From Milan to Paris
Fashion Week news.
And all our fave moments from the international catwalks!
Source: Us Weekly
On the 20th anniversary of Gianni Versace’s death, his sister Donatella - and heir to the icon’s fashion empire - set Milan Fashion alight by hosting the Versace runway show at the Triennale Museum and turned back time. The collection featured prints and key fabrics from the mid 90's, a period when Gianni stamped his individual look and splashes of gold, hardware and strong lines on the fashion world.
The piece de resistance? Five original supermodels strutting the catwalk in honor of the late designer. Naomi Campbell, Carla Bruni, Claudia Schiffer, Helena Christensen and Cindy Crawford (the later having watched daughter, Kaia Gerber model pieces from the current collection only moments before!) hit the runway as part of the finale, walking down with Donatella to a round of applause from the enthusiastic gathering.
Not quite ready for the full Versace look? Take pieces from the range and be inspired to push your fashion limits.
Long lines in hues of blue, and neutral full-length pieces were key on the Cavalli catwalk in Milan. Splashes of bold animal-print sprinkled through a fluid collection from the master. Comfortable style represent.
With Karl Lagerfeld himself at the helm, you can expect that the Fendi show would push fashion boundaries. And it delivered. Socks with kitten heels? Yes. Shoulders for days? You bet. Ready to channel the Fendi fun for yourself? Get shopping…
From Italy the international fashion pack, have now moved on to the French capital for the next level of heady style inspiration to have it’s day. Our hot picks and highlights to shop are. Right. Here. It’s almost like you’re front row. You’re welcome.
We spy colour. Sparkles. Stripes. Denim. And lace up boots coming off Dior’s Parisian runway and we’re excited. It’s easy to see why the collections of creative director, Maria Grazia Chiuri, are coveted all over the world.
Source: Vogue UK
Next year will mark the 85th anniversary of the little green alligator and Lacoste are starting the celebrations early with their showing at Paris Fashion Week.
Get your little piece of Parisian history right here…
With Kaia Gerber running (literally in some cases) from shows across New York, London and Milan, the modelling royalty made her catwalk debut in Paris this week. Walking for YSL’s Anthony Vaccarello’s collection, Gerber pulled off the big sleeves and bold silhouette from the range like a pro.