The Milan Fashion Week ended on a note both optimistic and a tad zany, the collections by Dima Leu, Magliano, A-Cold-Wall*, JieDa and Les Hommes swinging between chic minimalism and cheerful creativity.
It says a great deal about the current Covid confusion in fashion weeks when the Paris menswear season for fall 2021, the biggest annual series of menswear collections in the world, began on Tuesday with a teaser.
Brunello Cucinelli, who opened the famed Florentine trade fair Pitti on Tuesday, is fashion's resident philanthropic designer entrepreneur. One of fashion's busiest men discusses his idea for a new social contract.
After an unusual 2020 strongly affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, the French luxury giant is relaunching its competition for young designers with a digital semi-final. Applications are open until 28 February.
The deal will see Lorenzo drive the creative and business strategy for Adidas basketball globally, and will solidify the establishment and formation of the third pillar of the Fear of God house, Fear of God Athletics.
Virgil Abloh unveiled his latest menswear collection for Louis Vuitton, ideas for pre-fall 2021 that played on the concept of conformity even as he subverted traditionalism with unorthodox materials and finishes.
Almost last but very definitely not least, Junya Watanabe unveiled his latest menswear ideas in book form, one of the final collections to be presented in 2020, in the never-ending fashion season due to Covid-19.