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…

Juan Palomo and Avellaneda bet on unisex clothes

It´s the clothes we wear my friends and I, we like, with which we grew up. I design fashion for men, that´s it. -Alejandro Gómez Palomo Spanish fashion is turning adapted to new generations, trying to break taboos that haunt us for centuries.Alejandro Gomez Palomo (Palomo Spain)  a young Spanish designer who studied at the London…

J.W Anderson: the prodigy child of the catwalk

You can make it whatever you want. -J.W.Anderson Born in 1984 in Magherafelt, Northern Ireland, he has been the “prodigy child” of British catwalk becoming one of the bets of LVMH and creative director of Loewe brand. Like most many young, since he was a kid, he wanted to be an actor, and after making several courses…

Jeremy Scott: new genius fashion

Born in Kansas City, Missouri, began his training in the world of fashion at the Pratt Institute in New York, specifically in Brooklyn. It is in 1990 when his career began at the Paris Fashion Week, with very good review by Vogue: Ingenious answer to all his detractors, who accused him in the past to…