First, Milan-based designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua is back with a new womenswear and footwear line – N°21. The first collection will be unveiled during Milano Moda Donna (Milan Fashion Week) Fall 2010 season.
The brand will be produced by the renowned Italian clothing factory Vaprio Stile and the Venice shoe factory.
The apparel will be distributed at the Studiozeta showroom, while the footwear will be distributed at the Bonini showroom. Smith-Petersen has been named its external press office.
In Paris, Franck Sorbier just named Devi Sok as his Press Officer. Well-known among the fashion insiders in Paris, Devi used to be with the Chambre Syndicale and then with Charles Jourdan, after which she did freelance work. Like a duck takes to water, Devi already has the handle for the upcoming haute couture show.
Meanwhile, on our side of the pond, Bluefly had announced that its return to “Project Runway”. With the renewed partnership between Bluefly and “Project Runway”, fashionistas can watch their favorite show and the next morning Shop the Winning Look at http://ProjectRunway.Bluefly.com
And for the first time in “Project Runway” history, one lucky viewer can “Win an Accessory” straight off the Bluefly.com Accessory Wall. Visitors to Bluefly can also watch exclusive footage shot with Bluefly’s “Accessory Wall Cam.”
This experience will go live exclusively on http://ProjectRunway.Bluefly.com a dedicated website updated every Friday at 6:31 AM.