Following the lead of inclusive runway shows in the New York area, Italian blogger Laura Brioschi kick-started a body positive catwalk during Milan Fashion Week.
Dolce & Gabbana have courted controversy in the past, but now it seems they’re onto courting millennials. Holding a “secret” show on Saturday night in Milan, the design duo invited several influencers and celebrity kids to take to the flower-filled catwalk. Members of the British aristocracy — including Princess Diana‘s niece, Kitty Spencer — made an appearance, along with the children of Jamie Foxx, P. Diddy and Pamela Anderson. The world’s “most beautiful child,” Thylane Blondeau, also took a turn, wearing her very own crown. Here’s every famous face that traipsed up and down the D&G catwalk.Read more on Yahoo Lifestyle: Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele put on a showy runway during Milan Fashion Week, replete with references to empires past. But is any of it wearable?
Last week, model Gigi Hadid came under fire after “notorious prankster” Vitalii Sediuk grabbed her in the streets of Milan as she was exiting the Max Mara show. From there, the headlines began: “Not model behavior” and “Gigi gets violent.” But wasn’t Hadid merely defending herself? Immediately after the incident, Hadid took to Twitter to discuss her actions, saying she had “every right” to fight off her attacker and “how dare that idiot” think he has “the right to man-handle a complete stranger.” Even still, many were quick to judge her reaction, claiming Sediuk was known for being a prankster and had committed similar acts against other celebrities in the past –he’s also been credited with kissing Will Smith, accosting Leonardo DiCaprio, breaking Brad Pitt’s glasses and knocking over Kim Kardashian.
More than 150 shows, presentations and countless appointments over 29 days in 4 fashion cities, the marathon has finally ended. Looking back from the first show in New York to the last show in Paris yesterday, here are the strongest trends. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterestfor nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
More than 150 shows, presentations and countless appointments over 29 days in 4 fashion cities, the marathon has finally ended. Looking back from the first show in New York to the last show in Paris yesterday, here are the strongest trends.
Ciao amore! Milan Fashion Week is officially over and we are already rushing to Paris shows and appointments, but let’s take a look back at the best of Italy. So what stylish delights got us excited for warm weather before even the first frost? Here’s a breakdown: Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
A model on Dolce & Gabbana’s runway this weekend. Photo: Getty Images The big news out of Milan this week was selfies. Specifically, the ones the models snapped on Dolce & Gabbana’s celebratory runway. The clothes were, as usual, an almost cartoon-like tribute to the Italy of yesteryear, with Sophia Loren-inspired hair and makeup, embroidered lace dresses, bedazzled accessories, and floral everything.
The Spring 2016 menswear shows just wrapped in Milan and before the editors, models, and buyers storm Paris, we’re taking a moment to reflect on what went down in the Italian fashion capital. Among the most buzz-worthy collections was Alessandro Michele’s second outing for Gucci. His loose, gender fluid clothing featured pearls, pussy bow blouses, and outerwear embroidered with flowers. The Gucci man is a man of the world, not bound by any continent or restraints. This gypsy mindset was also prevalent at Prada, Bottega Veneta, DSquared2, and Bally. Meanwhile there were also plenty of hot guys wrapped in soft knits, as well as longhaired babes rocking socks with their mandals. Take a look and get inspired by what will be in stores next Spring! More from Yahoo Style:“Star Wars” & Surfer Vibes Rule at Menswear Shows in London