Fashion does it Better

05-04-16

Main Dish

The launch of a new magazine is always a reason to rejoice and the launch of Luncheon was enough happiness to let us forget about the rain and even more about any kind of ride outside. Instead we keep ourselves behind closed doors, indulging with beauty and vegetables (and fish-candies!), especially excited to read names like Solve Sundsbo or Paolo Roversi among several others. And see Anna Cleveland by this very same Paolo who also has a promising interview inside. Just all we needed to feel hungry for some more heavenly... [Lire la suite]
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08-03-11

Rejoice

      Caterina Ravaglia @ Elite (Milan, Paris) Every show season has its high and low moments and to be sincere with you readers, this one was full of radical changes of mood going from total boredom to the highest hopes. The most important might be to find a balance and let the rare moment of geniune excitement become inspirations for the future. Every little detail we notice that can strengthen our vision is worth to take as good sign and every moment that could lower our faith should be skipped as fast as we can... [Lire la suite]
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08-10-10

Frozen Tears

Valeria Kelava @ Ford (NY), Oui (Paris) Ending the season with a flawless week in Paris from Balenciaga to Miu Miu, from Givenchy to Louis Vuitton, from Rick Owens to Viktor & Rolf, from Giambattista Valli to Kenzo and sorry for the ones we've had to skipped, they would be worth a mention too. Flawless show-list and a good editorial kick to keep it all sky-high. Two stories in Vogue Italia's October issue would be enough to write a note even with no shows to back it up but the combination of both can be considered as an... [Lire la suite]
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06-09-09

The Viktoriyan Era

Viktoriya Sasonkina @ Women (NY) Can't get enough. Can't wait. Can't take my eyes off. The usual sentences to describe any piece of Viktoriya Sasonkina's work. Once you fell into the deep trap of her appeal, it's almost impossible to get out of it and a try would even get you deeper. This is for her magic. Now, on a more strategic side, we also owe this precious and undying love to the careful management she receives from Women worldwide which could be simplified as "precious girls need precious bookings and precious... [Lire la suite]