Milan Fashion Week: Dolce & Gabbana

A front-row full of millennials and tropical desert. This was the catwalk of Dolce and Gabbana in the Milan Fashion Week  and left more than satisfied all his assistants. Ice cream, spaghetti and pizza were among others prints for his latest collection called “Italian Tropics”, which do not innovate too much on the courts of the garments,…

One of the most expected shows: Yves Saint Laurent

  After the farewell signature Hedi Slimane, Yves Saint Laurent was one of the most expected shows of fashion week in Paris with its new creative director Anthony Vaccarello, who was former creative director of VERSUS. The new position of Vacarello is one of the reasons why he closed his firm concentrating only on discovering who…

The artist of knitwear dies: Sonia Rykiel

Just as one woman looks fantastically erotic naked, another can seem the same in a polo-neck sweater. -Sonia Rykiel The queen of knit was a French designer belonging to the movement pret-a-pòrter (70´s). Known for its comfortable and free designs that promote women’s movement, started to work as window dresser at Le Grand Maison de…

The queen of the 90´s: Donna Karan

“I am not convinced that people have misunderstood me. If you ask someone who is Donna Karan, it is likely to tell you is a designer socks”.                                                                                     -Donna Karan Donna Karan Yvy Faske or rather known as Donna Karan is an American designer known worldwide. He was born on October 2, 1948 and raised…

Who was the first designer of fashion?

Am I crazy to confirm that I´m an artist? -Paul Poiret Some people are born with a vocation, and knows it. It was the case of Paul Poiret , who supported by his mother and his three sisters decided to be the tyrant of fashion and release the scene against which the fashion world was.…

“The ugliest collection of Paris”A collection called Liberation from Yves Saint Laurent

From the peplum silhouette to the middle , everything has been done and has done it again a hundred times. And haute couture no longer emits more than homesickness and restraint. As if it were an old lady. I do not care if my clothes evoke the 40´s eyes of the cultivated public. The important thing is that all young girls who didn´t live the time, wanna wear this today.”