Discover bistRo Aimo e Nadia, Rossa Orlandi’s Newest Restaurant – Style icon Rossana Orlandi has opened a new restaurant in Milan, bistRo Aimo e Nadia, whose decoration reflect’s the owner’s taste for style and elegance. Rossana Orlandi has been an icon in Milan for over a decade, with her Gallery Rossana Orlandi, a must-see experience […]
Homo Faber: The Venice Event You Can’t Miss – Homo Faber, organised by the leading Swiss-based entity Michelangelo Foundation, is a unique Venitian event that will take place from 14-30 September at Fondazione Giorgio Cini. The event has the purpose of giving a new dimension to European craftsmanship and design, by reviving arts that may have […]
Day 2 at the most important Spring/Summer 2014 catwalk, Milan Fashion week
For anyone who looks at fashion with skepticism and eye-rolling, you just can’t imagine the overwhelming feeling of “wow” that you get when the most fashion labels like Prada, Just Cavalli, Fendi achieve it. And honestly, we feel bad for anyone who doesn’t just enjoy fashion in these kinds of moments. Sure, the vast majority of women won’t be able to wear or afford this, but that doesn’t mean they won’t be inspired by it.
Certain collections benefit from a closer look,like the one Max Mara had it. Editors and buyers schedule their re-sees, just to have a chance to appreciate the soft luxury of Max Mara’s spring collection.
Karl Lagerfeld and Sylvia Fendi’s bold, colorful spring collection for Fendi was a bit of a shock to the senses after Max Mara’s understated neutrals–and a good one. The red, pink, white and blue, light-blue, white color combos were feminine and cheerfull. Cara Delevigne opened the show.
Lots of things seem to inspire Miuccia Prada when putting a show, since traditional Japanese culture. Hitchcock heroines. Race cars. And…Britney Spears? This one feels likes “omg”…when then the bombastic new single “Work Bitch” starts playing- it will be for sure the Prada’s and Milan fashion show soundtrack.