Skirt or pants? Pants or skirt? Yeah … that problem! But now farewell uncertainties and second thoughts because it came last, indeed returned, the skirt pants! After years of disappearance, the most trendy chic hybrid comes knocking to our wardrobes and to recover its well-placed free place must have! Multitasking. Multifunctional. Fine as a maxi skirt but convenient as only loose pants can be.
The fashion trend Cartoons is always in vogue and, to already historical figures such as Snoopy, Minnie, Mickey Mouse, are combined the Powerpuff Girls and the superheroes of Marvel. For a fun and colorful look we focus not only on the tshirt but also of pants, skirts, bags, accessories and shoes! For a pop and ironic style here are our proposals, all rigorously Made in Italy: sweaters and clutch Moschino, hat by Francesco Ballestrazzi, tshirt, skirt and clutch crocodiles by WhiteShirt, shoes by Chiara Ferragni, bags by Steve J. Key, watch O’Clock. It ‘s time to play down, are you ready for a witty and bizarre shopping?
The expression The Dark Side can be attributable to a style? For us, absolutely! The Dark Side style characterizes a person wearing casually seemingly minimal garments that, however, conceal the impact details. It starts from the black passe partout for every occasion and every season. Elegant, sophisticated, discreet, the black never goes out of style and is one of the cornerstones of women’s clothing, intriguing when paired with white, rock style when paired with silver accessories. Style Dark Side, mysterious and intriguing, consists of basic colors, mostly black and white, and is reflected in classic pieces deconstructed in a sophisticated manner.
The store that best represents this unconventional taste is Antonioli, we have selected for you some innovative and refined pieces of contemporary taste by Andrea Incontri, Blume, Emanuele Bicocchi, Giorgio Brato, Ilariusss, Oscar Tiye, Redemption, Serienumerica, Voodoo Jewels and Ugo Cacciatori. If you want to do alternative shopping visit the store online Antonioli !
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You know the tulle skirt wearing Annie Lennox on stage with David Bowie during the concert in tribute to Freddie Mercury? It was 1992, she showed up with a spectacular black tulle and a silver shirt and at the end, on the Under Pressure notes, she bowed with this skirt that seemed to float her like the petals of a flower.
Elegant, scenic, irreverent the tulle skirt even then did its figure … Because fashion is known, does not invent almost nothing but resumes, inspired and often repeats leaders who have made history in the past.
This is the case of tulle, friend of the woman since the 50’s, a time when femininity had maximum expression both in the clothes that the accessories. Inspired by the classic tutu Degas model, the tulle skirt made cyclically peep into the world of fashion, each time with the idea of being a novelty. And here again this year especially strong combinations: with leather jacket as wearing Chiara Ferragni, with denim shirt as proposed by Dsquared, with high heels or gladiator sandals.
Also Pantone colors of 2016 reveal and confirm a blurring of the genre. For the first time two colors selected by Pantone: a soft, Rose Quartz and a pale blue Serenity. Positive color that through a delicate balance representing lightness and serenity, gentleness and calm.
Pantone Colors Rose Quartz and Serenity, as a form of expression, are mixed fluidly to the creativity of stylists and designers who, in a tangle of harmonious shades, including metallic finishes, matt or glossy, give birth to personal interpretations.
Pantone Color Rose Quartz and Serenity is a must-have for 2016, we have chosen to inspire you, the creations of some of the emerging talents of Made in Italy: Alberto Zambelli, Alik, Balossa, Barbara Bonner, Coliac, Deeply Personal, Edith Marcel, Egotique, Escudama, Gedebe, Giannico, Giorgia Fiore, Ouigal, L.G.R., L’F Shoes, Sara Battaglia, Superduperhats, Visone.
Start the countdown to the highly anticipated inauguration, on February 23 in Pascoli street in Milan, the concept store dedicated to emerging talents: 360+ OneQuarter. Just in time for the Milan fashion week 360+ One Quarter put under the spotlight young talent. The project is the brainchild by Michela Bonafoni, born in Rome, with a significant and brilliant experience in communications and marketing. After a long stay in New York she decides to settle in Milan and to put to use the experience gained by launching a communication agency for the promotion of emerging artists, with an imprint international. A work of “scouting” that goes from public relations, fashion press office, reaching up to the potential market study and more commercial aspect of exclusive projects.
Agency’s goal is to schedule a communication and a creative consultancy that aims to every useful strategy to the recognition of a brand and a designer, turning three hundred sixty degrees. Own to assist the encounter between supply and demand led to the idea of the Store 360+ OneQuarter. The intent is to also support commercially all those designers and artists in general who previously could rely on a limited distribution network giving the opportunity to the public to actively support new projects, right through the purchase. Everything is ready, then, for the debut of an ambitious project that will feature the talents that, at the time, are managed by 360+ One Quarter: Andrea Sagrini, Greta Boldini, Marianna Cimini, Numerootto, Rick Lee, L72, Marios, Lau, Luca Sciascia, San Andres Milano, Loren Marin, Valentina L Fontana, Co.Ro. Jewels, 8rf, Voodoo Jewels By Livia Lazzari, Ilariusss.
From Hollywood stars to rock queens of the 80s such as Madonna and Cindy Lauper, the gloves are an consolidated element of fashion. Legend has it that the goddess Venus, running in the woods of Mount Olympus, she fell putting her hands on a bush of thorns and she scratched her hands. The Graces, then, they sewed very thin bandages around her fingers and her palm so that the gauze adhere perfectly. Thus were born the gloves. In the history the gloves, as pure ornament, date back to the ancient Egyptians. While the Romans, harassed by the idea of convenience, they used these accessories mainly to protect your hands.
From the ninth century, however, the glove becomes a wedding gift for women, and throughout the Middle Ages remain a and thus a sign of prestige. The the binomial glove-femininity, then, is an ancient concept but still dominates the catwalks of some of the most famous designers. We show you how the emerging talents Msgm, Marcobologna e L72, interpret the use of gloves. From classic lines to models with eccentric and unusual details, lined, unlined, fur or silk in a huge variety of colors, the important thing is to dare!! A glove completely changes the intentions of our style and gives verve to dresses too classic or embellishing a more casual look, certainly, an added value to our personal style.
by Virginia Fontò
In these days in Milan is being Mipel, an event that is becoming increasingly important on the world of handbags and accessories fashion and that puts the spotlight on the excellence of Made in Italy. In Pavilion 10 of the Fiera Milano Rho over 10,000 square meters of exhibition space to discover the collections fall winter 2016/2017. Two projects that the fair, through Riccardo Braccialini, President Aimpes, and Roberto Briccola, Mipel President, tdedicated to emerging talents: Scenario and The Glamorous.
The Glamorous is an initiative that aims to give visibility to emerging brands and represents a link between young designers and buyers of success.