Milan Fashion Week completed its final major shows on Sunday with a show devoid of any music by Giorgio Armani in a mark of respect to the fallen in Ukraine, and a DSquared2 catwalk show in a disused railway yard.
Anti-Putin protestors made their first manifestation in fashion with banners against the invasion of Ukraine, outside Versace's latest show. A day that included shows by Tod’s, Luisa Beccaria, Etro and Durazzi.
Designers, models, journalists, businessmen and media outlets have shared their opinions and feelings on the invasion of their country by Russian troops. We collect their testimonies as the war begins.
A busy 24 hours for Max Mara, which staged its signature collection in a splendid runway show; unveiled Weekend Max Mara collection by Patricia Urquiola; and debuted a new Max & Co collection by Efisio Marras.
A magisterial performance at Prada, in the finest collection so far from the duo of Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons. Yet, a darkly bizarre moment where fashion fought to be relevant on a day of infamy in the Ukraine.