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D&G Holds Physical Catwalk After Etro An Italian Retail Brand In A Covid-19 World

Dolce and Gabbana (D&G), the luxury Italian fashion house, Wednesday became one of the first to hold a ‘physical fashion week’ in today’s turbulent Coronavirus times.Etro, an older Italian retail brand, beat D&G by a day to be the first-ever fashion brand to hold a physical fashion show, at the ongoing Milan Fashion Week. An…

Artificial Intelligence In Fashion Market In Europe Is Expected To Reach US$ 933.9 Million By 2027

Among other applications, machine learning algorithms can accurately predict inventory demand, reducing waste, and unsold inventory costs. In short, AI for fashion is changing the way fashion companies design and manufacture their products and the way they are marketed and shipped to customers. According to the report, The artificial intelligence in the fashion market in…

Austrian Fashion presents clothing and accessories from 15 local designers at Virtual Design Festival

A faux leather top made from pig’s blood and shoes made from repurposed lederhosen are among 15 contemporary Austrian accessories and fashion designs being shown at Virtual Design Festival by the Austrianfashion.net initiative. The platform promotes work from designers who are born or based in the country, and who produce their products both sustainably and locally. “We believe small scale…

Gucci Says It Will Have Only Two Fashion Shows a Year

Gucci is one of the first major fashion labels to agree to fewer annual shows. The proposal to shake up the traditional fashion calendar, which has always consisted of numerous official seasons and in-between seasons, was made by the Council of Fashion Designers of America and the British Fashion Council. It recommended that designers embrace a slower pace and…

5 BLACK FASHION DESIGNERS ON WHAT THE SHIFT IN THE INDUSTRY MEANS TO THEM

Throughout the past several weeks, brands flooded social platforms with solidarity statements and pledges against racism and inequality. From immediate donations to organizations dedicated to supporting and amplifying black voices, to lengthy lists of call-to-action items that outlined how companies will move forward in the fight against racial inequality, companies are seemingly taking a step back…

ITALIAN – AMERICAN FOOTBALL REFEREE MODELS IN BIKINI & TOPLESS

Italian-American model and football referee Claudia Romani got in the mood for this weekend’s Super Bowl with a stunning photo shoot. Born as Claudia Romani on April 14, 1982 in L’Aquila, Italy, she is an Italian model. She has appeared on covers of renowned magazines such as GQ and Maxim. In the year 2006, she…

Racy Lingerie sales surge during Covid-19

When lockdown began a few months ago, as some women adopted sweatpants and worn-in tees as a virtual uniform, others were buying apparel that’s considerably more alluring: lacy push-up bras, slinky thongs and other undergarments that are more characteristically reserved for PPE-free, socially undistanced activities. On La Perla’s website, for example, sales of the Ambra…

Since Coronavirus swept across western Europe in February and March and threw that season’s fashion shows into disarray, the industry has been wondering what the future of runways might look like. While the safety of large in-person gatherings was still being questioned, some events were canceled or moved online, raising the question of whether fashion shows might…

CARLO CAPASA ELECTED PRESIDENT OF THE CAMERA DELLA MODA

The Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana has re-elected Carlo Capasa as its president for a two-year term. The decision marks the third time that Capasa has been elected to manage the Camera, the governing body of the Italian runway seasons.  Capasa was elected unanimously at the annual assembly of the Camera on Thursday, as was…

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