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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Milan Fashion Week - Day 3

- Vivienne Westwood MAN: From London to Milan, Dame Vivienne never disappoint anyone. She sang the praises of the Prince of Wales in her show notes, which she had "adopted" him as the "patron" of this new collection, as you can see on the oversize tees.

- Neil Barrett: After working for Gucci and Prada, Neil Barrett started his own label in 1999. This new collection is about go back to move forward: back to another one about hybrid, a mix of stockbrokers and skinheads, or punks and Amish. This time the hybrid was a tuxedo army from Fall 2006. Knitwear, with classic pieces, knitted rather than woven to create structured garments of a surprising softness was the protagonist. 

- Prada: The one and only Miuccia presented last evening both Fall menswear and Pre-Fall womenswear collections. Featuring a printed manifesto saying "Gender is a context and context is often gendered", this new FW 2015 is characterized by a main color, black, so shameless if well fitted. Amazing! 

Day 3 of Milan Fashion Week has just begun. Like we did for London Collections Men, we want you to know all the cool people and designers you definitely should not miss during these days. Once again, notepads in hands and welcome to Milan.
(on the cover, Neil Barrett backstage by Paolo Musa)
- Gucci: Founded in Florence in 1921, Gucci represents world class luxury, Italian heritage and modern style. This is going to be the last menswear collection by creative director Frida Giannini, so you definitely have to check it out.
- Fendi: Daring creativity and artisanal excellence since 1925, Fendi is one of the brand Made in Italy is so proud of.
- County of Milan: Second fashion show ever for Marcelo Burlon and his County of Milan. After the first one last June during Pitti Uomo, we really can't wait to see what is going to happen tonight.
Gryphon O'Shea is one of the most talented young men ever seen. He's from Pasadena, California and you've probably saw him in Milan walking for Vivienne Westwood Man, Bottega Veneta and Constume National (just to name a few).
Francesca Burns is a stylist/fashion editor of British Vogue. If you want to have a look at some backstage and also know about all the trends of the moment, you definitely have to follow her.
Our friend Louis Pisano is a real cool kid! Social observer, contributor for Vogue IT, Fiasco Homme, NSS Magazine, he also have a blog called SUPERFICIALLIVING.

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