Next winter’s men’s collection designed for the LVMH-owned Italian luxury label by Silvia Fendi Venturini is a sophisticated, modern revisitation, with a slightly British edge, of Fendi’s classic past wardrobe.
This weekend in Milano Moda Uomo, ending Monday, was a season of new designers and venerable insider's labels making important statements, as creative minds profited from the lockdown to explore new options.
Nothing like a new management to liberate a venerable brand and unleash the potential of a talented designer. Which was very much the case on Sunday, when Kean Etro staged one of his snappiest collections for the house.
Right when you were thinking one could drown in all the laudable sustainable menswear on display in Milan, along comes Dolce & Gabbana to wake the whole city up with some moda alla Machine Gun Kelly on Saturday.
The brothers Caten returned to their Canadian roots this season with a DSquared2 collection ideal for Deep North dandies and hipster trappers presented Friday, the opening day of the Milan menswear season.
Borsalino, a magical name, hasn’t had the most magical time of late, with a pandemic-induced factory closure and a tough global market, but with an art-inspired collection its new management reveals their strategy.
PVH’s Tommy Hilfiger has named the winners of its third Fashion Frontier Challenge, the dedicated global programme designed to “find and support ideas that lead to a more inclusive fashion landscape”.
Ralph Lauren is delving deeper into material innovation, announcing on Thursday the launch of a sustainable performance polo shirt, set to make its debut at the 2022 Australian Open in Melbourne next week.
The Council of Fashion Designers of America has released its official New York Fashion Week lineup for February, which sees a host of new and big-name designers set to showcase their latest collections in the Big Apple.
Missing Armani, the Milan fashion week scheduled on January 14-18 will feature 16 physical shows and 18 digital ones. Among the events, a unique installation in homage to Virgil Abloh at the Louis Vuitton store.
According to a study by consulting firm PwC presented in Florence on Monday, Italy’s fashion market is expected to be worth €81.3 billion in 2023, up from €78 billion this year, still penalised by reduced tourism.