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Prada Invites: four iconic reinventions for the Black Nylon

For the very first time ever PRADA has invited four celebrated creative minds to each work on a unique item. For this occasion, the focus is shifted to the industrial side of the multi-faceted PRADA identity.

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Brunello Cucinelli’s true and absolute value is nobility

“I think that whatever we do, generally speaking, we have to do it wisely and at the same time respecting the economic dignity of every single human being” says Brunello Cucinelli to Michael Williams. “I don’t want to buy anything if I’m sure that during the production process someone or something was harmed” adds the Italian designer who brings a new, humane philosophy to the fashion industry rules and the business culture of our inhuman times. Read more

Bloomingtales: the florists that define the fashion world

Designers turn to petals to convey their seasonal message” reported BoF on the affair that defines the fashion ecosystem of our time. “A great florist is a little black book must-have” claims Harper’s Bazaar and New York Times magazine, the always classy T Style, went on a mission. Caitlin Kelly polled houses in the four fashion capitals to find out which florists define the fashion world. These are her findings. Read more

Milan to Paris, 20 ways to shine like a Street Styler

With fashion month almost finished, the people on the street had their fair share of their 15 (and more) minutes of fame. As Phil Oh, the renowned blogger who manages season after season to capture the signature style of each city, scouts the cities of fashion to capture the It girls of the moment we break down our favourite looks for instant inspiration. Read more

Celebrating Missoni’s artistic roots

“A brand is a complex being. How do you tell its story, and illuminate its identity?” wonders Alessio Ascari and the answer is obvious if the brand in question is one of the world’s most iconic labels. Read more

Bottega Veneta’s first Milan Home store

Loaded with rich history, within the 18th century Palazzo Gallarati Scotti, Bottega Veneta opened it’s first homeware boutique in the capital of Lombardy.

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