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Men’s MFW: Versace SS18

DONATELLA Versace described her latest men’s SS18 collection as a “homecoming”. It has been 20 years since the death of her brother, and founder of the brand, Gianni Versace. So it was only fitting for the coll...
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MFW AW17: Fendi

UNDER the creative leadership of Karl Lagerfeld, a Fendi collection can go in many directions – never boring – but always sets you thinking. The Fendi AW17 shows the inimitable power of Lagerfeld and accesso...
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MFW AW17: Prada

WHAT we saw at Prada’s AW17 show was an extension and a continuation of what the house presented during Milan Fashion Week Men’s last month. Hence ‘70s corduroy and velvet flares with furry belts and Baker Boy ...
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MFW AW17: Emilio Pucci

PUCCI’S current creative director Massimo Giorgetti took the brand fashionably into 2017 at MFW. Beginning with fruity hues that burst onto the catwalk in orange and lime sequinned silks, fringe was the main fe...
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MFW AW17: Moschino

IT seems Jeremy Scott is scraping the recycling bin to find new themes if his latest collection for Moschino is anything to go by. Cardboard was reinterpreted by Scott in numerous distinctly un-boring designs t...
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MFW AW17: Gucci

VINYL records were the golden tickets to Gucci’s guests in Milan at the fashion brand’s AW17 catwalk show staged at the company’s new headquarters. They were treated to a full-on Michele-fest, with enough spark...
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MFW SS17: Marni

THERE was an apparent shift towards simplicity at Marni this season. The fashion house known for eclectic prints opened its SS17 show with a series of white and ivory looks and closed with a couple of black one...
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MFW SS17: Versace

DONATELLA Versace did what she knows best – rallying female strength in sartorial form – in Milan for SS17. To do so, Donatella stuck to her sports-luxe guns for another season. Odd, as luxurious and glamorous ...
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MFW SS17: Bottega Veneta

THIS international show season is all about the spectacle. And Tomas Maier made sure to throw one of those to mark Bottega Veneta’s 50th anniversary. The show, presenting both women’s and men’s collections, was...
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MFW SS17: Prada

MIUCCIA Prada presented an elegant and “safer”, albeit, beautiful collection for SS17. And intentionally so. But this is Prada we’re talking about, hence a mix of different prints, bold colours, ostrich and mar...
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MFW SS17: Moschino

JEREMY Scott’s Moschino dolls dominated the SS17 Moschino catwalk in Milan. Deriving inspiration from Valley of the Dolls, the startling in 1966 novel by American writer Jacqueline Susann and subsequent 1967 fi...