It’s been a minute since this page has so much breathed a whisper about an editorial. The demands of the runway shows in seasons past have tended to request even the brightest editorials to quietly sit in the waiting room along with Reader’s Digest, Highlights, and the other dust-collecting magazines until finally the last show of Paris has concluded.
Erjona Ala is London Fashion Week’s top model, having walked 12 shows including five openers and a closer. Don’t take our word for it, however, see what The Cut had to say along with a slide show of the week. [The Cut]
While chaperoning Ford’s models in Milan, our agents hang out backstage at the shows where they find time to snap pictures with whatever electronic gadgets they have on hand. Here, a few snippets of behind-the-scenes life, straight from Italy.
Bridging New York and Milan Fashion Weeks, London furthered trends that sprouted across the Atlantic, while acclimating style watchers—notably our on-the-street lensman Craig Arend—to the European perspective. See you in Italy!
In seasons past, I have sniped that London was the first victim of New York Fashion Week. The British fashion capital commands a shallow beachhead on the fashion calendar between two giants New York and Milan.
Milano Moda Donna has arrived and with it a live stream of Gucci‘s Spring 2012 collection replete with nearly all gold everything. Ford’s Alana Zimmer, Karmen Pedaru, and Sigrid Agren featured. Did you catch that? Sigrid’s back! [Fashion Etc]
The biggest evening story on the Fall runways had nothing to do with hemlines. Instead, designers turned their attention to the tuxedo, offering everything from updated Bianca Jagger-style suits to bib shirts and cummerbund accents. Click through to add some le smoking to your look.