Agnona Runway Show to Be Included on Official Milan Fashion Week Calendar

OFFICIAL SLOT: Following a few seasons of presentations and intimate shows, Agnona is making its first appearance among the brands listed by the Italian fashion chamber on September’s Milan Fashion Week official schedule, which Camera della Moda is releasing on Friday.
“It’s a formalization of what we have been doing in the next couple of years, since I joined the brand,” said Simon Holloway, which was tapped by the label’s parent Ermenegildo Zegna Group as Agnona creative director in November 2015. “I’m very happy Agnona is finally on the calendar, which is something the brand deserves, being a champion of the most authentic Made in Italy. Milan is such an incredible family of exciting and diverse brands.”
Holloway said the brand, which will show its spring 2019 collection on Sept. 22 at Milan’s Triennale design museum, is not hosting any mega events, instead keeping it small and intimate.
As part of the company’s retail expansion plan, last May Agnona inaugurated its first store in London, on Albemarle Street in the Mayfair neighborhood, and is opening a flagship in Moscow next fall.

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Industry Adapts to Shifting Milan Men’s Fashion Week

MILAN — A shrinking show calendar, currency volatility and macro economic issues at the tail end of a period of local political instability following Italy’s general elections were only some of the concerns weighing on executives on the eve of Milan Men’s Fashion Week.
But on the upside, business is chugging along steadily. Revenues generated by the fashion sector last year grew 2.5 percent to 64.8 billion euros, and exports rose 4.3 percent to 50 billion euros, according to Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana’s Fashion Economic Trends report issued in May. The first half is expected to show 1.5 percent growth in sales compared with the same period last year. Last week, the updated Altagamma Worldwide Market Monitor and Bain & Co. study painted a pretty picture, as the global personal luxury goods industry is expected to grow 6 to 8 percent at constant exchange compared with the 5 percent growth forecast last October for 2018.
“Everyone is hoping to see a modicum of stability, which would allow us to set goals in the medium-term, invest in three-year plans without this sense of anxiety hovering over us,” said Paolo Roviera, chief executive officer of Corneliani. Roviera admitted that business had been affected in the first

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LES HOMMES URBAN

A look from Les Hommes Urban’s spring 2019 collection. 
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Les Hommes is expanding into streetwear with the launch of the Les Hommes Urban line, which is available for sale at the brand’s Milan showroom during fashion week.
“The LHU collection was born out of a creative and a practical idea. When we go back to the very early days of Les Hommes, there were a lot of urban influences in the collection, such as graffiti and workwear. It is a creative playground that we always embraced and are very fascinated by,” said Tom Notte, who designs the collection with longtime business partner Bart Vandebosch.
“From the practical point of view, we were pushed to launch LHU by the feedback we were getting from our own stores. In Antwerp, where the first store was founded, we were confronted with a demand from young guys who were very interested in our collection, but because of its positioning, it was out of reach for them. We created a streetwear brand that carries the originality of a designer brand since many pieces are treated and designed with the same care as we do for Les Hommes.”
For their first LHU collection, the designers took inspiration

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IMG Launches Men’s Division in Milan

MILAN — And then IMG Models created the man.
The Italian branch of the international model agency has launched a men’s division, elevating IMG Models as global agency offering both men’s and women’s representation services in all of its offices, located in key cities as New York, Los Angeles, London, Sydney and Paris, along with Milan.
Established in April — following the launch in Paris just a few months before — the opening of the men’s division in Italy reflects the company’s investment in the European market and it’s aimed to better serve regional clients and partners with localized support.
“We definitely opened some years late, but the fact is IMG’s men’s division reopened four years ago and we launched New York first, through a small staff, to see if there were the premises to do well there, which is still the most important market in terms of volume,” said Andrea Cairo, managing director of IMG Models Italy.
Cairo explained that after New York, the first European men’s division debuted in London, and the company preferred to consolidate its position in those two locations “and understand if a presence was necessary in Italy and France, both for models and our clients.”
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‘Porsche Studio’ Opens in Milan

FASHION AND CARS: Porsche and its sister company Porsche Design have teamed to open a “Porsche Studio” retail venue in the heart of Milan’s Golden Triangle luxury shopping area.
The new format, which is already present in Sylt, Germany, as well as in Beirut and Cape Town, combines the brand’s prestigious automotive offering with Porsche Design’s collections of ready-to-wear, accessories, leather goods, watches and high-tech devices.
Inside the store, which occupies a 4,306-square-foot space formerly housing the Porsche Design flagship inaugurated in 2014, visitors can discover the German company’s sport cars, customize and buy their favorite models, as well as shopping the Porsche Design products. These include the new “1919 Datetimer 70Y Porsche Sports Car Limited Edition,” an exclusive watch launched this year to celebrate Porsche’s 70th anniversary.
“At Porsche we are currently working on the development of different retail projects, which are focused on an emotional approach and which are able to guarantee extraordinary experiences for our customers,” said Porsche AG sales and marketing director Detlev von Platen. “With the world and the international lifestyle becoming more and more urban, we realized the strategic importance of opening key locations in the center of the most important cities in the world, also in

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Industry Adapts to Shifting Milan Men’s Fashion Week

MILAN — A shrinking show calendar, currency volatility and macro economic issues at the tail end of a period of local political instability following Italy’s general elections were only some of the concerns weighing on executives on the eve of Milan Men’s Fashion Week.
But on the upside, business is chugging along steadily. Revenues generated by the fashion sector last year grew 2.5 percent to 64.8 billion euros, and exports rose 4.3 percent to 50 billion euros, according to Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana’s Fashion Economic Trends report issued in May. The first half is expected to show 1.5 percent growth in sales compared with the same period last year. Last week, the updated Altagamma Worldwide Market Monitor and Bain & Co. study painted a pretty picture, as the global personal luxury goods industry is expected to grow 6 to 8 percent at constant exchange compared with the 5 percent growth forecast last October for 2018.
“Everyone is hoping to see a modicum of stability, which would allow us to set goals in the medium-term, invest in three-year plans without this sense of anxiety hovering over us,” said Paolo Roviera, chief executive officer of Corneliani. Roviera admitted that business had been affected in the first

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A look from Les Hommes Urban’s spring 2019 collection. 
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Les Hommes is expanding into streetwear with the launch of the Les Hommes Urban line, which is available for sale at the brand’s Milan showroom during fashion week.
“The LHU collection was born out of a creative and a practical idea. When we go back to the very early days of Les Hommes, there were a lot of urban influences in the collection, such as graffiti and workwear. It is a creative playground that we always embraced and are very fascinated by,” said Tom Notte, who designs the collection with longtime business partner Bart Vandebosch.
“From the practical point of view, we were pushed to launch LHU by the feedback we were getting from our own stores. In Antwerp, where the first store was founded, we were confronted with a demand from young guys who were very interested in our collection, but because of its positioning, it was out of reach for them. We created a streetwear brand that carries the originality of a designer brand since many pieces are treated and designed with the same care as we do for Les Hommes.”
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IMG Launches Men’s Division in Milan

MILAN — And then IMG Models created the man.
The Italian branch of the international model agency has launched a men’s division, elevating IMG Models as global agency offering both men’s and women’s representation services in all of its offices, located in key cities as New York, Los Angeles, London, Sydney and Paris, along with Milan.
Established in April — following the launch in Paris just a few months before — the opening of the men’s division in Italy reflects the company’s investment in the European market and it’s aimed to better serve regional clients and partners with localized support.
“We definitely opened some years late, but the fact is IMG’s men’s division reopened four years ago and we launched New York first, through a small staff, to see if there were the premises to do well there, which is still the most important market in terms of volume,” said Andrea Cairo, managing director of IMG Models Italy.
Cairo explained that after New York, the first European men’s division debuted in London, and the company preferred to consolidate its position in those two locations “and understand if a presence was necessary in Italy and France, both for models and our clients.”
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Hogan Debuts AR Experience at New Milan Store

MILAN — Hogan feted the relocation of its Milan flagship on tony shopping street Via Montenapoleone, 5 to coincide with Milan Design Week, running April 17 to 22.
The old space, a few blocks away, is now under renovation to accommodate the Milanese Balenciaga store.
Hogan’s new opening marks the worldwide unveiling of the brand’s augmented reality experience. The AR, which is set to land in other Hogan boutiques by the end of April, mimics the journey of a photographer seeking for inspiration around Milan’s hot spots, along with a group of friends.
The concept, which already rolled out in the Beijing and Shanghai units, was conceived by London-based design studio Checkland Kindleysides and it was inspired by the work of Umberto Boccioni, one of the Italian artists who shaped the local Futurism art movement.
The idea of movement inspired the space set up. As Sergio Azzolari, the brand’s general manager, said, “[This is] an aesthetic code, which is often associated with the brand. Actually, [the new store concept] is also a branding operation,” he explained.

Hogan new flagship on Milan’s Via Montenapoleone. 
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The 2,152-square-foot unit features wedged display isles, which recall the shape of a running sneaker, while the modular ceiling allows different store

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La Rinascente Unveils Special Windows for Milan Design Week

ARTY WINDOWS: Rinascente teamed with Georgian artist Vajiko Chachkhiani to celebrate Miart and Milan Design Week, the two international events hosted in Milan Apr. 12-22.
For the occasion, the artist, who represented his native country at the latest edition of the Venice Biennale, created a striking installation for the windows of the department store facing Milan’s Duomo Cathedral.
Called “Under the Midday Sun,” the project includes eight blue unfinished sculptures representing a cotton picker, a tiger and a horse, all surrounded by dry bushes and bare trees shaken by the wind.
“This is my first time collaborating with a retailer and it was actually fun,” Chachkhiani said. “With this installation, I wanted to highlight how an underpaid job, like cotton-picking, progressively destroys people — just as the wind transforms nature day after day.”

Inside the department store La Rinascente in Milan. 
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The Georgian artist also created a short movie in collaboration with La Rinascente, which was unveiled with private screenings at the Odeon theater on Thursday afternoon.
Titled “Cotton Candy,” the dramatic mini film features a young grandmother who, while she attends a circus show with her granddaughter, realizes how miserable she feels. While Chachkhiani left the ending open, the images appear to suggest that the woman found her freedom

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Retailers Saw Variety and Quality at Milan Fashion Week

MILAN — It wasn’t an easy week, with a packed show schedule, lots of rain and the so-called Beast from the East, or polar vortex, blowing into town on Sunday, bringing with it Arctic temperatures. Despite the inclement weather, buyers were buzzing about the variety and quality they found in Milan. “Milano, Milano, Milano — what an energizing week full of imagination, vision and creativity,” said Roopal Patel, Saks Fifth Avenue senior vice president, fashion director. “The collections at Milan Fashion Week continue to excite and delight our senses on every level.” She cited Gucci’s “theatrical Cyborg show,” Prada’s “high-energy industrial couture” and the Moncler Genius project as among the highlights.
The Eighties trend remained strong, as did oversize outerwear. Retailers cited tartans and animal patterns, neon and pop colors, logomania, sportswear influences, faux fur and quilted looks as some of the recurring elements in the collections. As Coco Chan, Stylebop.com head of women’s wear said, “the new mood is all about more is more. Pile on the layers with prints, patterns, textures and embellishments.”
Here, a roundup of the Milan highlights from the mouths of retailers:
Linda Fargo, senior vice president, women’s fashion director and store presentation at Bergdorf Goodman: 
FAVORITE COLLECTIONS: Prada, Gucci, Attico and Moncler.
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Etro to Kick Off 50th Anniversary With Men’s Presentation in Milan

MILAN — “They affectionately call me the upholstery designer here,” said Kean Etro with a laugh.
Tanned and refreshed after his Christmas holidays spent between skiing in the Dolomites and sailing across the Indian Ocean, the creative director of the men’s wear line at the family-owned company is brimming with energy as he walks through the collection in an exclusive preview with WWD. His interest in home interiors is reflected in his designs and the nickname also comes from his deep and extensive knowledge of habitats around the world.
“Habitat is also the house that surrounds you and that you wear as a dress,” said Etro affably.

A look from Etro Fall 2018 . 
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A medallion detail from Persian carpets that is reproduced on exquisitely embroidered jackets in silk and cotton velour is just one example of Etro’s ability to import from interiors to fashion. The lining shows colorful Etro banknotes and is so carefully defined it would be worth wearing the blazer inside out — although it is not reversible, the designer pointed out.
On a board is a mock-up of the installation that will serve as the background to the men’s wear presentation to be held on Jan. 13 at the Palazzo del Ghiaccio,

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Buyers Dub Milan a Strong Season

MILAN — Retailers felt Milan Men’s Fashion Week hit the mark, despite the changing — and shrinking — calendar.
Bruce Pask, men’s fashion director at Bergdorf Goodman and Neiman Marcus, said that while Gucci and Bottega Veneta, for example, have moved to the city’s women’s fashion week and were noticeably absent, “Milan was a strong season filled with great showroom appointments and some very memorable shows. It was a very rich season, especially following a very successful Pitti Uomo.”
Mario Grauso, president of Holt Renfrew, concurred. “Milan was quick and easy. Prada over-delivered and everyone else felt consistent and business as usual,” he observed.
The city, according to Karen Vernet, director of men’s fashion at Printemps, “remains a strong fashion week for both established brands like Prada and Dolce & Gabbana, and up-and-coming ones like Palm Angels and Sunnei, even if we expected a stronger presence of new designers and brands. We also missed having shows from key men’s players like Moncler and Salvatore Ferragamo.”
Among the main trends, retailers said, were:
• great outerwear;
• corduroy and updated British traditional men’s wear patterns such as tartan, houndstooth and Prince of Wales;
• textured surfaces and velvet;
• fluid tailoring, and
• military details and a rich color palette.
Here, a roundup

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Roberto Bolle, Kendall Jenner Front Tod’s Spring Campaign, Attend Milan Men’s Presentation

BELLE AND BOLLE: Too bad Roberto Bolle couldn’t do one of his Grand Jetés at Tod’s chaotic presentation, held once again at the exquisite Villa Necchi in Milan. The Italian ballet star was literally squeezed between buyers, the press and TV cameras trying to see the new men’s collection — not to mention hordes of revelers sipping the free drinks and nibbling the canapés — with almost no room to breathe, let alone dance. Ever the pro, Bolle took the sardine-like conditions in stride and calmly and politely talked about the shoot of Tod’s spring campaign in Malibu, Calif., with Kendall Jenner, as images from the video were projected at the entrance. Jenner opened and closed Tod’s women’s spring runway show in September.
“It was fun and a pleasant break from a very intense period. It gave me a breather from the hours of training and tension, an escape from the daily sacrifice and sweat theater life requires,” said Bolle, who is seen dancing on the beach and warmly embracing a fresh-faced Jenner in the video. “These are fragments of Italian inspiration and we want to show the Italian style in the world.  It’s a joyful campaign and I think this

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Prada’s Milan Store Robbed

MILAN — Prada’s store in Milan’s tony Via della Spiga was robbed overnight between Wednesday and Thursday.
According to Italian media reports, two unidentified thieves broke one of the store’s five windows to steal bags and accessories for an estimated worth of more than 100,000 euros.
Reached for a comment, the company confirmed the theft but didn’t provide further details on the economic damage, both in terms of structure and stolen goods.
According to media reports, Italian authorities have started investigations analyzing the images from the security cameras in the area, which show two people with faces covered by balaclavas and wearing gloves.
This is not the first time Milan’s luxury fashion district has been a target for thieves during this holiday season as reports indicate that two Tom Ford employees and a doorman working for both the American designer brand and for Céline have been accused of stealing branded merchandise.

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Milan Men’s Fashion Week Reflects Industry Changes

MILAN — The latest Milan Men’s Fashion Week schedule reflects the changes in the men’s wear industry, according to Carlo Capasa, president of Italy’s Camera Nazionale della Moda.
“The concept of how men’s wear is shown has changed and so has the concept of the calendar — everything is combined together and there is more and more cross-pollination,” Capasa contended. “The shift is real.”
The shows will start on Jan. 12 with the Ermenegildo Zegna evening show and will end on Jan. 15, anchored by the Giorgio Armani and Fendi shows. Overall, the runway shows will be 31 in total.
Capasa said the evolution has led the association to create a new format for the calendar, which now “combines presentations and shows in a single tale that each brand offers in line with its own aesthetic and vision.”
The first chapter of coed shows, as Capasa called it, will take place in January, followed by the second chapter in February. Next month these will include Diesel Black Gold; the Italian brand Isabel Benenato founded by Isabel Vitiello; Neil Barrett; Marcelo Burlon County of Milan; Dsquared2; Daks; Sartorial Monk; Palm Angels; GCDS, and Frankie Morello. A number of brands, including Gucci, Bottega Veneta and Missoni, have chosen to

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Chiara Ferragni Lights Swarovski Christmas Tree in Milan

CHRISTMAS FAIRY: Chiara Ferragni is coming to town. The Italian influencer and entrepreneur behind The Blonde Salad digital platform and the Chiara Ferragni Collection of footwear and accessories, attended the lighting ceremony of Milan’s Christmas tree on Friday.
Wrapped in a red Dior gown, Ferragni was the fairy godmother of the event as she is one of the international personalities fronting the holiday campaign of the Swarovski company, which has provided the Christmas tree to the city since 2013.
“When they asked me to star in their holiday campaign, I couldn’t believe it,” said Ferragni a few minutes before the ceremony. “We shot it back in February in New York with an exceptional cast,” she added, hinting at fellow testimonials Karlie Kloss, Naomi Campbell, Jourdan Dunn, Ruby Rose, Boy George, Andrés Velencoso and Bryanboy, among others.
Located inside Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the lighting ceremony drew over 500 people around the 40-foot tall tree, which is embellished with over 10,000 decorations — including 1,000 Swarovski Christmas stars — and 36,000 lights. These were gradually switched on to the notes of Coldplay’s song “A Sky Full of Stars,” followed by the spread of fake snow in the venue and the live performance of

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Galileo Global Education Acquires Two Fashion Schools in Milan

MILAN – Galileo Global Education has signed an agreement to acquire two Italian fashion schools and a Cypriot university from Laureate Education Inc. The operation was valued 225 million euros. The schools are the Nuova Accademia di Belle Arti, better known as Naba, and Domus Academy.
Both are located in Milan and specialized in fashion, design and the visual arts. The group has also acquired the European University Cyprus, or EUC, which is specialized in medicine.
Galileo Global Education has more than 54 institutes in its portfolio, including the Istituto Marangoni fashion and design school, which has branches in Milan, Florence, London, Paris, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Mumbai and Miami.
Following the acquisition, the group will establish the Gruppo Galileo Italia, which will group the three Italian institutes under its umbrella. Roberto Riccio, Istituto Marangoni’s chief executive officer, has been named ceo of the new company.

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Adidas Prematurely Ends Partnership With AC Milan Soccer Club

GAME OVER: All good things come to an end.
After 20 years of partnership, Adidas and the AC Milan soccer club are parting ways, mutually agreeing to prematurely terminate the sponsorship deal at the end of the current season.
The agreement between the two parties began on July 1998 after previous partnerships, and was scheduled to run until 2023.
AC Milan released a statement on Tuesday thanking the German company for “the consolidated relationship,” which saw Adidas’ trademark three stripes shine on the club’s signature red-and-black jerseys during 12 trophy ceremonies, including two UEFA Champions League titles; one FIFA World Club Cup; two European Super Cups; three Italian League titles; three Italian League Super Cups, and an Italian Cup.
AC Milan also said a new sponsor will be named, starting from July 2018. The club confirmed it has already signed a new deal “with a sports manufacturer for a global technical sponsorship and dual branded licensing partnership” but will disclose details only “in the coming months.”
According to the Italian press, Puma will succeed Adidas in the role. In the last couple of weeks, Under Armour was also rumored to be on the shortlist of the possible candidates to the sponsorship.
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In Milan, Fashion Walks the Green Carpet

Miuccia Prada, Giorgio Armani, Alessandro Michele and Pierpaolo Piccioli were among those recognized at a new ecologically minded awards event.
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Vogue Fashion’s Night Out in Milan Revises Format

MILAN — Milan’s leg of the Vogue Fashion’s Night Out event is revamping its format for the ninth edition, which will be held Sept. 14. Vogue Italia’s new editor in chief Emanuele Farneti unveiled the new logo and program during a press conference Wednesday at the central Palazzo Morando here.
This year, the initiative will be promoted under the “Vogue for Milano” moniker, introduced to stress the bond between the city and the magazine.
“The project at the core of Vogue Italia is to focus on Italy and [develop] a complete narrative on it, aimed to an international audience,” said Farneti, adding that the magazine’s September issue will be dedicated to such a theme.
Before introducing the calendar of events, Farneti underscored the important role Vogue Italia’s late editor in chief Franca Sozzani had in promoting and enhancing the shopping evening in Italy through the years, making it one of the longest running versions worldwide. In addition, he stressed the importance of developing and increasing the initiative’s cultural offering, including events related to the world of cinema, photography and music.
Partnering with Fashion Film Festival Milano, Vogue Italia will host the “Through My Eyes Episode Two — Women’s View” screening of five fashion films, which

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MSGM Taps Liam Gallagher’s Son to Walk Its Catwalk in Milan

MILAN — Italian designer Massimo Giorgetti tapped Lennon Gallagher to model at the upcoming men’s wear show of his label MSGM. Born in 1999, Gallagher is the son of singer Liam Gallagher — former frontman of the English band Oasis — and British actress Patsy Kensit.
In addition to walking exclusively on the MSGM catwalk on Sunday, Gallagher has been appointed to front the label’s fall ad campaign, lensed by English photographer Alasdair McLellan. Shot in London under the creative direction of Katie Grand, the images are infused with Nineties-inspired aesthetics.

MSGM’s fall ad campaign. 
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“We wanted an image that recalls London in the Nineties, the music of those years, telling also about my passion for the indie genre,” said Giorgetti, adding that Gallagher “represents perfectly the MSGM style.” The designer underscored that he is “a great fan of Oasis.”
Gallagher made his debut in the fashion industry this year, during the January edition of London Fashion Week, when he walked the Topman Design show. On the occasion, his father shared an encouraging tweet reading “Very proud of my boy Lennon for doing his first catwalk today.”

Very proud of my boy Lennon for doing his first catwalk today LG X pic.twitter.com/fu966kfVJC
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) January

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Stefano Sassi Addresses Qatar Isolation in Milan

MILAN — The luxury industry can “coexist with geopolitical tensions.”
So believes Stefano Sassi, chief executive officer of Valentino SpA, who responded to a question about the political situation following the decision by Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Bahrain, United Arab Emirates, Yemen and Libya to cut diplomatic ties with Qatar. The Italian fashion group is controlled by Qatar’s Mayhoola for Investments and Sassi touched on the issue during a discussion about the brand at a meeting held by SMI Sistema Moda Italia — the Italian fashion and textile trade association — on Tuesday.
Sassi underscored how the industry has been dealing with geopolitical frictions for the past few years. In the past, he said, “the reaction was very strong.” Today, everything “is absorbed very quickly. (…) It’s not ideal, but as long as we’re dealing with small- or medium-sized events, I don’t believe they impact consumer spending.”
Sassi emphasized the company’s positive relations with Mayhoola, which has “total respect for the management and creative [team] of our company.” He noted that the Qatari fund has supported Valentino “financially, leaving us [the freedom] to do our job.” In addition to Valentino, Mayhoola owns Balmain, Pal Zileri, a 38 percent stake in Anya Hindmach, 11.3 percent of Tiffany

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In Milan, Prada Holds Its First Solo Cruise Show

Miuccia Prada blended sport looks and sorbet colors — but added that labeling the collection as resort wear seemed “so old-fashioned.”
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Philipp Plein to Boost Store Experience in Milan

Philipp Plein is ready to take off.
The label is planning to enhance its store experience by implementing a series of activities in its Milanese men’s flagship, located in the city’s central Corso Venezia.
Opened last January during Men’s Fashion Week, the 7,319-square-foot unit showcases Philipp Plein and Plein Sport ready-to-wear and accessories collections. Distributed on three floors, the store also features the Air Force Plein Bar, a private jet themed bar conceived by Milanese interior design firm CLS.

The Air Force Plein Bar in Milan. 
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The company has decided to boost this area hosting a series of exclusive parties with selected guest lists, once a month. Each party will be themed according to a different destination, which will be unveiled on location through footage broadcasted by airplane window-shaped screens.

The Air Force Plein Bar in Milan. 
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Held on March 30, the first party had Miami as its destination. Italian bloggers and press gathered in a relaxed atmosphere, sipping Philipp Plein-labeled Champagne and having caviar canapés served by hostesses in customized uniforms, while a pilot-DJ provided the soundtrack of the evening.
The next parties are scheduled to run the last Thursday of each month, but the respective guest lists have not been disclosed yet.
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Thom Browne to Open Store in Milan

 MILAN FOR BROWNE: Thom Browne continue to expand in Europe with the opening of a store in Milan.
A sign with the brand’s logo has appeared on a retail space in Via Gesù, dubbed the Via dell’Uomo, or men’s street, near the Four Seasons Hotel. The street is home to brands ranging from Caruso and Rubinacci to Brioni and Stefano Ricci, to name a few.
Details about the store were not available at press time.
Thom Browne, as reported in January, has set its sights on a shop in London, its first in Europe, which will be located in Mayfair on Albemarle Street.
The opening of the London store is the first major expansion move by the company since Sandbridge Capital acquired a majority stake in Thom Browne last May from Japan’s Stripe International. Stripe retains a minority stake. Sandbridge’s other investments include stakes in Derek Lam, Tamara Mellon, Farfetch, Rossignol, Topshop and Karl Lagerfeld.
The New York-based designer, who was awarded the CFDA men’s wear designer award last year, launched his men’s business in 2001, and has become known as one of the most directional designers in American fashion in both men’s and women’s wear. Browne shows his men’s collections in Paris and his women’s in New York. He also

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Suki Waterhouse, Kendall Jenner, David Gandy Swoop on Milan

ON THE FLY: “We’re on our way back to London now – if Doris lets us fly,” said David Gandy who, along with Suki Waterhouse, made a quick trip to Milan to talk to guests at a British Airways tea party on Corso Como.

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He was referring, of course, to Storm Doris, which pounded the U.K. with rain, snow and winds that hit 95 miles per hour last week.
Gandy, a British model and entrepreneur, has just inked a fresh three-year deal with Marks & Spencer, expanding on his modeling and ambassadorial role to consult on suiting and formal wear.
He was chatting to – and posing for selfies with – guests alongside Waterhouse, who was also jetting back to London so she could then hop a plane to New Orleans to start filming “Assassination Nation.”

David Gandy attends British Airways’ afternoon tea during Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 
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Good thing both are friendly with British Airways.
Waterhouse’s film, written and directed by Sam Levinson, centers on a clutch of suburban teenage girls who become victims of hacking. It also stars Hari Nef and Odessa Young.

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Kendall Jenner also made a stop in Milan to cut the ribbon on the newly re-located La Perla boutique on

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Emily Ratajkowski in Twinset Simona Barbieri’s Milan Store

A DJ set, cocktails being served throughout the store, but above all: followers — a very small part of her 11 million Instagram followers, of course. Model and actress Emily Ratajkowski was in Twinset Simona Barbieri’s Milan store Tuesday night to launch the brand’s spring ad campaign.
“I do like Twinset because it’s chic and elegant,” explained Ratajkowski. Creative director Simona Barbieri “creates easy-to-wear dresses, which are very sexy and feminine with a touch of a masculine look at the same time.”
Ratajkowski wore a total white look. “I really feel at ease in this dress, I feel very cool,” she said.
The model said she knew the Italian brand long before being its face. “I remember when I traveled to Venice with my parents, I saw Twinset posters around the city and that’s when I started to like it,” she said.
The new Twinset campaign tells the story of two friends’ journey — Ratajkowski and Sasha Pivovarova — and was photographed in Santa Barbara, Calif., by Giampaolo Sgura. Edward Enninful styled the campaign.

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Manolo Blahnik Unveils Exhibition in Milan

“Joy” is the word shoe designer Manolo Blahnik used to sum up 46 years of his career, displayed and celebrated in Milan through a new exhibition. Running from Jan. 26 to April 9, the “Manolo Blahnik. The Art of Shoes” retrospective showcases 212 shoes — selected among more than 30,000 styles — and 80 sketches in the suggestive, 18th-century location of Palazzo Morando, situated in the city’s tony district near Via Montenapoleone.
“I do all this with immense joy,” Blahnik said about his activity, admitting that money has never been on his mind while sketching a pair of shoes, but everything he has ever worked on has been done “just because I like it.”

Manolo Blahnik attending the exhibition on his name in Milan. 
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Curated by Cristina Carrillo de Albornoz, who worked on the project for the past two years, the exhibition intends to celebrate Blahnik’s work as a form of art, highlighting the designer’s creativity, vision and craftsmanship. Divided in six areas according to Blahnik’s leitmotifs and inspirations, the venue includes the “Gala” section, displaying the most imaginative styles, such as the ones created for Sofia Coppola’s movie “Marie Antoinette.” Dedicated corners focusing on materials, art, architecture and the many geographical

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Jeremy Scott Meets Fans During Milan Fashion Week

“What should I ask him?” and “My hands are shaking” were only two of the reactions overheard at the So-Milano concept store on Sunday night at a meet-and-greet  for shoppers with designer Jeremy Scott. The Scott-effect ranged from selfies and Instagram videos to more traditional proofs of affection, such as little chats with the designer and even hugs.
“The reaction has been phenomenal; everyone has been so supportive,” said Scott, who had shown his men’s and women’s pre-fall collections a day earlier.
Welcomed more as a rock star than a designer, Scott greeted his fans one by one during the cocktail at the venue, which showcased his namesake collection for spring 2017. Pin-up legs printed over shirts and pants, Barbie-pink dresses, fluo-colored accessories and pumps bearing his first name on the side were among some of the pieces presented in So-Milano’s signature spherical cases.
“Why here? It’s the newest, hottest store in Milan, so what better place to be and share my work with the people who love it so much?” explained the designer.

Jeremy Scott with DJ Sita Abellan at So-Milano. 
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Opened in September, the 3,230-square-foot shopping destination was founded by retailers Giordano Ollari and Aldo Carpentieri, who conceived a new formula of presenting one brand at a time, for a total of

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A Nostalgic Tom Ford Hits GQ Party in Milan

The Milan Fashion Week crowd hit T’a Milano — a trendy bistro opened by the same-name heritage Milanese chocolate brand — for Saturday night’s GQ bash. The hosts had even whipped up branded boxes of fruit-filled chocolate beans for the event, though the ever-disciplined Tom Ford declined to sample them. The designer, who has been busy promoting his latest movie “Nocturnal Animals,” is in town for his men’s presentation. “I’ve been coming to Milan since the mid-Eighties, even before. It’s very nostalgic because Richard [Buckley] and I used to live here and I’ve had offices here for a long time. There’s something I remember about everything. I had dinner at Il Baretto the other night, which looks the same as it has always looked,” he said.
Nick Jonas, who had attended the Emporio Armani show earlier in the day, and models Johannes Huebl and Andrés Velencoso also attended the event. Gaia Trussardi and Kean Etro also attended.

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In the crowd, footwear designer Giuseppe Zanotti, who is also here presenting his men’s collection, said next week he’ll be heading to L.A. for a party with Jennifer Lopez hosted by Neiman Marcus to celebrate their collaboration. A second

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Louis Vuitton Opens First Men’s Pop-up Store in Milan

MILAN — Louis Vuitton’s first men’s pop-up store in Italy, which was inaugurated here on Friday and will officially open Saturday, coincides with the city’s men’s fashion week and will close on Jan. 29. Located in the arty Brera district, the store carries the men’s spring collection exclusively in Italy, including shoes, bags, travel cases, accessories, small leather goods and watches.
The store has a distinctive artistic feel. The decor pays homage to Africa and the art of the Chapman brothers, who inspired Kim Jones, the brand’s men’s artistic director, on the spring collection. The renderings of the Big Five animals by brothers Dinos and Jake Chapman stand out on the walls, contrasting with the storied feel of the venue, with its antique fireplace and coffered ceilings.
“Brera is an interesting area and full of life, in which history, art and fashion blend and become protagonists,” said Jones, pointing to the relevance of the project in Milan as “the capital of men’s wear.”
Jones worked with the Chapmans to create four animal prints on the Louis Vuitton Monogram pattern, seen on ready-to-wear, accessories and leather goods, including two rigid beauty cases, available upon request.
In its review of the collection, which was shown last June in

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Louis Vuitton To Open Men’s Pop-Up Shop in Milan

MILAN — Louis Vuitton is launching a men’s pop-up store during the upcoming Milan Men’s Fashion Week.
Open Jan. 14 to 29, the temporary shop, which will be located on via Fiori Chiari, in the heart of the artsy Brera district, will carry, exclusively for the Italian market, the latest spring collection designed by Louis Vuitton men’s creative director Kim Jones.
 

Kim Jones 
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“I’m very happy that this project is finally in Milan, the capital of men’s wear,” said Jones. “Brera is an interesting and exciting neighborhood, where history, art and fashion meet and become protagonists.”
The pop-up store will sell a selection of ready-to-wear pieces, including luxury mohair knitted sweaters showcasing the collection’s African inspiration, along with small leather goods and footwear. The spring lineup’s signature bags featuring the prints realized by artists Dinos and Jake Chapman will be also available at the store.

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Wood Wood To Show in Milan in January

Danish high-end sportswear brand Wood Wood will be the guest designer of Milan-based trade show White, running Jan. 14 to 16.
Thanks to an agreement with the Italian Fashion Chamber, White will enable Wood Wood to unveil its latest men’s collection next January with a show included in the Milan Men’s Fashion Week official schedule.
Designed by Karl-Oskar Olsen and Brian SS Jensen, Wood Wood will host a runway show at the Base venue in the Tortona Fashion District. The date of the show is still to be released.
“We welcome Wood Wood, a young and promising brand selected among those presenting at White, in our Milan Men’s official calendar,” said Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana president Carlo Capasa, adding that the show is the “fruit of the collaboration among the industry’s different players, all contributing to make the fashion sector unique and special for Milan and the whole country.”
“People easily recognize themselves in the style offered by Wood Wood,” said White founder Massimiliano Bizzi. “The brand shows a casual yet refined approach with an avant-garde attitude but without ostentation. I strongly believe in the Scandinavian labels, which are becoming more and more important on the international scene both in men’s wear and

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They Are Wearing: Milan Men’s Fashion Week Fall 2016

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Fast Facts From Fashion Weeks in New York, London, Milan and Paris

Flight Tracker:
New York to London, 3,459 miles; 6.5 hours
London to Milan, 597 miles; 1 hour 45 minutes
Milan to Paris, 400 miles; 90 minutes
Paris to New York, 3,625 miles; 8.5 hours
 
NEW YORK
New York Fashion Week generates almost $ 900 million for the greater metropolitan area — more than the U.S. Open, the New York City Marathon or the 2014 Super Bowl.
100 total shows on IMG footprint
3 weeks: The time it takes to build out NYFW show venues, with numerous crews working around the clock.
The city’s semiannual fashion weeks draw approximately 232,000 attendees to more than 500 shows, creating a total economic impact of $ 887 million.
New York City’s fashion industry employs more than 184,000, accounting for 5.4 percent of the city’s workforce; pays $ 11.6 billion in wages, and generates $ 1.4 billion in tax revenue annually.
308: Number of events including runway, presentations, appointments and parties on the inclusive women’s Fashion Calendar.
 
MILAN
67 fashion shows (68 with two for Giorgio Armani); 88 presentations.
90 Percent: Hotel occupancy rate during fashion week in Milan; 95 percent between Sept. 8 and 10.
15 million euros ($ 16 million): Revenue generated for hotels in Milan and surrounding provinces during fashion week.
37 events.
4.3 miles: The longest distance between shows in Milan (Les Copains

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Penélope Cruz for Carpisa in Milan

MILAN — Penélope Cruz wowed the waiting crowd in Milan at the Carpisa store in Corso Vittorio Emanuele II on Wednesday evening with her appearance to promote her capsule collection with the brand.
In a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it-moment, the Spanish actress, wearing a maritime striped sweater, blue skinny jeans, a blue fedora and dark blue and black Isabel Marant over-the-knee boots, smiled and waved briefly to her fans outside the Carpisa boutique.
The Italian mass-market travel and carry-on manufacturing brand has tapped the Academy Award winner and her sister, Mónica Cruz, for a capsule that includes styles in different colors and models, ranging from pouches, shoppers, bucket bags and backpacks in suede, animal print and crocodile print. The collection hit stores last week. Penélope Cruz also appears in the ad campaign for the capsule for fall.
This is not the first venture for the look-alike sisters in the design world. The movie star and her younger sibling previously designed a collection of jewelry and handbags for Japanese retail chain Samantha Thavasa, as well as a 25-piece collection for Spanish chain Mango and collaborated on Agent Provocateur’s first diffusion line L’Agent.

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Milan Spring 2016 Trend: Colorful Stripes

From swirly and bold to irregular and unconventional, stripes in compelling color combinations and linear patterns infused the Milan collections with visual vibrancy. The look was pronounced in collections by Missoni, Prada and Marco de Vincenzo, and provided a lively graphic pop at Salvatore Ferragamo.

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Ferragamo CEO Touts Benefit of Milan Expo

EXPO-NENTIAL: Michele Norsa, chief executive officer of Salvatore Ferragamo, gave a thumbs up to Milan’s Expo. “We’ve seen an extraordinary increase in business here in August but also in September,” Norsa said ahead of the show on Sunday. The executive explained that the planning of trips to Expo has grown more structured and organized since the international fair opened in May. This has benefitted not only Milan, but Italy in general. “Most visitors stay in Milan and at the Expo for a day and a half, but also travel to Florence or Venice and Rome, for a total of at least six days in the country. The presence of tourists creates income, which generates spending, and a total positive effect,” said Norsa.

Expo, which is focused on the theme of nutrition and feeding the planet, is slated to close at the end of October.

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Milan Puts Spotlight on Young Talents

YOUNG GUNS: Milan’s Palazzo Morando on Wednesday evening was lit up for two back-to-back events hinging on fashion’s generation next: “Empower Talents 3,” hosted by Vogue Italia editor in chief Franca Sozzani and Kering chairman and ceo François-Henri Pinault, a project that offers internships at the luxury brands that are part of the French group in Italy; and the “Who is On Next? and Vogue Talents” happening, also hosted by Sozzani.
“It’s always beautiful to channel the energy of youth and work with new talents,” said Carlo Capasa, president of the Italian chamber of fashion.
“I came earlier to Milan to check out the new designers,” said Laudomia Pucci. “It’s our duty not only to find them but to help them.” How did she feel about the debut show of Massimo Giorgetti at the helm of Emilio Pucci on Thursday? “Very confident,” she grinned.
Salvatore Ferragamo’s Massimiliano Giornetti was taking a break from putting the finishing touches to his collection, to be shown on Sunday.
“It’s all ready and done,” countered Anna Molinari about her own lineup. Giambattista Valli, Lapo Elkann, siblings Alberta and Massimo Ferretti, Moncler’s Remo Ruffini, Sara Battaglia, and Elena Ghisellini also attended.

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Prada Sails Luna Rossa Home to Milan

Prada has brought its Luna Rossa AC72 catamaran to Milan.
The 72-foot sailboat, which was among the finalists of the America’s Cup in San Francisco in 2013, has been installed in the Aero-Naval hall of Milan’s Museo Nazionale della Scienza e della Tecnologia (The Science and Technology Museum).
The catamaran, which was transported from Cagliari, Sardinia, and then re-assembled in the museum, will be on public display until at least the end of 2017.
“The presence of Luna Rossa in the Museo della Scienza e della Tecnologia represents a recognition of Luna Rossa team’s technical and design value and of its continuous ability to compete in this sector at the highest levels for more than 15 years,” said Luna Rossa team principal Patrizio Bertelli. “This boat has been one of the most extreme expressions in the history of naval design: half boat, half plane, it made sailing lovers and especially its team live exciting moments. We are more than happy to put this expression of the Italian design value at the disposal of the public, especially young people.”
Over the next few months, an interactive exhibition will be organized at the museum to explain the catamaran’s design and construction process, as well as to

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Qatar Ups Stake in Milan Development

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The transaction concerns a business, retail, residential and garden complex.

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Qatar Ups Stake in Milan Development

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Amy Arbus Sets Milan Exhibition

The American photographer did a photo shoot featuring Marina Rinaldi’s fall collection.

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