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Milan Runway Shows

Emporio Armani Men Fall 2010: Reebok Freestyle

MILAN, Jan 17, 2010 / FW/ — “Today, sportswear and active wear have become part of our wardrobe and it is really important that I offer my clients the opportunity to wear clothing of comfort and style,” Giorgio Armani said in a statement when the EA7 Emporio Armani collaboration with …
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C.P. Company Men Fall 2010: The Urban Woodsman

MILAN, Jan 17, 2010 / FW/ — When Wallace Faulds was named Creative Director for C.P. Company, his directions were clear – “move towards the evolution of the brand and not focus on radical changes but strengthen the archetypes.” It’s a tall order to any designer simply because one cannot …
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Jil Sander Men Fall 2010: Moving Forward

MILAN, Jan 17, 2010 / FW/ — With sci-fi movies the crowd and the critics favorites last year, from the critically acclaimed Star Trek reboot to the high adrenaline rush of Transformers and G.I. Joe to the groundbreaking Avatar, it is not surprising to find futurism on the runway. It …
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Burberry Prorsum Men Fall 2010: Handsome

MILAN, Jan 17, 2010 / FW/ — Taking inspiration from military uniforms from the past 150 years, Christopher Bailey inadvertently gave his audience a visual history of our civilization, i.e. we are a world at war, and whether we want to accept it or not, it is one thing that …
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Milano Moda Donna Fall 2010

 Milan Fashion Week Fall 2010 / Winter 2011 Dates: Feb 24 – Mar 3, 2010 New Challenges Ahead DALLAS, Dec 17, 2009 / FW/ — Last October in New York, the Italian Trade Commission and its long time partner Hearst Magazines launched a multi-media platform 2010 Made in Italy campaign …
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Etro Goes Organic For Fall 2008

MILAN, Jan 18, 2008 / FW/ — With the Milan Menswear Fall 2008 season finally done, Etro stood out as the only designer who actually went ‘green’ this season that he literally put ‘earth’ (as in soil) and real hedges on the runway, as if it was a farm. But …