Sunday, March 6, 2011

Karlanne's Quick Take on Milan's Fashion Week

Laura Biagiotti door on the catwalk this week’s Milan fashion its fall / winter 2011-2012 , showing up at the end of the stage wearing the colors of the Italian flag and reminding us, in a period of silly controversy on Unity of Italy, we should just think about celebrating, that the Made in Italy is a unique treasure, a heritage linked to a tradition that is synonymous with elegance and professionalism. The designer wears a scarf with the flag, therefore, the head that accompanies many years in the world to remember the origins of which must be proud.

Full Article in UnitedFashionStates

Milan’s Fashion Week
Milan’s fashion week in summary; by New Jersey Fashion Diva by Karlanne
Ladies, as fashion week draws to an end in Milan, with movie stars, rock stars, and models- What’s really in store for the regular guy and gal in shopping for fashion…? Well it’s good news for the average Joe and Josie, with all the styles and diverse fashions hitting the market it’s easy to choose from several different eras.  There are fashions that replicate styles from the sixties, seventies, and even the early forties.  
The sixties will bring Scarf looks to the stores, influencing everything from dresses to shirts and skirts. The Seventies will bring back the big floppy hats, fabulous scarves for the neck and shoulders, and big rimmed glasses.  The Classic Forties, when men were men and women were classically styled and elegantly dressed with classic form fitting clean lines, will influence the local boutique and department store alike.  You will also see an array of colors for Spring and Summer: you will find that “Cream and or Ivory” is new White!  Lace and sheer tops are coming back with a BANG!  This time you will find them with clean lines or frills and almost ‘scarf-like’ in layers.

I will discuss Milan’s impact on Men’s Fashion in the blogs to come.

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