Marcelo Burlon presents the new men’s Fall Winter 2020/21 collection. The clash of contrasting elements is integral to the County of Milan DNA. While shapes are practical, inventively utilitarian and meant to perform in the hyper-accelerated urban environment, surfaces are visually engaging: printed, treated, embroidered, patched.
January 2020 just started but it has already reserved us many interesting outfits worn by celebrities who attended the events held during the first month of the new year. If during new year’s eve you followed the Vatican Annual Christmas Concert, you certainly noticed a particular look worn by a young celebrity.
When we think of underwear, we usually refer to classic garments such as bra and panties for her, briefs and T-shirt for him, panties and tank top for children. However, in recent years, the underwear sector has made great progress, bringing the creation and way of wearing this type of clothing to a higher level.
For some women, rain can be a great “enemy” of fashion, but in truth it is not like that at all. Fashion also meets meteorological problems, guaranteeing its fans an elegant but above all dry look thanks to some particular garments and shoes:
Italy has become a trend in the first collection of the new brand Femea Milano, which made Italy the principal subject of it. The fusion of the ideas and the great experience of the manager Luca Cantele and the architect Fabiana Scrudato gave life to a collection of bags completely focused on bringing out the wonder of the Italian land
Prato, Textile Museum – from 21 December 2019 to 22 March 2020. On the occasion of Christmas 2019, the Prato Textile Museum inaugurates an exhibition dedicated to the award-winning cinematographic costume designer Massimo Cantini Parrini. The exhibition presents an absolute preview of his latest extraordinary work: over 30 costumes created for the film “Pinocchio” by Matteo Garrone