waist low-cut shorts, corset detailing, and plenty of exaggerated power shoulders and exaggerated sleeves. The dominating colors were bright pink, yellow, and bright blue together with more classical beige, and green. The materials included vinyl, pleather, and shiny satin. Masculine and feminine looks were alternated and mixed. Suits in pop colors or a neutral beige were followed by playful strapless cocktail dresses with puffball skirts. An iconic look in yellow with a bodice topped by flattered cones reminiscent of Jean-Paul Gaultier´s cone corset Madonna wore was an attention grabber. Long dresses with jumpsuit pockets were matched with giant romantic hats. Male models and female ones shared the same fluffy embellishments and the same colors. With 2080, Anna Yang presented a playful and, in many respects, rebellious collection, mixing up the iconic elements of the 80\'s feminism and reworking the suits of the middle class to dress her bright, subversive, and self-confident girl from the future. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #annakiki #annakikiarticle #annakikiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #pga #pgaarticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-236hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-224hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-220hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-213
    Annakiki Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week For her sixth runway show at Milan Fashion We
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994,…[Read more]

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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vignola presented his 2020 Spring/Summer collection at a lounge bar with a view on the renowned Milan gallery near the Duomo. Accompanied by different solo performances and with a contour of gothic dressed audience, the collection was titled 1994, with reference to a year Salvatore Vignola considers important because it was the year when he first started fantasizing about the sea-world and its mythical creatures. Known for his fantasy and love for costumes, Salvatore Vignola delivered a wildly creative collection once again with a profusion of glimmering satin and sheer mesh. White, lilac and light blue, shell-shaped bustier tops were matched to coordinated tight and flared trousers and ruched cycling shorts or incorporated into dresses. A shell-shaped white bikini top was paired with high waisted shorts and a sheer trench. The ruched sidebands returned on both jumpsuits, cycling shorts, and dresses as well as the shell motif, occurring on sheer mesh t-shirts and in the pockets of fitted blouses combined with matching leggings in green and blue. Completing the hyperbolic fantasy by the Italian designer, a sheer black T-shirt was matched with a skirt with fringes resembling seaweeds or with black trousers in a scales texture fabric ending in a fishtail. The models had fancy hairstyles and wore colorful rococo heeled shoes, colorful sneakers and boots embellished with flowers. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #salvatorevignola #salvatorevignolaarticle #salvatorevignolass20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #s2bpress #s2bpressarticle 04_salvatore-vignola20_salvatore-vignola21_salvatore-vignola13_salvatore-vignola
    Sporty-Goth Mermaids at Salvatore Vignola Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Salvatore Vi
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were…[Read more]

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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana F
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    Details, Details, Details at Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Fabiana Filippi´s Spring/Summer collection was shown for the elegant and cheerful crowd that gathered at the presentation that evening in the center of Milan during Milan Fashion Week. The smiling and professional staff served champagne. People were relaxing and gladly chattering, taking pictures and admiring the collection. We were very thankful for a relaxing moment after a busy day full of fashion shows. While enjoying a glass of champagne, we took the chance to have a good look at the details of the next season´s collection created by a designer whose refined style has long been well known to us. The relaxed classical beauty of Fabiana Filippi´s clothing took the form of elegant cigarette trousers, slightly flared skirts and dresses matched with coordinated jackets and shiny trenches. It also featured the beautiful multi-layered voluminous tulle dresses, fringed ponchos, and asymmetric skirts. The high quality of the fabrics was visible in a blend of lino, tulle, and knitwear. Shiny Swarovski neck trims and fringes were the details which, together with the many tactile textures, made the outfits special. The collection played on natural tones. The dominating colors were white and brown, although touches of beige, grey, dark forest green, and pink were included. The accessories were also top-class: Panama paper straw hats, flat-woven sandals, Swarovski embellished tennis shoes, as well as a variety of fabrics and leather belts that contributed to the femininity of the outfits. The Italian designer once again delivered an elegant and refined collection with a taste of artisanal details, which makes the made-in-Italy brand great. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Fabiana Filippi Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #fabianafilippi #fabianafilippiarticle #fabianafilippiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #negrifirman #negrifirmanarticle4_2019091918040424._2019091918034522._201909191803262_20190919180348
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    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    MRZ´s collection was showcased at Milano Fashion week in the beautiful courtyard of a liberty style palace, in the heart of Milano. Simona Marziali, founder of MRZ, worked for major Italian fashion brands for many years and won the “Who Is On Ne…[Read more]

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    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week MRZ´s collection was showcased at Milano Fashion week in the beautiful courtyard of a liberty style palace, in the heart of Milano. Simona Marziali, founder of MRZ, worked for major Italian fashion brands for many years and won the “Who Is On Next” emerging designer competition organized by Vogue Italia and Altaroma in 2018. Specializing in knitwear, she tried to work into her spring/summer ready-to-wear collection the free-spirit and the traditional hand knitting techniques of the Berbers, fusing them into the modern urban silhouettes of MRZ. This inspiration was easily recognizable in the rhombus motifs, the multi-color striped patterns and fringes of the traditional Berber rugs which could be found throughout the whole collection. The models, with long hair held back by sporty headbands wore layers of garments of different lengths and volumes: loose knitted dresses and flared trousers, bias-cut striped skirts, knitted sleeveless sweaters and knitted cropped tops open at the sides. The dominating colours were classy black and white, contrasted and combined in striped motifs and even mixed in the fringes. The mix was at its best in the oversized white t-shirt with black fringes dotted in white and in the more chic black alter neck dress with white fringes dotted in black. The outfits swayed gently like fins and tails of angelfishes while the model paced round the catwalk. Simona Marziali delivered an inspired collection in a chic sporty urban style that will be liked by dynamic young women looking for a free-spirit feeling. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #simonamarziali #simonamarzialiarticle #simonamarzialiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_13-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_013hauturely_16-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_016hauturely_04-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_004hauturely_01-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_001
    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week M
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    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week MRZ´s collection was showcased at Milano Fashion week in the beautiful courtyard of a liberty style palace, in the heart of Milano. Simona Marziali, founder of MRZ, worked for major Italian fashion brands for many years and won the “Who Is On Next” emerging designer competition organized by Vogue Italia and Altaroma in 2018. Specializing in knitwear, she tried to work into her spring/summer ready-to-wear collection the free-spirit and the traditional hand knitting techniques of the Berbers, fusing them into the modern urban silhouettes of MRZ. This inspiration was easily recognizable in the rhombus motifs, the multi-color striped patterns and fringes of the traditional Berber rugs which could be found throughout the whole collection. The models, with long hair held back by sporty headbands wore layers of garments of different lengths and volumes: loose knitted dresses and flared trousers, bias-cut striped skirts, knitted sleeveless sweaters and knitted cropped tops open at the sides. The dominating colours were classy black and white, contrasted and combined in striped motifs and even mixed in the fringes. The mix was at its best in the oversized white t-shirt with black fringes dotted in white and in the more chic black alter neck dress with white fringes dotted in black. The outfits swayed gently like fins and tails of angelfishes while the model paced round the catwalk. Simona Marziali delivered an inspired collection in a chic sporty urban style that will be liked by dynamic young women looking for a free-spirit feeling. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #simonamarziali #simonamarzialiarticle #simonamarzialiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_13-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_013hauturely_16-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_016hauturely_04-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_004hauturely_01-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_001
    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week M
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    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week MRZ´s collection was showcased at Milano Fashion week in the beautiful courtyard of a liberty style palace, in the heart of Milano. Simona Marziali, founder of MRZ, worked for major Italian fashion brands for many years and won the “Who Is On Next” emerging designer competition organized by Vogue Italia and Altaroma in 2018. Specializing in knitwear, she tried to work into her spring/summer ready-to-wear collection the free-spirit and the traditional hand knitting techniques of the Berbers, fusing them into the modern urban silhouettes of MRZ. This inspiration was easily recognizable in the rhombus motifs, the multi-color striped patterns and fringes of the traditional Berber rugs which could be found throughout the whole collection. The models, with long hair held back by sporty headbands wore layers of garments of different lengths and volumes: loose knitted dresses and flared trousers, bias-cut striped skirts, knitted sleeveless sweaters and knitted cropped tops open at the sides. The dominating colours were classy black and white, contrasted and combined in striped motifs and even mixed in the fringes. The mix was at its best in the oversized white t-shirt with black fringes dotted in white and in the more chic black alter neck dress with white fringes dotted in black. The outfits swayed gently like fins and tails of angelfishes while the model paced round the catwalk. Simona Marziali delivered an inspired collection in a chic sporty urban style that will be liked by dynamic young women looking for a free-spirit feeling. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #simonamarziali #simonamarzialiarticle #simonamarzialiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_13-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_013hauturely_16-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_016hauturely_04-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_004hauturely_01-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_001
    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week M
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    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week MRZ´s collection was showcased at Milano Fashion week in the beautiful courtyard of a liberty style palace, in the heart of Milano. Simona Marziali, founder of MRZ, worked for major Italian fashion brands for many years and won the “Who Is On Next” emerging designer competition organized by Vogue Italia and Altaroma in 2018. Specializing in knitwear, she tried to work into her spring/summer ready-to-wear collection the free-spirit and the traditional hand knitting techniques of the Berbers, fusing them into the modern urban silhouettes of MRZ. This inspiration was easily recognizable in the rhombus motifs, the multi-color striped patterns and fringes of the traditional Berber rugs which could be found throughout the whole collection. The models, with long hair held back by sporty headbands wore layers of garments of different lengths and volumes: loose knitted dresses and flared trousers, bias-cut striped skirts, knitted sleeveless sweaters and knitted cropped tops open at the sides. The dominating colours were classy black and white, contrasted and combined in striped motifs and even mixed in the fringes. The mix was at its best in the oversized white t-shirt with black fringes dotted in white and in the more chic black alter neck dress with white fringes dotted in black. The outfits swayed gently like fins and tails of angelfishes while the model paced round the catwalk. Simona Marziali delivered an inspired collection in a chic sporty urban style that will be liked by dynamic young women looking for a free-spirit feeling. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #simonamarziali #simonamarzialiarticle #simonamarzialiss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #maximilianlinz #maximilianlinzarticle hauturely_13-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_013hauturely_16-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_016hauturely_04-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_004hauturely_01-simona-marziali-mrz_ful_w_s20_mi_001
    Black and White Urban-Chic at MRZ by Simona Marziali Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week M
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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and ob…[Read more]

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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and observed that while in Amsterdam, he was struck by the fact that new things become more evident if contrasted with well-known things, like tulips or windmills. In the same way colour becomes more visible if it is shown with a black, clean background. Thus, the first part of the collection played on light and shade, alternating and combining black, white, greys and neutral tones with metallic shades. It mixed graphic effects, small and big polka dot fabrics, checkered and striped fabrics as well as delicate lily-of-the-valley and other floral prints. The second part of the collection brought on colour, with light blue and red, frequently associated in checkered and striped patterns, and touches of yellow and orange, sometimes painted on neutral backgrounds. The lightness of fabrics like silk chiffon and satin added to the flounce of the long or midi-long, sometimes asymmetric, dresses and of the trenches. Necklines varied from alter neck to crew neck, collars and V-neck frequently embellished by ribbons. Simple belts were used to emphasize the waist. To add a young contrasting touch, the models wore lace-up flat ankle boots, and the refined attires were sometimes matched with heavy neck chains. The square rigid pink and blue bags also added a contrasting note. The overall effect of the collection, accompanied by the notes of Sade Adu, was one of effortless refined elegance. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Maryling Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #maryling #marylingarticle #marylingss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_maryling-ss20_26hauturely_maryling-ss20_21hauturely_maryling-ss20_16hauturely_maryling-ss20_3
    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer
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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and observed that while in Amsterdam, he was struck by the fact that new things become more evident if contrasted with well-known things, like tulips or windmills. In the same way colour becomes more visible if it is shown with a black, clean background. Thus, the first part of the collection played on light and shade, alternating and combining black, white, greys and neutral tones with metallic shades. It mixed graphic effects, small and big polka dot fabrics, checkered and striped fabrics as well as delicate lily-of-the-valley and other floral prints. The second part of the collection brought on colour, with light blue and red, frequently associated in checkered and striped patterns, and touches of yellow and orange, sometimes painted on neutral backgrounds. The lightness of fabrics like silk chiffon and satin added to the flounce of the long or midi-long, sometimes asymmetric, dresses and of the trenches. Necklines varied from alter neck to crew neck, collars and V-neck frequently embellished by ribbons. Simple belts were used to emphasize the waist. To add a young contrasting touch, the models wore lace-up flat ankle boots, and the refined attires were sometimes matched with heavy neck chains. The square rigid pink and blue bags also added a contrasting note. The overall effect of the collection, accompanied by the notes of Sade Adu, was one of effortless refined elegance. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Maryling Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #maryling #marylingarticle #marylingss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_maryling-ss20_26hauturely_maryling-ss20_21hauturely_maryling-ss20_16hauturely_maryling-ss20_3
    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer
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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and observed that while in Amsterdam, he was struck by the fact that new things become more evident if contrasted with well-known things, like tulips or windmills. In the same way colour becomes more visible if it is shown with a black, clean background. Thus, the first part of the collection played on light and shade, alternating and combining black, white, greys and neutral tones with metallic shades. It mixed graphic effects, small and big polka dot fabrics, checkered and striped fabrics as well as delicate lily-of-the-valley and other floral prints. The second part of the collection brought on colour, with light blue and red, frequently associated in checkered and striped patterns, and touches of yellow and orange, sometimes painted on neutral backgrounds. The lightness of fabrics like silk chiffon and satin added to the flounce of the long or midi-long, sometimes asymmetric, dresses and of the trenches. Necklines varied from alter neck to crew neck, collars and V-neck frequently embellished by ribbons. Simple belts were used to emphasize the waist. To add a young contrasting touch, the models wore lace-up flat ankle boots, and the refined attires were sometimes matched with heavy neck chains. The square rigid pink and blue bags also added a contrasting note. The overall effect of the collection, accompanied by the notes of Sade Adu, was one of effortless refined elegance. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Maryling Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #maryling #marylingarticle #marylingss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_maryling-ss20_26hauturely_maryling-ss20_21hauturely_maryling-ss20_16hauturely_maryling-ss20_3
    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer
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    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer collection, significantly titled Plychrome fusion, was showcased at Palazzo Mezzanotte, in Piazza Affari, the business heart of Milano.Ashalom Gur, Maryling´s creative director, declared his fascination with Erwin Blumenfeld´s photography and observed that while in Amsterdam, he was struck by the fact that new things become more evident if contrasted with well-known things, like tulips or windmills. In the same way colour becomes more visible if it is shown with a black, clean background. Thus, the first part of the collection played on light and shade, alternating and combining black, white, greys and neutral tones with metallic shades. It mixed graphic effects, small and big polka dot fabrics, checkered and striped fabrics as well as delicate lily-of-the-valley and other floral prints. The second part of the collection brought on colour, with light blue and red, frequently associated in checkered and striped patterns, and touches of yellow and orange, sometimes painted on neutral backgrounds. The lightness of fabrics like silk chiffon and satin added to the flounce of the long or midi-long, sometimes asymmetric, dresses and of the trenches. Necklines varied from alter neck to crew neck, collars and V-neck frequently embellished by ribbons. Simple belts were used to emphasize the waist. To add a young contrasting touch, the models wore lace-up flat ankle boots, and the refined attires were sometimes matched with heavy neck chains. The square rigid pink and blue bags also added a contrasting note. The overall effect of the collection, accompanied by the notes of Sade Adu, was one of effortless refined elegance. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Maryling Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #maryling #marylingarticle #marylingss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #guitar #guitararticle hauturely_maryling-ss20_26hauturely_maryling-ss20_21hauturely_maryling-ss20_16hauturely_maryling-ss20_3
    Plychrome Fusion at Maryling Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Maryling´s Spring/Summer
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess,…[Read more]

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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
    hauturely posted an update
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Sardinian fashion designer and stage director Antonio Marras presented his spring collection at Teatro Elfo Puccini, staging a theatrical performance inspired by a fairy tale about a rebel Japanese princess, written in a witty and humorous style by his wife, Patrizia. Both the stage performance and the fashion collection were meant to deconstruct and remix the cultures of Sardinia and Japan, twin islands in Marras´s view, joined by legends about predestination and passion, and by love for textiles, embroidery, and intarsia. As Japanese Kabuki theatre, the performance staged by Marras only showed some moments of the story. Women were wandering with travel bags in cotton-duck and belts ending with a long loose end, possibly symbolizing the thread of destiny that unite twin souls. According to the Marras legend, the princess roaming, desperately drawing a heavy thread; and finally, the rejoiced princess in her majestic heron costume with a golden stole with white embroidered herons and a feathered headpiece. The choreography was completed by various theatrical characters shuffling in high geta, masks, and red parasols. The most interesting among them, probably hinting at the idea of deconstruction, was wearing a headpiece from which stripes of kimono fabric hanged, the kimono being already in itself “the quintessential deconstructed garment,” according to Marras. The fashion designer showcased a collection rich in asymmetrical garments where different fabrics such as silk, brocade, knitted fabrics, and sequined fabrics, were patched together, which is typical for Marras. Kimono-inspired outfits were enriched by round collars heavily embroidered with pearls and small flowers. Trousers caught in at the ankle, kimono sleeves, and embroideries came up recurrently through the collection. Chequered fabrics were mixed with denim in more informal wear and styles were mixed, from Japanese street fashion to the point a blouse with kimono sleeves could have a hood. The dominating colors were gold, pink, ivory, light blue, and red. The overall effect was one of unconventionality. Like the jana fairy named Jachedda in Patrizia Sardo Marras´s story, The True Story of Shiro and Baingio, Antonio Marras “has a passion for mixing and matching and reinterprets fashion with character.” written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Antonio Marras Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #antoniomarras #antoniomarrasarticle #antoniomarrasss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #isabellaerrani #isabellaerraniarticleAntonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020Antonio Marras RTW Spring 2020
    The Deconstructed Adventures of A Rebellious Japanese Princess in Sardinia at Antonio Marras Spring
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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week
    Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Rea…[Read more]

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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Reale in the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi), just a step away from the Duomo. According to the myth, the once divinely harmonious reign of Atlantis was destroyed by natural calamities as a punishment for the wars prompted by human ambition. Curiously, a similar destiny occurred to the Great Hall of Caryatids, whose statues were eroded by fires, rain, and snow after the bombardments during WW2. Guardini, while aware of the risks of a compromised bond between humanity and nature, believes in the positive sides of human nature, and acts as positive force, capable of pushing for a change involving in his project such important players of the fashion industry as Albini Donna, Aquafil, Isko, Mantero, Red, and Swarovski. Helped by the sound of beach waves, we took a plunge and found ourselves in Atlantis, following mermaids bearing fancy sea-inspired, bright-blue headpieces made with Acquafil´s regenerated nylon yarn. Some of these mermaids flowed around in loose pantsuits and flouncy striped trenches in vivid colors or silk dresses with Atlantis inspired prints. Others shined in the see-through white and blue scalloped long dresses with their breasts covered by embroidered shells and seahorses made with Swarovski´s lead-free crystals. And then we plunged in even deeper blue with the beautiful long dresses in Isko´s denim decorated with truly amazing lasered eco-prints designed by the artist Luigi Ciuffreda. Guardini looking at the lost world of Atlantis, tried to push us to take a plunge, not in the past but the future and with his own way to make this future beautiful. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #tizianoguardini #tizianoguardiniarticle #tizianoguardiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #studiore #studiorearticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-116hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-105hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-89hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-82
    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano G
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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Reale in the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi), just a step away from the Duomo. According to the myth, the once divinely harmonious reign of Atlantis was destroyed by natural calamities as a punishment for the wars prompted by human ambition. Curiously, a similar destiny occurred to the Great Hall of Caryatids, whose statues were eroded by fires, rain, and snow after the bombardments during WW2. Guardini, while aware of the risks of a compromised bond between humanity and nature, believes in the positive sides of human nature, and acts as positive force, capable of pushing for a change involving in his project such important players of the fashion industry as Albini Donna, Aquafil, Isko, Mantero, Red, and Swarovski. Helped by the sound of beach waves, we took a plunge and found ourselves in Atlantis, following mermaids bearing fancy sea-inspired, bright-blue headpieces made with Acquafil´s regenerated nylon yarn. Some of these mermaids flowed around in loose pantsuits and flouncy striped trenches in vivid colors or silk dresses with Atlantis inspired prints. Others shined in the see-through white and blue scalloped long dresses with their breasts covered by embroidered shells and seahorses made with Swarovski´s lead-free crystals. And then we plunged in even deeper blue with the beautiful long dresses in Isko´s denim decorated with truly amazing lasered eco-prints designed by the artist Luigi Ciuffreda. Guardini looking at the lost world of Atlantis, tried to push us to take a plunge, not in the past but the future and with his own way to make this future beautiful. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #tizianoguardini #tizianoguardiniarticle #tizianoguardiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #studiore #studiorearticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-116hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-105hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-89hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-82
    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano G
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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Reale in the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi), just a step away from the Duomo. According to the myth, the once divinely harmonious reign of Atlantis was destroyed by natural calamities as a punishment for the wars prompted by human ambition. Curiously, a similar destiny occurred to the Great Hall of Caryatids, whose statues were eroded by fires, rain, and snow after the bombardments during WW2. Guardini, while aware of the risks of a compromised bond between humanity and nature, believes in the positive sides of human nature, and acts as positive force, capable of pushing for a change involving in his project such important players of the fashion industry as Albini Donna, Aquafil, Isko, Mantero, Red, and Swarovski. Helped by the sound of beach waves, we took a plunge and found ourselves in Atlantis, following mermaids bearing fancy sea-inspired, bright-blue headpieces made with Acquafil´s regenerated nylon yarn. Some of these mermaids flowed around in loose pantsuits and flouncy striped trenches in vivid colors or silk dresses with Atlantis inspired prints. Others shined in the see-through white and blue scalloped long dresses with their breasts covered by embroidered shells and seahorses made with Swarovski´s lead-free crystals. And then we plunged in even deeper blue with the beautiful long dresses in Isko´s denim decorated with truly amazing lasered eco-prints designed by the artist Luigi Ciuffreda. Guardini looking at the lost world of Atlantis, tried to push us to take a plunge, not in the past but the future and with his own way to make this future beautiful. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #tizianoguardini #tizianoguardiniarticle #tizianoguardiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #studiore #studiorearticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-116hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-105hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-89hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-82
    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano G
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    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano Guardini, winner of the memorable first edition of The Green Carpet Challenge Fashion Award in 2017 and well known for his attempt to combine eco-social commitment and quality artisanal couture, presented his collection “Atlantis” at Palazzo Reale in the Great Hall of Caryatids (Sala Delle Cariatidi), just a step away from the Duomo. According to the myth, the once divinely harmonious reign of Atlantis was destroyed by natural calamities as a punishment for the wars prompted by human ambition. Curiously, a similar destiny occurred to the Great Hall of Caryatids, whose statues were eroded by fires, rain, and snow after the bombardments during WW2. Guardini, while aware of the risks of a compromised bond between humanity and nature, believes in the positive sides of human nature, and acts as positive force, capable of pushing for a change involving in his project such important players of the fashion industry as Albini Donna, Aquafil, Isko, Mantero, Red, and Swarovski. Helped by the sound of beach waves, we took a plunge and found ourselves in Atlantis, following mermaids bearing fancy sea-inspired, bright-blue headpieces made with Acquafil´s regenerated nylon yarn. Some of these mermaids flowed around in loose pantsuits and flouncy striped trenches in vivid colors or silk dresses with Atlantis inspired prints. Others shined in the see-through white and blue scalloped long dresses with their breasts covered by embroidered shells and seahorses made with Swarovski´s lead-free crystals. And then we plunged in even deeper blue with the beautiful long dresses in Isko´s denim decorated with truly amazing lasered eco-prints designed by the artist Luigi Ciuffreda. Guardini looking at the lost world of Atlantis, tried to push us to take a plunge, not in the past but the future and with his own way to make this future beautiful. written by Sara Gilardi Click HERE to view the full Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 collection. #article #tizianoguardini #tizianoguardiniarticle #tizianoguardiniss20 #saragilardi #mfw #mfwarticle #studiore #studiorearticle hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-116hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-105hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-89hauturely_mfw-19-18-septembre-82
    A Plunge Into The Future at Tiziano Guardini Spring Summer 2020 during Milano Fashion Week Tiziano G
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