Saskia de Brauw, Emily Baker, Francisco Lachowski, Adrien Sahores and Bo Develius in black and white pictures for the DSquared FW 2011 ad campaign.
Trussardi products and accessories are concentrated on accessories, 100% Made in Italy, with style that is strong and subtle, incisive and fresh.
The show opens with a father who carries around his own son in a backpack. Is this the man to whom Carlo Pignatelli has devoted his collection?
GUCCI is a label that does glamour – a theme which became central to its menswear collection today, which was inspired by the vanity of man.
The church-y version of “Come As You Are” that opened the latest Dsquared² show underscored the mash-up of pioneer spirit and grungy guy that Dean and Dan Caten imagined for their new collection.
MILAN – Ermanno Scervino’s polished, incredible tailoring is impressive–and yet, he’s still sportswear and not merely suit looks.
EMPORIO ARMANI’S show notes told us how, this season, we were being “plunged into an intrinsically realistic urban townscape”
Frizzante! Buzzy fun has always been the serving suggestion of D&G. The audience members may be the type to sip Coca-Cola Light, but Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana know a big-flavored, high-calorie kindred spirit when they see one.
Corneliani presents the new F/W 2011 collection at the Manzoni cinema. With the help of special spotlights and projections, the setting of this season’s show is evocative of a forties Hollywood set.
The seventies has exerted such a potent influence on women’s fashion these past few seasons that perhaps it was inevitable that it would make its presence known in men’s.