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  • Dolce & Gabbana finale at Milan Fashion Week via Catwalking
    Art & Culture
    Style
    Kayla Pantano(September 27, 2016)
    A recap of the six-day event, where Italian designers paid homage to heritage while heralding innovation.
  • New York via Calabria. How the granddaughter of a Sicilian barber fell in love with the profession at an early age, landed in the Big Apple, (re)invented her job, and wound up achieving her dream of working in the world of fashion (and much more).
  • A group of young ladies in swimsuit(s) portrayed on a beach in Florida at the end of the ‘20s, a bald head completely covered by a giant, colorful tattoo of a man in Pittsburgh, the photo of a stolen moment of a man and a woman during a party in their fancy dresses at Venice Casino as well as details, ornaments and accessories of traditional dresses from all over the world. All of this (and so much more) is what Fashion is about.
  • The countdown to 2015 is upon us. It’s time to embrace the tradition and magic of the upcoming holidays in style! Italian style, that is! I know it can be hard to pick and choose among the endless variety of clothes the fashion world throws our way. So here are a few tips to help you navigate the aisles and give new meaning to the word “gift.”
  • Milano Unica, the luxury textile and accessories fair based in Milan, sponsored by the Ministry of Economic Development in partnership with the Italian Trade Commission of Exhibitors (ICE), made its debut in New York City at the Jacob K. Javits Center from July 20th to July 22nd.
  • Fashion designer and visionary Elio Fiorucci was found dead in his Milan home on Monday. He was 80 years old. Famous for their stretch jeans, his brand’s eccentric, funky and sometimes promiscuous image encapsulated the youthful enthusiasm which characterized the disco era during which the Fiorucci cherubs were such a powerful fashion force.
  • For a comfortable, romantic, softly lit, playful and wry spring. The watchword is vintage. Italian stylists have come to us bearing gifts inspired by the world of dance and the splendors of childhood. Our recommendations for intimate apparel, on the other hand, lean toward the sexy and (obviously) vintage. For your own personal downtime, only trust designs wedded to fashion. As for your wrist, go romantic—without a shadow of a doubt. And for you first jog across the grass left behind by the snow? Below you’ll find some decidedly different shoes….

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