Hollywood's biggest stars strutted their stuff on the Oscars red carpet Sunday, and a few trends emerged: old school glamour, metallic gowns, lots of pink, trousers on the women. and one stunning gown on a man.
Thursday was a busy day for Giorgio Armani who staged his latest Emporio show in the morning; opened his radically revamped Armani Caffè; and feted fashion week at an after party in his own personal nightclub in Milan.
After the German press published an interview with brand CEO Pier Paolo Righi, it looked like Carine Roitfeld and Hun Kim would take over the late designer's label, an option since denied by the brand to FashionNetwork.
LFW's Designer Showrooms may have had less attention than the big runway names, but it continued to do what it always does - shining a spotlight on young and promising labels from the UK and further afield.
Olivier Saillard, the noted curator of multiple designer museum retrospectives, showed up in Milan’s hippest big boutique Corso Como at Thursday lunchtime to present his latest artistic brainchild, Moda Povera II.
The latest iteration of Moncler Genius on Wednesday felt more like a festival than a fashion event, as fans queued by 10 warehouses with installations from the likes of Richard Quinn, Pierpaolo Piccioli and Simone Rocha.
The Italian brand has handed over the reins of Red Tag to the Moscow-born designer. The Red Tag x GR-Uniforma collaboration will be presented on May 9 to coincide with the start of the Venice Biennale.
The CFDA and Vogue have announced the 16th season of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund's Americans in Paris, with participating designers including CVFF runner-up, Emily Adams Bode, and CVFF winner Kerby Jean-Raymond.
Some fashion businesses are now looking to meet the demand for new styles through digital designs, convincing customers to pay real cash for virtual clothes that are digitally “fitted” onto users’ photographs.