The Spring/Summer 2018 Fashion Week which drew to a close in Milan on Monday, dazzled with its energy and, amidst fashion show performances and glamorous events, revealed an ultra-feminine silhouette on the runways.
A fragmented digital world is forcing the beneficiaries of Milan's trade show and glitterati gathering, better known as Fashion Week, to peel back the curtain ever so slightly on the invitation-only party.
Leaving the post of creative director of a brand can be a great liberation for a designer, especially if it is an evening job. That was the lesson of the latest collection by Massimo Giorgetti for his own brand MSGM.
Trussardi, one of Italy's oldest fashion houses, unveiled on Sunday a collection that had plenty of abstract aeroplane motifs, clothes that billowed like parachutes and even a few re-imagined pilot jumpsuits.
Italian designer Angela Missoni celebrated 20 years at the creative helm of the family-owned knitwear brand with a party-inspired collection, declaring herself proud of having kept the brand relevant over the years.
In a brilliantly conceived homage, Donatella Versace commemorated Gianni’s 20th anniversary – the gentleman passed 20 years ago – on Friday with a collection remembering his moments of glory and not his cruel ending.