The Milan Fashion Week Fall Winter 2018 2019 is about to begin!

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Heat the engines. 20 – 26 February 2018. The Milan Fashion Week Fall Winter 2018 2019 is about to begin and is announced to say the least rumbling, full of events, events and news not to be missed, not only for insiders, press, buyers and fashion people in I come from all over the world, but also for those who live in Milan every day.

With over 64 fashion shows, 92 presentations and 18 events on the calendar the February 2018 fashion week will be more lively than ever. To confirm the strength and strength of our fashion system there are the extremely comforting data of the Italian National Chamber of Fashion: the turnover of the Italian fashion industry in 2017 recorded a + 2.5% compared to 2016 and an increase in exports 4.3%, thus tracing growth. In short, the economic trends open the way for a certainly positive 2018 and a February in style. And this edition will demonstrate it with its many novelties.

Of course, among the guest stars on the front row of the Milan fashion shows there will be no Chiara Ferragni (who from her IG stories announced her decision to stay in Los Angeles to prepare for almost imminent birth) and we will probably no longer see “human walls” of street style photographers willing to block the city and tilt the traffic while photographing it (see above as it happened in September 2017 before the Fendi Spring Summer 2018 fashion show) but the show must go on. And do not worry! Do not miss it girl, model, celeb, new faces and influencers (true or aspiring) ready to contend for flash, photographic objectives and hashtag top trending: social side now inalienable for a week that will have its fulcrum and sacred focus in fashion Made in Italy.

Yes, this year more than ever, it will be our fashion to be the true protagonist of Milan Fashion Week: among the most important events of this Milan fashion week designed for the whole public (and not only for insiders) in fact, there is the ITALIANA exhibition. Italy seen in fashion from 1971-2001 with which the Italian National Chamber of Fashion, on the occasion of its sixtieth anniversary, celebrates the importance and value of Italian fashion. But not only! There are many new entries for the first time on the calendar: starting with Moncler, which is entrusted with the official opening of MMD on February 20 (find out more in the gallery), up to Tommy Hilfiger, who chose Milan as fourth stage of his #TOMMYNOW, passing the Italian Francesca Liberatore who after years on the runways of the New York Fashion Week “back” at home. Together with her, supported by CNMI, Christian Pellizzari, Lucio Vanotti and Angel Chen just to name a few to witness the attention of Camera Moda towards young talents. And then the fashion hub market dedicated to emerging designers including Giannico and the duo revealing Archivio, to keep an eye on, or the inclusive fashion show (scheduled for February 27th and open to the public) and much more. Like the highly anticipated event by Anna Dello Russo of 24 February on the occasion of the publication of the book published by Phaidon AdR Book: Beyond Fashion: an evening in which Christie’s will auction 30 total looks from Anna’s personal archive followed by a dinner hosted by Swarovski and a party that promises to be the most exuberant and sparkling ever!

Do you want to know every news of this Milan Fashion Week and be updated on what will happen from 20 to 26 February 2018? Everything you need to know in this gallery, to experience the fashion week as a real fashion insider. Are you ready?

Tom Ford will take the final spot on the men’s portion of the New York Fashion Week

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The mystery designer has been identified.

Tom Ford will take the final spot on the men’s portion of the New York Fashion Week calendar next month with a runway show on Feb. 6. The show will be held at 8 p.m. at the Park Avenue Armory, immediately following Joseph Abboud at 7 p.m.

Although Ford has shown his men’s wear in New York in the past, this will mark the first time the designer has shown his men’s collection alone during New York Fashion Week: Men’s. His most recent New York show was in September of 2017 when he kicked off New York Fashion Week with a women’s show at the Armory. His spring 2018 men’s line was shown in Milan.

Last month, the Council of Fashion Designers of America said that it had pushed back the dates of New York Fashion Week: Men’s slightly to Feb. 5 through Feb. 7, immediately preceding the women’s shows that start on Feb. 8 — and creating one big 10-day dual-gender event. At the time, Mark Beckham, vice president of marketing for CFDA, hinted that another “big-name designer” was about to jump onto the men’s calendar, but it took until Monday for Ford to be identified as that designer.

Ford’s addition to the calendar will give a boost to the men’s portion of the week, which has been filled mainly with emerging brands. The big names that will be participating this time around will be Raf Simons, who will close the men’s portion of the calendar on Wednesday night Feb. 7, along with Abboud, Perry Ellis — which is returning to the calendar this season — and Hugo Boss.       


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Breakfast at Tiffany? now we can…

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There are certain movie scenes that are so iconic that they still retain their importance in the pop-culture lexicon, even decades later. When Holly Golightly, played by Audrey Hepburn, stepped out of a yellow cab and sauntered to the window of Tiffany & Co. in the 1961 film “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” with Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer’s “Moon River” playing in the background, such a scene was created.

As Holly ate a croissant and carried a cup of coffee, she was still, unfortunately, on the outside of the building. Since 1837, Tiffany’s has been a preeminent luxury jeweler and not a place where you could actually have breakfast. However, that changed on Friday, with the opening of the Blue Box Café, at the company’s venerable flagship store at Fifth Avenue and 57th Street in New York City. Menu items will be seasonal and reflect a sophisticated take on a variety of New York dishes.

Located on the fourth floor of the building, which houses a recently renovated home and accessories section, the café is a bright, airy space, with the “Breakfast at Tiffany” breakfast starting at $29. The offering comes with coffee or tea, followed by a croissant and seasonal fruit and rounded out with your choice of a buttermilk waffle, smoked salmon and bagel stack, truffle eggs, or avocado toast.

The prix fixe lunch, which includes a starter and main courses like the Fifth Avenue salad, with Maine lobster, grapefruit and poppyseed dressing, and an olive-oil poached salmon, with caviar and smashed potatoes, costs $39.

With a nod to the long-heralded regality of the location, there is also a “Tiffany Tea” menu offering ($49), featuring teas by Bellocq, as well as a selection of finger sandwiches and bakery items. Individual sweets and warm beverages are also available, from an espresso ($5) to a slice of chocolate mousse cake ($12).

The café, outfitted with tables that can accommodate many different group sizes, is accentuated by heavy usage of the company’s classic robin’s-egg blue motif on everything from the walls to the plates. Only two blocks from the southern boundary of Central Park, the café has an excellent window view of the popular destination.

With many traditional retailers losing customers at their brick and mortar locations to online competitors, there has been an increased focus on cultivating experiences for shoppers. Tiffany’s recently opened a temporary concept store in Manhattan’s Rockefeller Center, with another location set to open in nearby Grand Central Terminal. Both stores will feature a selection of jewelry, home items and accessories.

According to Reed Krakoff, the chief artistic officer of Tiffany & Co., who led the redesign of the café and the adjoining home and accessories section, there was an emphasis on showcasing modern luxury. “The space is experimental and experiential – a window into the new Tiffany,” Mr. Krakoff said in a statement.

For generations of Hepburn fans, the outsized presence of the flagship store has allowed them to retrace her steps from the movie, but now they can truly have breakfast at Tiffany’s, 56 years after the film’s release.

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Furs never miss the appeal of fashion shows, so I’m not an absolute novelty to see on the catwalk for the fall winter 2017 2018. The talk of a true return to fashion seems almost controversy as they rule sovereigns among the trends of cold season after year. Once again Fendi is an absolute champion, capable of decimating fur in a thousand variants. But beside him there is also Gareth Pugh who plays Gothic, for Gucci is total white. Whether ecological or natural fur (see mink fur), the imperative is to represent it with the innate class of those who want to bring forth primitive female instinctuality. A gentle, soft instinct, warm as a hug.


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Fur, queen of coats, is also among the most controversial of every season. And on the one hand it continues to be a huge trend on the catwalks, on the other there are more and more brands that decide to marry the fur free philosophy (last in the order of arrival is Gucci) and to realize coats in synthetic fur and faux fur . The fashion trend of this Fall Winter 2017-2018, then, points to the colorful furs that seem to be the most funny coats of the moment. Starting with Miu Miu wearing a flamboyant and strictly ecological style footwear, coupled with maxi pendant hats for a cozy & crazy mood. Yes, this winter requires softness and much, so much color! Do you want to dare? From the bright green faux fur Giorgio Armani to the synthetic fur in orange version is the new black of Topshop Unique, passing through the inlaid fur coats seen from Missoni to the “vacuum effect” eco-design signed by Calvin Klein and the many proposals in pink , fucsia and surroundings, here are the ideas from the catwalks, also fur free, with which to decline the season’s trend in Autumn Winter 2017-2018.

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The New York fashion week runway shows registers a flight (to Paris), and echoed by raising the price of admission. Or rather, selling the ticket-invitation to fashion shows in September. The  IMG , which specializes in organizing events, for years involved in the preparation of some fashion shows, launches “NYFW: The Experience”. The project, aimed at top clients, offers a package of experiences including the opportunity to attend the parades in premium seats, a custom tour behind the scenes Q & A with industry insiders, an opportunity to meet designers and models, visits to showroom, make-up service affiliated salons, styling services, gift bag and much more according to buyer demands. The phenomenon is a kind of legalization of the service offered by some touts who were starting to take foot especially online.

“It is an experience created to selected individuals who want to live close to the energy of the fashion week,” he told  WWD  Mark Shapiro , co-chief executive officer of WME / Img. “We have an incredible request, the fashion shows are the last mega-event marketing and historically the consumer has always been excluded, this service will give the opportunity to experience the parades to those who are not journalists or buyers,” explains the manager . Prices for personalized services are not available, but apparently the Big Apple continues to attract the attention of the fashion victim.

The announcement of ticket-invitation came at a critical time for New York, to the ever-growing light exodus of luxury brands. Just this week, the list of emigrants to Paris has become even more dense. At  Proenza SchoulerMonique Lhuillier  and  Rodarte , present at the last Paris fashion couture week, it added  Joseph Altuzarra  who, along with  Thom Browne , will march under the Eiffer Tower for ready to wear female September.
The American media have emphasized the phenomenon apocalyptic tones, from  Nicole Phelps , director of online section  Vogue Runway : “It is one of the most considered brand, the most influential of the calendar; New York has lost a good chunk of his new guard “.

He tried to throw water on the fire  Steven Kolb , president and CEO of the  Council of Fashion Designers of America.  “There are four brands – told  Fashionista  – who decided to show in Paris for different reasons at different times, and each of them has taken this decision not because there were problems with the NYFW or something wrong with the NYFW, but because there was an opportunity in Paris. If you asked each of them think that would confirm that this is not a negative statement against New York, but the opportunity to show the collections in a different market. “

For now, compared to a loss of these names, the Big Apple boasts the return of  Rihanna , who after two seasons in Paris, will bring its line  Fenty Puma  in New York.


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Italian wine is one of the most difficult regions to get to know. Why? Well for one, the Italians use an esoteric wine labeling system, much like the French. But that’s not even the biggest problem in terms of familiarizing yourself with Italian wines. The hardest part is learning all the different grape varieties.

At the moment, there are about 350 official Italian wine varieties. There have been rumors that over 2,000 different Italian grapes exist, but this might be a bit of an exaggeration– something Italians do well.

See an easy to understand map of Italian wine regions and major wine varieties. Learn about the 20 Italian wine regions and which ones to try first when delving into Italian wines.

With the arrival of the beautiful season, there is the ideal time to discover the genuine flavors of Chianti’s lands. Tenuta Belvedere welcomes visitors to Wine Tour who want to make this wonderful tasting experience. Tenuta Belvedere is set on the beautiful Florentine hills of Chianti DOCG, a few kilometers from Florence, in the town of Rignano sull’Arno. For its guests, it organizes tastings in the company that represent a unique opportunity to enjoy excellent Tuscan vinification products. The wines of the Tenuta Belvedere wineries are born in accordance with the ancient wine tradition, landscape and peasant tradition. Love for nature is found in every taste of Chianti tasted.

Tenuta Belvedere has its roots in the troubled times of the fights between Guelphs and Ghibellines. For more than a century, a branch of the powerful Mozzi family, wealthy bankers who had the management of the Pontifical Treasury, retained the property…


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If mini dresses aren’t your thing, get your hands on maxi dresses and take your style to new lengths. An all year round style staple for any girls wardrobe, it’s the perfect choice for chic everyday style and going out glamour. Go for an open-back, body-hugging style for your next night out look, or work it in a maxi dress, cut-out and metallic details perfect for those party season vibes. Let your legs do the talking with a sexy front split, or go for the cover-up and let your attitude to the talking. Add some heels and jewels to your basic block colours, or dress it down with some ankle boots and a killer coat for those casual feels. Whatever the weather, go maxi.



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Super Fashion Week? Meanwhile, Milan gets one more day

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Milan Fashion Week warms the engines. And brings home one day more than a calendar. This is a first concrete result, waiting to understand what the past week’s announcements will be about the super week of fashion, so that it is waiting for days for an official communication (a press conference) that clarifies on projects , Commitments, synergies and collaborations.

The September Prêt-à-Porter fashion shows, the women’s men’s calendar, for the first time after years, boast a real week (September 20-26). To confirm it is the official website of the National Chamber of Italian Fashion: no longer canons six but seven days that will see the succession of more and more parades together, including Bottega Veneta, Gucci, Antonio Marras and for the first time Etro, Missoni, Jil Sander and Trussardi. Always on Cnmi’s website it is learned that the seven-day formula will cover the next 2018 (21-27 February, 19-25 September) appointments.

The changes did not only affect Milan but also New York and, in particular, London. The relayship between the fashion week in the two cities will be somewhat interrupted for a day rather than running uncomfortably as usual. From September 7th to 13th, Nyfw and from 15 to 19, London’s Spring / Summer 2018 proposals will be on show. In the shadow of the Big Bang, Emporio Armani will join the company, which, in conjunction with the renovation of the store in Bond Street, It will be absent from Mfw as it did last autumn when it had chosen the Paris fashion week to celebrate the restyling of the store and Armani Caffè de Saint-Germain. Among the novelties are the first London show of the Nicopanda brand by Nicola Formichetti, the 20-year-old Roland Mouret and the arrival of Tommy Hilfiger who, after the Great Apple and Los Angeles, will travel to the British capital on September 19 with the formula ‘see Now-buy now ‘.


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Plaits appeared on the spring/summer 2017 catwalks in every imaginable form – from skater-girl braided buns at Dior to bohemian skinny plaits at Roberto Cavalli and romantic rope braids at Valentino and everything in between. As Guido Palau told us backstage at Dior, “there’s a plait to suit everyone”. Pick your favourite style below.

Complement spring’s sporty silhouettes with extra-long twin braids – at Emporio Armani, extensions were woven into the plaits so that they reached down to models’ waists.


Guido Palau cited skater girls as one of the references for the plaited buns he created at Dior, worn scraped back from the face and offset by J’Adior earrings.


Bohemian girls will be immediately drawn to the laid-back styles at Roberto Cavalli – softly tousled waves with two skinny plaits at the front.


James Pecis’s cool-girl braids at Simone Rocha were complemented by dewy skin and baby-hair strands around the face, giving models a post-workout look somewhat less sweaty than the reality.


For the true romantic, Valentino’s extra-long loose plaits were fastened low at the nape of the neck, whilst stray strands of hair around the face made for a pretty, youthful look.


Forgetting the scene-stealing face flowers by Val Garland just for the moment, the plaits at Preen By Thornton Bregazzi were messy, haphazard and anything but preppy.








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Archived beanie, abandoned Basque, hat you’ll want to wear this spring will (only) the baseball cap. He is the new hairstyle chosen by influencers and fashion editor to the latest fashion weeks in New York, London and Milan. Much more comfortable than a styling and much more cool of a new short haircut, the hat with a visor this Spring Summer 2017 PURE trend. But how to wear it in the routine of day-by-day avoiding the effect bad girl in high school? Try to match it to be business woman coats with shoulders 80s style Miroslava Duma, or look at the last trench + hoodie

Taste of Florence’s Chianti Lovers Preview at Fortezza

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file19A wine fair takes place annually every February in Florence to celebrate the completion of the 2016 production year in Chianti.

On Sunday, February 12, Chianti Lovers Anteprima (Preview) is back once again to invite wine lovers to be among the first to sample 2016 Chianti not yet released on the market.

Representatives from over 100 estates will pour 500 types of wine.  Due to the enormous success of the past two editions, this year’s event will be held at the Fortezza da Basso in order to guarantee the tasting of wines in a relaxing and pleasurable manner.

The fair offers a chance to familiarize with the quality and the characteristics of Chianti 2016 and the Chianti Riserva 2014 from file14the subzones of Chianti Rufina, Colli Fiorentini, Colli Aretini, Colli Senesi, Colline Pisane (the hills around Florence, Arezzo, Siena and Pisa) as well as six additional Tuscan denominations. Doors will be open for the public from 4 to 9 pm with €15 admission (accessibility at 9:30 am is limited to trade professionals and journalists).

Chianti Lovers Anteprima welcomes visitors who are passionate about wine but also those who wish to investigate the mysteries
involved and the excitement of evaluating them. It is a chance to experience the meanings of the intense ruby colors, or hints of fruit or spicy notes on the nose, or on the palate the nuances of wild berries, vanilla, chocolate, leather or tobacco with overall smooth tannins.

file24These expressions refer to just some of the unique aspects of Chianti and their terroir, a unique environmental context contributing to the variety of flavors that can be distinguished. Moving among the stands there is an atmosphere of enjoyment and of feeling special as producers who are eager to hear critiques of their wines greet guests.

The term “Preview” means that the Chianti wines are still very young but still are able to give an idea of their quality and mature characteristics. In the coming months the vintages will continue to develop fragrances and aromas to express the robust quintessence of the Sangiovese grape.

A new feature of this year’s Anteprima will be the presence of a number of diminutive red Ape three-wheelers, which have slipped down from the hills of Chianti. The farm vehicles will be buzzing through the streets and squares of central Florence starting on Tuesday from 9 am to 5 pm, offering tastings directly from wineries.

These Chianti carts will provide an opportunity to acquire discounts on the tickets for the Sunday event. Late afternoon on Friday, 10th February 10 there will be a special pre-dinner aperitif offered in one of the main piazzas in town.

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pi_news_eventi_uomo_ps_caranPaul Smith ha scelto Pitti Immagine Uomo 91 (Firenze, 10 – 13 gennaio 2017) come palcoscenico per l’evento di lancio della sua collezione PS by Paul Smith Autunno-Inverno 2017.
Linea contemporary lanciata nel maggio 2016, PS by Paul Smith attinge allo stile iconico di Paul Smith, che si caratterizza per i colori e le stampe decisi, aggiungendo tessuti tecnici e performanti.
Dal lancio della collezione sono stati inaugurati 11 negozi PS by Paul Smith in tutto il mondo, tra cui Londra, Parigi, Hong Kong, Osaka e Seul, e nuove aperture sono in programma.
Paul Smith ha scelto Pitti Uomo 91 come occasione e contesto ideale per presentare la sua collezione, con una speciale fashion installation negli spazi della Dogana di Via Valfonda, e con la partecipazione al salone, alla Sala delle Colonne della Fortezza da Basso.
 “Sono lieto di lanciare la mia collezione PS by Paul Smith a gennaio in occasione di Pitti Uomo”, dice lo stilista. “Ho lavorato per la prima volta con Pitti Immagine nel 1993, e sono stato il primo stilista a sfilare all’interno di un luogo iconico come la Stazione Leopolda. Sono vent’anni che attendo di sfilare nuovamente a Firenze, e spero che sarà un evento sorprendente!
 Pitti Immagine Uomo 91 si terrà a Firenze dal 10 al 13 gennaio 2017. Nell’arco delle quattro giornate ospiterà un ricco programma di eventi speciali, più di un migliaio di espositori, pop up stores, sfilate e progetti digitali interattivi.


schermata-2017-01-06-alle-05-01-19LUCIO VANOTTI_ Classe 1975, Lucio Vanotti porta avanti con la sua ricerca un ideale di moda razionale e purista. Tra i finalisti di “Who is on next? Uomo” 2012, fonda il brand Lucio Vanotti nel 2012. Selezionato da Giorgio Armani per sfilare nell’Armani Teatro, nel giugno 2016 sfila a Firenze in occasione dell’ultimo Pitti Uomo, tra i giudizi entusiastici della stampa internazionale. Riducendo ogni capo a forme essenziali, le sue collezioni disegnano geometrie assolute, che avvolgono il corpo con raffinata naturalezza. Lucio Vanotti presenterà la sua collezione FW17 alla Dogana.
Sono molto entusiasta dell’opportunità di presentare la mia prossima collezione di nuovo a Pitti Uomo”, dice Lucio Vanotti. “É la naturale conseguenza di una positiva esperienza passata. Rispetto alla precedente edizione voglio concentrarmi solo sull’uomo, rivisitando il concetto di formale e filtrando il bagaglio storico del classico attraverso la mia visione riduzionista, all’insegna di un’eleganza comoda. Da sempre la mia estetica è stata influenzata dal vestire maschile classico, e proprio questo sarà l’oggetto di partenza della prossima collezione.
PITTI ITALICS è un programma promosso da Centro di Firenze per la Moda Italiana con il contributo di Ministero dello Sviluppo Economico, Agenzia ICE e realizzato da Fondazione Pitti Immagine Discovery in occasione di Pitti Immagine Uomo n. 91.

Menswear Guest Designer di Pitti Uomo 91 è Tim Coppens.

tim-coppens-ua_mdt1lyÈ un grandissimo onore essere stato scelto come Menswear Guest Designer di Pitti Uomo 91. Sulle orme di molti grandi stilisti, sono entusiasta all’idea di far sfilare la mia collezione a Pitti Uomo, il palcoscenico internazionale più prestigioso, e non vedo l’ora di condividere questo momento eccezionale a gennaio!” Tim Coppens
Belga, Tim Coppens si è diplomato nella celebre Royal Academy of Fine Arts di Anversa. Ha lavorato con vari marchi sportswear e di lusso, prima di fondare la propria label a New York nel 2012. La sua prima collezione è stata subito ordinata da Barneys New York e da altri prestigiosi retailer internazionali. Fin dalla sua prima stagione, Tim Coppens ha ricevuto un forte sostegno e apprezzamento sia dagli addetti ai lavori che dalla stampa. WWD lo ha selezionato come una delle “10 of Tomorrow” Rising Stars. Il suo brand fonde artigianalità, tailoring e riferimenti all’athletic wear, con continui richiami alla  street culture e a quella speciale energia, tra presente e futuro, che caratterizza la vita nelle grandi città.

PALTÒ: Dai miti del cinema italiano alla nuova era del cappotto made in Italy

Paltò si propone sul mercato come la Fabbrica del Cappotto Made in Italy. Paltò si è ispirato da subito ai miti del cinema italiano ed internazionale, e non poteva essere che per l’icona indiscussa della nostra cinematografia la prima dedica in collezione: Marcello Mastroianni. Nel ventennio della sua scomparsa, a lui viene omaggiato “Marcello”, uno dei capi più rappresentativi dell’eleganza italiana senza tempo. Un cappotto a manica raglan, proposto in volumi ampi e vestibilità loose.
L’evoluzione del concetto di sartorialità che un tempo era garanzia di esclusività, si traduce in chiave contemporanea nella reinterpretazione dei classici: dai Galles proposti in filati chinè e aspetti tridimensionali, ai check declinati in chiave grafica su lane pettinate o in jacquard, fino all’effetto mohair. Un’attenzione particolare va ai nuovi uniti: bouclè rivisitati in superfici armaturate e coloriture melange, chevron tono su tono, panni militari e velluti lavati a coste.


Per celebrare Pitti Immagine Uomo a Tokyo, Isetan Shinjuku, Isetan Salone Man a Marunouchi e lo store Isetan presso l’aeroporto di Haneda, tra i più importanti department store al mondo, ospiteranno uno speciale progetto promozionale di moda maschile: i clienti avranno la possibilità di fare preordini, in esclusiva, di una selezione di marchi di Pitti Uomo. E in più saranno presentati gli eventi e i protagonisti del salone di Firenze.


E’ un debutto a Pitti Uomo quello dello streetwear brand di stanza a Istanbul Les Benjamins che sceglie il salone per presentare il suo universo creativo menswear e il suo nuovo concept di retail.
Fondatore e direttore creativo di Les Benjamins, Bunyamin Aydin ha dato vita al collettivo creativo nel 2011, ben presto distinto all’interno della new wave creativa sulla scena turca e internazionale. Les Benjamins è nato per celebrare la diversità delle persone, della loro cultura, storia, religione e lingua che si riflette nella moda, con sfumature preziose e sofisticati accenti di stile.
Sincretismo tra oriente e occidente, le sue creazioni esplorano le nuove frontiere dell’urbanwear, combinazione di print innovativi – frutto delle migliori tecnologie digitali – e texture e materiali artigianali. Come ogni collettivo che si rispetti, anche il brand ha dato corso nel tempo a numerose collaborazioni che spaziano dal mondo dell’arte a quello della musica, hip-hop soprattutto, ottenendo riconoscimento e apprezzamento da celebrieties come Travis Scott, Asap Nast, Jaiden Smith, Cara Delevigne, Woodkid, Rita Ora o le top model Barbara Palvin e Jourdan Dunn.
Les Benjamins è presente worldwide: Beymen, Harvey Nichols & Brandroom in Turchia, Layers London, Saks Fifth Avenue New York & Los Angeles, La Rinascente Milano, Le Printemps Paris, Tsum Moscow e Shinsegae a Seoul.


schermata-2017-01-06-alle-04-43-35Vorrei semplicemente che chi indossa i miei capi possa essere felice”. In questa frase che racchiude un sentimento dal sapore quasi naif, se rapportato ai rigidi schemi del mondo della moda, sospesa in quell’eterno dualismo tra creatività e business, si svela tutta la passione e il talento di Teppei Fujita.
Classe 1984, il designer giapponese è l’anima del brand sulvam che sfilerà in occasione di Pitti Uomo 91, grazie a uno speciale accordo con la Japan Fashion Week Organization.

Diplomato al Bunka Fashion College, con alle spalle una lunga collaborazione presso la maison Yohji Yamamoto, Fujita dà vita a sulvam nel 2014, guadagnando presto il consenso degli addetti ai lavori internazionali, dai top retailer alla stampa: si aggiudica il Tokyo Fashion Award nel 2014, è uno dei vincitori di “Who is on Next? Dubai” nel 2015 e presenta le proprie collezioni in occasione della Paris Fashion Week. Il suo stile fa tesoro della lezione del grande maestro giapponese, sviluppando un tailoring reinterpretato in chiave fortemente contemporanea, con un focus su tessuti di grande qualità e silhouette innovative.

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Sure, it would be great to stay in celebration mode forever, but eventually you have to hit the reset button on your life. Here, 10 easy ways to do it.

1. Be Radiant

If you buy only one new skin-care product during the long, dry winter months, make it a luminosity- enhancing serum, such as Kypris Beauty Elixir III Prismatic Array ($150). It’s chock-full of anti­oxidants like vitamin C, which brings tired, dull complexions into the light, and is gentle enough for those who have sensitive skin.

2. Boost Your Lashes

For an instant eye-brightener, reach for a tube of Maybelline New York The Falsies Push Up Angel Mascara ($10). Its name is as long as its staying power but more important is its brush—a fan-shaped, short-bristled wonder—that ensures curled, are-they-real-or-not? lashes with every swipe.

3. Get Fuller Hair

Nutrafol ($88), a blend of marine collagen, hyaluronic acid, and vitamin E, is the buzziest hair-growth supplement around. Riawna Capri, who tends to the manes of some of Hollywood’s A-list (Jennifer Lawrence, Selena Gomez), swears by it. “I have seen a huge difference with my clients after taking it for three months,” says Capri. “Their hair is so much thicker, especially around the hairline.”

4. Shop Wisely

Lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop Clean Beauty is packed with advice on how to choose the right beauty products and how to eat better as well as clean-living tips like”Energy, enthusiasm, and glowing skin do take you pretty far, actually.” Amen to that.

5. Replace Your Lipstick

Red lip color will wake up your face in a flash. Our pick: Nars Velvet Lip Glide in Mineshaft ($26). This poppy shade is flattering on most skin tones, and it goes on like a dream, leaving behind rich, high-impact color that wears evenly and keeps lips soft all day long.

6. Find Your Zen

Get an Apple Watch for the holidays? Go launch its built-in Breathe app. “Wait,” you may be thinking, “I don’t need an app to tell me how to breathe.” And you would be right, but it does much more than that: It blocks out time for you to meditate, which studies have shown can significantly reduce stress and anxiety in just minutes. For non-Watch-havers, the Headspace app (from $6.24 per month) is a good option.

7. Whiten Your Smile

Already a devotee of Crest Whitestrips? The newest version, Crest Whitestrips With Light ($100), is souped-up thanks to the addition of blue-light technology, which works in conjunction with the strips you know and love to accelerate the whitening effect.

8. Exercise Anytime, Anywhere

You can get a serious workout with the Cody app (classes from $10), if you have access to a screen (yes, your phone counts). Big-time trainers (Ashley Galvin, Jacquelyn Umof, Dylan Werner) coach you through yoga, Pilates, HIIT, and barre classes streamed to you, on your schedule.

9. Repair Your Hair

Restore overworked strands to peak condition with b3 Demi Permanent Conditioner. This in- salon treatment combines the deep hydration of a mask with the rejuvenating qualities of a bond builder, leaving hair stronger and softer for up to 12 shampoos (from $45).

10. Self-Tan Smarter

Tan-Luxe takes the guesswork—and the smell—out of at-home tanning. Add a few drops of The Face ($50) or The Body ($60) to your moisturizer or body lotion of choice, and smooth evenly on your skin. In a few hours you’ll develop a natural, streak-free glow (without staining your sheets or clothing). Want deeper color? Use more drops. Simple.


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Wherever Barbara Palvin goes, there’s a little dust storm of controversy. Back when she was a 19-year-old Victoria’s Secret model, Selena Gomez fans blamed her for the singer’s breakup with Justin Bieber after Palvin was spotted with him at a Broadway show. Palvin has since been linked to One Direction’s Niall Horan; she’s been seen partying with Ed Sheeran; and, since the Cannes Film Festival in 2016, she’s been rumored to be dating Formula 1 racer Lewis Hamilton.

On the day I chatted with Palvin, who is at home in the countryside outside of Budapest, she laughed at her reputation as a man-eater—though the laughter was undercut by a clear note of annoyance. Days earlier, a British tabloid posted a picture of her sitting on a man’s lap at an event for the Italian lingerie brand Intimissimi. “That’s not Lewis Hamilton! Barbara Palvin gets cozy with mystery man,” the headline gasped.

“Normally, I don’t let it get to me,” she tells me. The “mystery man” was, in fact, her Italian agent, a dear friend. “I actually hang out with a lot of guys, and whenever I hang out with a famous guy, I’m instantly dating them. So I just laugh it off.” This time, though, Palvin said the comments crossed the line. “It was: ‘Of course she’s hitting on that guy. He’s probably old and rich.’ Oh bravo, Daily Mail !”

No, Palvin doesn’t need to date rich men to belong to the jet set. “It drives me a little crazy that people would think that.”


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The difference between feeling model-esque, not cinched, in your Balmain body-con dress may be just a few pounds—of water. “You can retain up to five pounds of extra fluid,” says Jeffrey Morrison, a physician and founder of the Morrison Center in New York, who suggests sipping water-eliminating teas like dandelion or fennel two or three times a day. (Try Traditional Medicinals Dandelion Leaf & Root Tea, $5.29 for 16 bags.) Other de-bloating elixirs: Ask your juice joint to press a celery-centric concoction, and take a 500-milligram parsley capsule twice a day.

Drink Two Glasses of Water Before Every Meal

“It sounds counterintuitive, but you need to drink water to lose water,” says Lauren Slayton, a nutritionist and founder of Foodtrainers in New York. Along with drinking a minimum of 64 ounces daily, Slayton recommends front-loading meals with two cups of H2O “for maximum appetite reduction; it’ll make you feel full and help you eat less.” Adds Vanessa Packer, a holistic nutritionist at Model­Fit in New York, “Avoid seltzer and sparkling water—they cause bloating.”

Get Eight Hours of Sleep

“When you get seven-and-a-half to eight hours of sleep, your body is more equipped to get rid of stress hormones, and your metabolism improves,” says Morrison. And taking a vitamin D3 supplement daily may help you sleep better and therefore improve weight loss too. One theory is that when D3 is low, hunger hormones increase, and when you’re not deficient in D, melatonin—the body’s natural sleep aid—works more effectively. Slayton suggests taking 2,000 IUs of D3 daily.

Avoid All Processed Foods

Which means not only skipping the obvious culprits (chips, cookies, candy) but also anything that is prepackaged (store-bought bread, pasta, cheese), and even canned tuna and almond milk, which may be packed with sodium and sugar, respectively. Opt for whole grain bread from a local bakery; it won’t be heavily processed, and avoid anything made with white flour (it has no nutritional value), says Morrison. Skip all dairy too, including Greek yogurt. Replacing all inflammatory foods (sugar, wheat, dairy) with whole foods and vegetables can produce rapid results, Morrison adds.

“Your Spinning class will burn calories, but it won’t give you the powerful after-burn effect of HIIT.”

Carve Out Your Belly

Strengthening your body’s natural corset muscles is a surefire way to get a flat belly naturally. Celebrity trainer Gunnar Peterson (who got Khloé Kardashian in rock-body shape) suggests doing this simple but powerful plank sequence every day: Get into a plank position (forearms on the floor, core engaged, legs straight) at just less than arm’s length from a wall. While keeping your core centered—don’t move side to side—alternate touching the wall with each hand as many times as possible in one minute. Repeat five times. The goal: Every round, tap the wall more times, says Peterson.

Ditch Alcohol Completely

Not. A. Sip. “One, it affects your sleep, and we know that in turn affects your metabolism and hunger cravings,” explains Slayton. “Two, it definitely causes you to retain extra fluid.” The third, and most damaging, reason: “You don’t burn any other fat or calories until your body rids itself of that 100-, 200-, or 300-calorie cocktail, so you’re putting yourself behind in terms of calorie-burning from the start,” she says.

Do 30 Minutes of HIIT Every Day

Your Spinning class will burn calories, but it won’t give you the powerful after-burn effect of high-intensity interval training. Oliver Lee, a trainer at Barry’s Bootcamp in New York, recommends this 30-minute circuit: For each exercise go as fast and as intensely as you can for 40 seconds, followed by 20 seconds of rest. Repeat the sequence six times. 1. Fast feet. 2. 180-degree squat jumps. 3. Squat to side kick (alternating legs). 4. Two push-ups into four mountain climbers. 5. Finish with shoulder-tap burpees: Go into a plank, touch each shoulder with the opposite hand four times, then jump up into the air.


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Approaching the cold season and these days I think of my fur, ecological, here is some model chosen by me for you. Let an idea, it is always missing one!


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One piece of outerwear that is making a big comeback for the fall 2016 season happens to be the bomber jacket. From the runways to fast fashion brands and everything in between, get on trend with a bomber. Think it can be worn only one way? Think again. There are satins, floral embroideries and bold prints. So wear with your favorite jeans or even over a dress for an ideal casual look. See more bomber jackets below and shop the trend.


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An original touch and fun for this Fall Winter will definitely pom pom fur, synthetic, animal characters or simple hairy balls … even anti stress!

A few examples that I have selected for you…


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Shining sun,  Art Deco houses and skies in ice cream pastel colours , palm tress and the beach, I am just returning from a 9 day journey to Miami and to a well needed winter break. I was there for work, but shooting under the sun didn’t feel as much like it. I hadn’t been before, it’s always a pleasure to discover a place for the first time, especially when having seen so much already. Miami was super exciting and fun and it feels like there is a lot more I could discover on my next visit.

Here you go with some impressions from South beach and the Standard Miami Spa hotel where I stayed for two nights after the job. I didn’t take fully advantage of the Spa offerings, I’m more of a pool girl, but the deco alone was so worth hanging out there.


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Summer is here so let’s update your playlist and your wardrobe.

Summer is a time for sun, fun, and general leisure. The best way to enhance the experience is by adding the right music. That’s why from June to August, radio stations, music sites, and social media designate the perfect summer songs and play them on repeat. Past songs of the summer have included Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” and Pharrell’s “Happy”.

A summer jam is not just any song. It is one that is usually released in the preceding spring, it’s upbeat, and it has a way of making everyone who listens to it feel instantly better. Perfect for road trips, barbecues, beach days, and festivals, a great summer song invites you to go out into the world, fall in love, or have an adventure. It sweeps you up and makes you want to dance like there’s no tomorrow.

The best time to listen to this music: when you want to get into a summertime mindset.

Here are 3 outfits inspired by the summer songs of 2016:

“Can’t Stop the Feeling” by Justin Timberlake

I love this positive song about feeling good and expressing your happiness through your dance moves. Not only is this song ebullient and exciting, but the video shows off a variety of people bouncing, bopping, and boogieing to the lighthearted track. It’s fabulous and fun.


Recreate Justin’s outfit and embrace summer whites with a striped tank and twill shorts. Make the most of those long days with a cute watch. Slip on a pair of sneakers for all your dancing needs, then finish the look with a bit of sunshine and sun shaped earrings.

“This Is What You Came For” by Calvin Harris feat. Rihanna

Calvin Harris is a master at creating songs that inspire people to dance. His third collaboration with Rihanna is no exception; “This Is What You Came For” has all the elements of a summer anthem. The perfect mesh of Rihanna’s R&B and Calvin Harris’ electronic vibes, this effervescent song stays with you long after you hear it. (And that video?! Perfection.)

Ideal for festival season, days at the carnival, and all activities that start during the day and last well into the night, this look will ensure all eyes are on you. This metallic co-ord set pays homage to Rihanna’s oversized jumpsuit while keeping you cool. Enhance your tan with a glowy bronzer. Keep your hair out of your face with embellished pins. Complete the outfit with comfy sandals and a pretty wristlet.

“One Dance” by Drake feat. Wizkid & Kyla

This song is EVERYWHERE and for good reason: It’s a true gem, and it’s from Drake’s new album “Views from the 6”. Reggae influences and a cool backing track make this the perfect track for chilling out after a long day of sun.

Whether you are hanging out around a bonfire or ambling down the boardwalk, this outfit embraces the light of summer for a vibrant look. During Drake’s performance, the lights bounce right off of him, so mirror that effect with a flowy iridescent tank. Black shorts keep the focus on the top. Beauty and function meet in a lipgloss with SPF 30 to protect your lips from the sun. Protect your eyes with cool rainbow sunnies. Trip the light fantastic with prism earrings and finish the outfit with cute, embellished flip-flops.

Have a great summer, guys!

What do you think?

What is your favorite summer song? What are you plans for the warm weather? What do you think of the outfits? Let me know in the comments!


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Designers took a cue from nature this season by incorporating breezy palm-tree prints into their collections.

If you’re feeling a little pained watching the summer fly by from your office window, might we suggest a little sartorial salve by way of cheerful palm-tree prints from the Spring 2014 runway shows? More Designers sent models walking down the runway decked out in this tropical motif.

We love palm-tree prints because they transport us to the summer sands and warm breezes of vacations past. Plus, they make dressing fun and playful. Palm-tree prints are also the perfect alternative for women who find traditional florals to be too feminine.
These tropical prints have also hit our favorite stores. Check out a few of the pieces on our wish lists below and scoop up one or two for yourself.

4311 Accessory – Made in Italy

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Pitti90 presented to the party held at ‘Hotel St Regis, the new models of the line 43 ° 11 °. The company, Marka Ltd owns the Tuscan brand, during a day divided into various appointments, the first image, the Pitti Fortezza da Basso, exhibition and then, at the Hotel St. Regis. Showed the guests, operators and press, the new models Color, Silver and the new Palladium, designed for summer.
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Pitti90 is approaching. Let’s take a look at the news of the Kermesse of Fortezza da Basso, trying to make predictions based on rumors and indiscretions of traders, exhibitors and journalists.

Speculating on the outcome of Pitti may be taken for granted, considering the increasing success, but there are variables difficult to estimate. The agenda rich of events, the selection of historical brands, and the attention paid to the emerging names and the electric and international atmosphere that makes Florence the most interesting centre of gravity of style and trends worldwide, if you follow the communications about this event, either as private or as professional operator, you will be able to understand a lot about its importance.

News, innovation, inspiration and more are expected from Pitti Immagine Uomo 90, a restless boiling magma from which many people take a cue. The precious experimentation of materials and fabrics is food for thought for designers’ new models and collections, as well as a throwback to the pure tailoring and an enhancement of our Made in Italy in its classic aspects, connotations of a style which always distinguishes the character of our Country.

A zoom on the best of “Fashion and Italian Design” (that highlights Italian new and young talents’ work) is realized in association with foreigner influences. Made in Italy and internationalization seem to be the trend.

We all know that Italian Fashion was born in Florence, but today, how can Florence exceed the dominance of Milan?

The Florentine Fashion Week, with Pitti Uomo, not only resists but it is strongly proactive, thanks to a fair hosting the best of men’s fashion offer of the world, that has several research brands and very high quality, and thanks also to a program of events, exhibitions, parades from emerging talents, successful designers and contemporary artists. This encourages the best fashion buyers of the world to come to Florence to observe new Season trends, to buy highly selected collections and to join events in one of the most beautiful and characteristic cities in the world. So it is the clever mix of high quality ingredients that builds up the Florentine successful recipe. Furthermore, the extraordinary architectural and aesthetic quality of the fairgrounds and the city is the reason why almost all the international buyers don’t miss it.

This exposition leads the world to Florence, that take advantage of a highly qualified and excellent quality business tourism flow that would be otherwise difficult to detect, and on this target, the city can improve the quality of the accommodation facilities and cultural opportunities. But not only. Italy is one of the most beloved destinations for tourists and its historic and architectural structure makes it a unique site to stage also the productive sectors, such as fashion. Therefore we hope for a continuous and strategic investment to attract the best traders and trend setters of the world in Florence.

Alessandro Sicuro


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The Bridge of Love is a conceptual installation on Pitti90

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builds a bridge to the future on the Arno River.
The Bridge of Love is a conceptual installation conceived and designed by architect Claudio Nardi that symbolizes the will to provide hope to people in difficult situations. The project aims to raise public awareness for the refugee crisis and is a part of the World Refugee Day 2016 celebration event program.
Bianca Balti, guest at the charity gala dinner to inaugurate The Bridge of Love on June 13. Starting June 14, the outfit worn by the supermodel during the dinner will be available for purchase at LUISAVIAROMA.COM.
All proceeds from the gala dinner and sale of the outfit will be donated to The UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR). In particular, the ‘Lifeline Jordan’ project that provides direct economic assistance for families of Syrian refugees who have found asylum in Jordan.*
*Since the beginning of the war in Syria until now, 4.8 million people have left the country. Among those, more than 630,000 have sought refuge in Jordan. Through ‘Lifeline Jordan’, UNCHR sustains roughly 135,000 people, half of which are children, by providing each family with basic needs such as housing, food, medical care and education thanks to a contribution of approximately 1,500 euro a year. The availability of a minimum monthly income allows families to survive without spiraling into extreme poverty which could push them to consider risky decisions, such as crossing the Mediterranean.
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I’m not done covering Sydney fashion at least for this week (no worries, Milan Men’s and Couture Paris coming up soon).

With all the monochromatic looks one detail I noticed this time again, the shoes !  I haven’t seen that many black heels at once, especially the most simple version, an elegant heeled sandal with a simple strap that Gianvito Rossi and Givenchy seem to do best.

I love this type of simple heel, it will go with everything. The problem at least for me, my feet don’t look great in them, I’m yet to find the right strap placement for my toes, does this make sense ?

Here we go with many many shoes from Sydney’s fashion week, all in black, heels and flats.


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Fortezza da Basso, Palazzo Pitti 14-17 June 2016, Florence

Lifestyle and fashion make for obvious bedfellows, more elegantly worded by the late Gianni Versace, one of my favorite Italian designers, who said “Don’t be into trends. Don’t make fashion own you, but you decide what you are, what you want to express by the way you dress and the way you live”. Walking in Florence, since choosing to relocate here in February, I couldn’t have a better introduction to Italian culture and the sartorial trends which have influenced men’s fashion throughout the world; than the twice-yearly, Pitti Uomo trade event which presents “…clothing and accessory collections and launching new project’s in men’s fashion.”

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The exhibition, under the auspices of its corporate parent, Pitti Immagine, has provided a “Global showcase and a unifier for the national industry” since 1972, including many of today’s international fashion industry scions: Armani, Ricci, Valentino and Versace who have set the bar high for forthcoming designers. In 2016, hosting as many exhibitors and rigorously selected designers as there are statues in our museums, the Fortezza da Basso presents Hiroki Nakamura working his street apparel and cult footwear, Fausto Puglisi staging his luxurious designs using tradition fabrics, Raf Simons showing his contemporary S/S 2017 collection toGosha Rubchinskiy – this year’s guest menswear designer – showcasing his social commentary collection through media visuals, and Lucio Vanotti, the 2012 ‘Who is on Next?’ finalist known for his elegant unisex style. Concurrently, at the Palazzo Pitti, Visions of Fashion, a photographic exhibition by the iconic Karl Lagerfeld, opens to the public from 15th June inaugurating a three-year programme dedicated to the culture of contemporary fashion. This historic location more famously knows as the former residence of the Medici family, whose wealth and influence originally derived from the textile trade, offers a fitting location indeed to “promote the fashion industry as the aesthetic expression and global evolution of taste.”


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NOW AND THEN: Gucci may be shaking up the fashion system with coed shows, but its chief executive Marco Bizzarri and creative director Alessandro Michele are dead set against see-now-buy-now.

The two men muse on multiple industry shifts in a 13,000-word article penned by Jonathan Wingfield — and illustrated with 50 pages of photos by Juergen Teller — in the next issue of System Magazine.

“Has anyone actually asked the customer if they want to have something available directly after the show? You hear that three bags are going to be released tomorrow in five shops, so you produce 15 bags. How many customers are you going to satisfy with that? Fifteen!” Bizzarri tells the biannual title. “Moving forward, if you want to stay away from fast fashion, I think personally we need to go in a completely opposite direction with what is being talked about.”

The executive and Michele are united about the importance of fashion shows — to a point.

“From a branding standpoint, the show represents only a fraction of our business, and the impact you actually have on the consumer is super, super tiny. I mean, what about the pre-collection?” Bizzarri says. “That is just as important as the show. So let us use the show to tell a story, and then if we need to do something to be closer to the consumer, let’s make sure that the shops today are no longer these mausoleums where you are afraid to enter.”

Adds Michele: “I love fashion shows: they’re the moment when you can give soul to the clothes. Otherwise, it is just a skirt. Fashion is about the dream and without the dream fashion doesn’t exist anymore. So I believe more and more in the fashion show, and I think that fashion needs to be more fashionable than ever before.”

The issue makes its debut Tuesday at Dover Street Market and Colette before rolling out to newsstands on May 9.

Italy / Venice / Biennale – International Architecture Exhibition 2016

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Nigerian Pavilion

International Architecture Exhibition, Venice 2016 – 15th

Spazio Punch, Fondamenta San Biagio 800/O, Giudecca


11800144_10206322584277211_4926908907700799399_nCurator: Mrs. Camilla Boemio (curator, writer, critic)

Camilla Boemio is a writer, curator and theorist whose practice deals with investigating the politics of participation in curatorial practices, the intersection of culture, the social architecture, politics and contemporary aesthetics. Boemio co-founded and directed the thematic AAC platform, she is member of AICA International and she is associate curator at APT – Artist Pension Trust. 


Commissioner: Mr. Nkanta George Ufot (Director – International Cultural Relations, Ministry of Information and Culture). The Biennale di Venezia 2016 will be the first time that Nigeria will feature in this world renowned event, therefore, it is absolutely necessary for us to integrate and collaborate with consultants and partners with experience and previous involvement at the Biennale. Read more  => (…)

IMG_08-002-624x424Exhibitor:  Mr. Ola-Dele Kuku – (Architect – artist) – Ola-Dele Kuku (Lagos, Nigeria – 1963) studied at the Southern California Institute of Architecture – (SCI-Arc), in Los Angeles, California, and in Vico Morcote, Ticino, Switzerland. His private practise (Ola-Dele Kuku Projects), initiated in Milan, Italy in 1991, and focused primarily on conceptual interventions in architecture with special interest in philosophy, theory, and composition.   Read more  click here => (…)

Biennale Architettura

Paolo-Portoghesi-1020x1024About Biennale Venezia: Established in 1980 curated by Paolo Portoghesi, the Venice Architecture Biennale has developed into the world’s foremost architecture event. It’s the leading forum for the exploration of architectural ideas, the social architecture, the preeminent showcase for building design and the biggest and most publicised gathering of the international design and architecture community. What better place for the first Nigerian Pavilion’s architectural creativity and quality to take the world stage?

Schermata 2016-04-27 alle 18.38.42The Biennale promotes debate about the architectural and urban design issues confronting communities and societies around the world. It’s a highly stimulating event that brings together architects with famous careers, theorists, connections with contemporary art and young practitioners on the rise.
Some countries have permanent national pavilions in Venice; others stage their exhibitions in historic buildings. The Nigerian Pavilion have chosen an industrial building with a strong programming in the year: Punch Space where create a site-specific exhibition of architect and artist Ola-Dele Kuku.
Being at Venice feeds back into this country’s built-environment planning while also telling the world that what we do here has its own distinctive character.

conf venezia 22febThe Biennale kicks off with the two-day Vernissage – one of international architecture’s most prestigious occasions – which includes a host of opening parties and opportunities to tour the exhibitions and meet their curators.
Each Biennale has a theme set by the events director, to which the creators of the national exhibitions respond. The Biennale appeals to a large and highly focussed audience: architects and designers and urban planners, naturally, but also companies that support architecture, clients that commission it, institutions that teach it and the media that publish it.
In 2014, 66 countries staged exhibitions and the Biennale attracted 240,000 visitors. More than 3,300 media were accredited, and 120 universities took part in the Biennale’s educational programme. So also this year we will have an amazing audiences!
Visit the La Biennale website

‘Teatro Dell’archivio’ 1996 © Ola-Dele Kuku Projects / courtesy- Philippe Laeremans Tribal Art Gallery, Brussels

image‘Diminished Capacity‘ intends to analyze an historical transaction moment with the ambition to rewrite history, starting from Nigeria to provide unpublished interpretations.
In this condition rewrite history becomes a necessary evolution. The wrong reading of Africa transforms continent itself in a country poised in perpetual opposition to restlessness; what is its identity being a ghetto in forms and structures unsuitable? The Africa is not a country. In that conflict the first Nigerian Pavilion wants to prospect a new methodologies.

‘Agenda Setting’ (neon series) Africa is not a country! © 2016 courtesy ola-dele kuku projects

Conflict is one of the recurrent themes in the work of Ola-Dele Kuku. The architect-artist sees that as one of the driving mechanisms in our world, and as a tool to set change in motion. ‘Conflict has played a crucial role since the dawn of creation, just think of the stories of the Big Bang and the paradise of Adam and Eve’. Throughout his practice, Ola-Dele Kuku has consistently re-shaped representation in a timely challenge. Working with both drawing, installation and sculpture, he has revisited the mainstays of architectural representational methods – plan, elevation, section – to inject unsettling slippages into their rigorous formalism. This new body of work fully embraces an analytic socio-philosophical visceral slant, confronted complex issues such as resource depletion and their manipulation, migration, micro and macro global changes, an alternative vision of west Africa, growing impoverishment and the diminished capacity of a country in a multiplication use of manipulation strategies .

Associate Curator: Mr. Koku konu (architect – critic) Lagos, Nigeria.

Project Manager: Mr. Fabrizio Orsini
Co-founder – AAC Platform, Italy.

Exhibition Promotion and Communication: Mrs. Kavita Chellaram
Director – Arthouse Contemporary Limited, Lagos, Nigeria
Collaborators – Sponsors:
Federal Ministry of Information and Culture, Abuja, Nigeria.
Embassy of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Rome, Italy.
Arthouse Contemporary Ltd, Lagos, Nigeria.
KU Leuven – St Lucas Architecture, (Int Masters Programme) Gent, Belgium.
LMS Gallery, Brussels, Belgium.
Philippe Laeremans Tribal Art Gallery Brussels, Belgium
Orsogna Winery

Caption image:
Ola-Dele Kuku,
‘Agenda Setting’ (neon series) Africa is not a country!
2016 courtesy ola-dele kuku projects.



Special Thanks To Alessandro Sicuro

Journalist / Editor  by Sure Com America

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Footwear designers may or may not have been thinking of Destiny’s Child singing “Bootylicious” when creating their fall lineups. But they certainly had booties on the brain. The collections were awash with ankle-high or lower calf-hitting creations, and their incarnations were many. Balmain did a regal, black and gold military style that featured a nine-strap closure over a gilded inset. Roger Vivier’s purple suede version sported cheerful pink, green and blue laces.Francesco Russo showed more detail than normal with a sexy open-toe and open-braided black number that had a hint of dominatrix.



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From Left: Circus by Sam Edelman’s bag. Manolo Blahnik × Rihanna’s boot. RumbaTime’s watch. Louise et Cie’s pump. Martin Keehn’s belt. Chanel’s bag.
From Left:
Circus by Sam Edelman’s bag.
Manolo Blahnik × Rihanna’s boot.
RumbaTime’s watch.
Louise et Cie’s pump.
Martin Keehn’s belt.
Chanel’s bag.

For fall, denim is looking new, chic and, as always, cool, on the runways and on the street. And accessories are no exception. Cross category, from Chanel bags to RumbaTime watches, Louise et Cie heels and even boots by Rihanna, it’s the American staple gone global.


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When you create something that elicits emotion: this is the moment in which art comes to life and transports us to another dimension, that of ecstasy. That subtle transfer from the concept to the work accomplished is perceptible not only by its creator, but also from a more informed public, which captures the uniqueness of that creation, drawing a benefit unforgettable emotional.

Each artist then acts according to a personal style, and it is the different way of feeling and shaping the art that distinguishes a work from the other, carrying within him the autograph and unmistakable mark of its maker.

At this point the obligatory question is: fashion is also an art form? Yes, when the artist transforms his work in pure creative essence, through detachment from the consumer system, the conventions, the production series and the strictly commercial needs.

Always it inspired by art and fashion from the past, blending in with the trends of cultural movements: experimentation unabated is the essential characteristic which gives life to the creations that combine ancient forms in materials and innovative models and especially outside the box .

Therein lies the great innovative value of LA COUVERTURE

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The MoMa

The Museum of Modern Art (MOMA) in New York invests in fashion, planning for the end of 2017 an exhibition entitled “Items: is fashion modern?”. Probably, the growing success of the annual exhibitions centers organized by the Met competitors under the supervision of Anna Wintour, “(Anna Wintour is the daughter of a newspaper editor and a philanthropist. She was born in London in 1949 and began working as a journalist to 16 years has become editor of Vogue in 1988, and then also one of the most recognizable symbols of the fashion world) “, have prompted the Moma to give more space to topics closer to the history of costume: 99 clothing taken from the last hundred years crowd the salt institute museum. To anticipate the event, two days of discussion on the subject scheduled the next 15 and 16 May with comparisons among fashion editors and academics.

The last exhibition dedicated to fashion organized by MOMA in 1944, “Are modern clothes?”, Which is inspired partially “Items: is fashion modern?”. We’ll see …!



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The White in Milano in 2016


The White Fashion Trade  Milano,  in 2016 has given me many new ideas for my look.
One of the most brilliant, La Couverture a new Italian brand, made in Italy and handmade. The designer from a classic blanket had a brilliant idea, create the cape.

La Couverture a new concept of style, a new philosophy to wear. An Italian brand, product and handmade. The designer, a classic blanket had a brilliant idea, create the cutting cape with many variations and color, to give shape to the so Couverture.

La Couverture will be the new must-have accessory for fall – winter 2016-2017.

The designer said: “We translate materials of first quality and style details in essential parts without size, style rules and dress codes, entirely made in Italy, each piece is a limited edition for exclusive craftsmanship and the slow process of the frames where our wool textiles are produced.

The Couverture creates each piece with the principle of simplicity and quality that brings each piece to be a modern classic suitable for any mood.

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The experience of the designer, as head of the big brands design, women’s line, Marithè + Francois Girbaud, Roberto Cavalli and Ermanno Scervino, where the complication of the construction and structure of the garments is notoriously very high, allowed the subsidiary to record his project.


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I have an obsession: shoes. But I must confess: I have pretty little feet and often I buy, only sneakers, in the kids’ department! My size? EU 35/35.5/36, it all depends upon how the shoes fit!
However, spring is coming and with the good weather, on Sundays I like to go for a long walk . Must be honest: heels hurt so badly. The solution? I opt for sneakers and flats!
These are some of my fave pairs for the next seasons, all under €150,00!
As you can see my favorite brands of sneakers are Nike and Adidas. At the moment I’m really into Huarache and Cortez (Nike-girl of the season?/next purchases?) but I can’t abandon my beloved Superstar and Stan Smith!




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fb_10152017515856337_110378796336_l_smallThe story takes us back to the late 1920s when Frenchwoman Luisa Jaquin married Florentine Lido Panconesi and opened a boutique selling straw hats in Paris. Lido Panconesi, who loved to bet on horses, at one point lost all his money at the Arc de Triomphe and they escaped to Brazil. In Brazil, they made a small fortune and not long after they moved back to Europe, relocating to Florence, Italy where Luisa opened a small hat boutique on via Roma.

At the time, women changed their hats three times a day: in the morning, for tea and in the evening. Lido Panconesi slowly expanded the store, adding clothes and building his own factory to produce them. In 1968, he sold the factory which had become too much of a commitment.

While still in school, Andrea Panconesi, Luisa’s grandson, started dressing the windows and flew to Paris on his firstpanconesi buying trip. Through one of his connections, Andrea had found out that a Japanese designer who was showing there at the moment had very innovative and avant-garde designs and he wanted to have a closer look at him. The designer turned out to be Kenzo and Luisa Via Roma was the first store in Europe to present the Japanese designer’s Fall/Winter 1968/69 collection.

Since Andrea Panconesi’s first revolutionary choice, Luisaviaroma has grown as a constantly innovative hunter for emergent fashion talents. Many of the major fashion houses of today were just beginning to assert themselves when they were introduced to LUISAVIAROMA’s  selection.

kenzotakadapacorabanneclaudebrouetmariebmnqehq3lwflThe concept of LUISAVIAROMA has been established gradually throughout the years, and as early as the 1980s, it had become a true reference point for devotees of luxury and fashion, flourishing as one of the most famous boutiques in the world. Panconesi and his buyers are still in the front row at fashion shows in Paris, New York, London and Milan, where they choose the most avant-garde and chic pieces of major international designers to take back to the company headquarters in Florence.

the 1980s
Westuff becomes the first alternative news publication to write about art, fashion and music. Andrea Panconesi acts as publisher and the editorial staff includes Stefano Tonchi for fashion, Maria Luisa Frisa for art and Bruno Casini for music. Kyle Bradfield also shares his creative genius with LUISAVIAROMA. Kyle’s profound understanding of beauty and unique abilities give Luisa Via Roma’s windows the elegance of a true visionary.

LUISAVIAROMA branches into e-commerce on, created as a reaction to the desire to satisfy theschermata-2016-03-03-alle-02-05-24-1 expectations of the most demanding customers who, despite being abroad, demand the same service and quality that the physical location in Via Roma is famous for.

With the addition of the creative marketing of Felice Limosani, the store begins to arrange events in order to enhance communication with companies such as Nokia, FIAT, Puma, Adidas, Missoni, Lacoste, Levi’s, TIM and Coca-Cola, 1901937_10152053702913264_1101540796_napplying new experiential marketing techniques. LUISAVIAROMA’s starting point has always been the true belief that clients are not satisfied with mere products, but are looking for unconventional experiences as well.

LUISAVIAROMA undergoes rennovations, launching in a new extended 360° vision of the concept of shopping that combined eco-conscious principles, an interactive website, exceptional service and an emotionally engaging commitment to the satisfaction of each client. A timeless storefront is crafted in exclusively local materials that are eco-friendly and energy saving.

The perimetres for restructuring the three store boutique, LUISAVIAROMA, include the principles of economic sustainability and the conservation of energy resources.
The combination of materials, LED lighting and local enterprises create a multimedia area where new trends in international fashion intersected with the issue of environmental protection. On the top floor and terrace, this intersection with fashion and nature invites you to enjoy the restaurant that welcomes clients looking to taste a variety of Italian treats.schermata-2016-03-03-alle-02-24-48

LUISAVIAROMA celebrates 10 years of online activity with a grand three-day party, FIRENZE4EVER… It’s Magic!, inviting the 40 most influential fashion bloggers from all over the world to create their own multibrand looks and do photoshoots, complete with professional photographers, makeup artist and hair stylists provided by LUISAVIAROMA.
Today, FIRENZE4EVER takes place each season, prior to all fashion weeks, transforming Florence into one giant fashion hotspot and attracting international recognition of the participating brands and partners, as well as the blogger guests.

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Leonardo DiCaprio gave an Oscars climate-change speech that’ll give you chills

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A big hug to the great Leonardo di Caprio, also like me of Italian origin, with honor and pride, I rejoice in this success

When Leonardo Di Caprio accepted his Oscar for Best Actor Sunday night for “The Revenant,” he took the opportunity to highlight an inconvenient truth.

“Making ‘The Revenant’ was about man’s relationship to the natural world,” he said in his acceptance speech. “Climate change is real, it is happening right now. It is the most urgent threat facing our entire species, and we need to work collectively together and stop procrastinating.”

As DiCaprio pointed out, 2015 was the hottest year in recorded history. The average global temperature over land and sea was 1.62 degrees Fahrenheit (0.90 Celsius) above the 20th century average — 0.29 F (0.16 C) hotter than the previous record set in 2014.

“Our production needed to move to the southern tip of this planet just to be able to find snow,” DiCaprio said.

As The Washington Post reported, the actor’s speech comes on the heals of a recent studywhich suggests climate change may be worse than we thought. The report found that humanity must keep our emissions of carbon dioxide to less than 1,000 billion tons if we’re to have a good chance of keep global warming below the widely accepted limit of 2 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels.

This is not the first time DiCaprio has taken a stand on climate change. In December, he addressed mayors from around the world during the Paris climate talks, calling for countries to divest from fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and gas, The New York Times reported.

“Now to get there, we must act. We must finally leave behind the inefficient technologies of another century and the business models that they have created,” he said, according to the Times.

In January, DiCaprio received an award at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, for his foundation, which focuses on climate change and protecting the world’s wildlife and ecosystems.

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Gucci handbags have always been among the most loved by those who want to invest in high-fashion accessories that have a long tradition of craftsmanship. Since at the helm of the Florentine brand has got the new creative director Alessandro Michele were added many models to classics such as branded GG pattern or the iconic shoulder bag Jackie.  

Italian version: Le borse Gucci sono da sempre tra le più amate da chi vuole investire su accessori di alta moda che vantano una lunga tradizione artigianale. Da quando al timone del marchio fiorentino è arrivato il nuovo direttore creativo Alessandro Michele si sono aggiunti moltissimi modelli ai grandi classici come i pattern logato GG o l’iconica borsa a spalla Jackie.








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If you found Barneys or the Polo Bar suspiciously empty last night, that’s because every single fashion person in New York was at Lincoln Center for the world premiere of Zoolander 2. Derek and Hansel, Anna Wintour, Marc Jacobs, a handful of Jenners… we could go on. Even Neil deGrasse Tyson made an appearance.

Of course, with NYFW in the air, this major fashion moment was anything but your typical movie premiere. Besides a red carpet, there was a full-blown runway show featuring the likes of Gigi Hadid, Irina Shayk, and Stella Maxwell. Penélope Cruz, Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson, and Will Ferrell all appeared in character, and Justin Theroux reprised his role as the evil, dreadlocked DJ (he danced down the catwalk with Skrillex. #Casual).

Needless to say, there were plenty of memorable looks to be seen. Click through for our favorites!

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It’s not called New York Fashion WEAK for nothin’. As much as we love the next seven days of nonstop shows, presentations, and parties, it’s important to prepare. Late nights, early mornings, lots of running, all while looking our best? It’s harder than it sounds – although it definitely doesn’t have to be. Click through for our (easy) go-to ways to get ready for NYFW. Trust, your skin, body, and immune system will thank you.

While a high intensity workout before a grueling week may seem counterintuitive, hear us out. Refine Method is a fashion world favorite, a boutique studio specializing in interval training that works out your entire body in just 50 minutes. Its founder, Brynn Putnam, is a Harvard-educated former ballerina, so you already know this is a smart workout that will result in lean muscles, not bulk. The small classes allow you to work closely with your instructor and it feels practically like a private session – no wonder Vogue editors and It-DJs love it so much. We can attest that after you try it, you’ll be feeling the burn for days afterwards, a.k.a. a pep in your step worthy of Fashion Week.

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Kristen Stewart has landed her first Chanel beauty campaign. The actress will be the face of the Collection Eyes 2016 make-up collection.

The campaign was photographed by Mario Testino and will break in March. According to WWD, the actress posed for a series of portraits that “incarnate the different facets of a contemporary woman”.

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Some people just want small tattoos of symbols because they simply don’t want to commit to large tattoos and they wanna keep them personal…so here are some rad ones that we can suggest. 😉 Choose what resonates with your personality among these cute & small symbol tattoos that are small in size but BIG in meaning! Scroll along to learn more about their names and what they signify. Enjoy! 😉

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43°11°new brand in Florence Italy

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A lover of Italian creativity, always among the companies to discover new ideas and products. I got to visit the Creative Lab of a Tuscan company Marka Ltd, to see a collection of accessories and jewelry unique. Bracelets and chains for pants, for now, from the forms very attractive. Semiprecious stones such as amethyst, tiger eye, silver bracelets, leather, python, set in magnificent frames vaguely urban style Hipster.

It often happens that companies write to me to have a technical opinion on their creations. The most interesting ideas that I have been subjected lately, is a brand new unique style. How did the idea, the story is simple. Four entrepreneurs and friends, during a dinner they decide to give birth to a new line of products, fashion accessories. Given that the four friends have a experience in the field of industrial creativity for many years, although in different sectors. This environment is for them so challenging, complicated and fascinating at the same time, allowing him to obtain several successes to the point of deciding to embark on this new creative challenge with the creation of the brand 43 ° 11 °.

I admit that this idea intrigued me until very beginning, their enthusiasm  infected and my talent scouting staff, “always there like a sentinel,” he was immediately made to understand that I was in the right place. Then moving from words to deeds, come to see the creations of the collection 43 ° 11 °, led by manager Andrea Balleri, to see if behind this team full of energy and passion for innovation, there really is an idea that worth telling.

Joined the company and opened the caskets of the collection, I noticed three elements that strike me immediately in the products. The first is the lightness of the product, a fact that I always find it very valuable when you have to wear something. Despite the quality of the components, for example, the closure of bracelets and chains and reliable light ensures excellent resistance to the arm, as for pendants, and chains with semiprecious stones.

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To be hosted in Florence from January 12-15 next edition, the esteemed design trade show has announced the Guest Designers and featured Design Project for its forthcoming 89th installment. Korean designer Juun.J is slated to be the Menswear Guest Designer, whose creative research into menswear has earned him international renown.

The Womenswear Guest Designer will be Marco De Vincenzo, who has behind him fifteen years of collaboration with Italian fashion house Fendi where he still designs the accessories collections. The Design Project this time around will be adidas Originals by White Mountaineering.

In the exclusive Pitti Uomo event, “the codes of adidas Originals will be reinterpreted in a menswear collection by Yosuke Aizawa, the force behind the Japanese brand White Mountaineering.” Always a highlight of the fashion calendar, Pitti Uomo 89 definitely promises to be yet another spectacular event.

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Before Pinterest, there was Tumblr. And while many people use Tumblr as a blogging platform, I use{d} it as an inspiration board of sorts… and to upload images that were too risque or just didn’t make sense to post here at the time.

Though now it mainly collects dust with my Instagram shots – – because of Pinterest. But I scrolled through it last night and found so many gorgeous inspirational photos just lost in the oblivion of the internet that I needed to separate out a few of my favorites from the beginning in 2009.

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With the exception of my signature orange-red nail polish (Chanel’s “Holiday” is forever my one-and-only), crimson isn’t a color that’s ever made a big appearance in my closet. Until now. Call it cliché but December always brings out my sudden desire for all things red. Proof: as of last Friday, my closet now has three new scarlet additions: these shoes (party flats and so comfortable), this cozy sweater, and these earrings. And I have a feeling there may be more to come (hopefully in the form of this top). Scroll to the bottom to check out all my favorites in the merriest of hues. ‘Tis the season, right?

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The Kering groups against violence on women in the White Ribbon campaign

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Kering Foundation launches the White Ribbon Campaign 2017 online to raise awareness of the new generations of violence against women. With the white ribbon Christopher Kane, Joseph Altuzarra, Stella McCartney, Salma Hayek, Alessandro Michele and Dennis Chan.

The campaign, which started yesterday (20 November) and ends on 25 – when it will resort to the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women – wants to capture the attention of the Z generation to provoke a profound and sustainable cultural change on the theme globally.

The #ICouldHaveBeen campaign and the dedicated site want to reflect on the fact that women of all ages are exposed to a high risk of violence, simply to be born of a female gender.

The public is invited to imagine her life as “her”: the woman on three who is in the world a victim of violence, though no one, as the creators point to, can really understand what she is doing without having really suffered a violence.

Among the official ambassadors of the initiative are Christopher Kane, Joseph Altuzarra, Alessandro Michele and Dennis Chan, who have been photographed with the name that their parents could choose in the hypothesis that they were female females.

Fashion designer Stella McCartney and actress Salma Hayek (wife of François-Henri Pinault, owner of the Kering group), who are part of the board of the foundation, appear in the campaign with the generic “her” (pictured).

About Z-Generation, as reported by the Kering Foundation, every two seconds in the world a girl under the age of 18 is forced to marry.

A teenager over three, between 13 and 15, is bullied regularly. 15 million girls between the ages of 15 and 19 claim to have experienced non-consensual sexual relations in their lives. Over the past 12 months, 9 million girls have been subjected to sexual assault.

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