In this particular and difficult historical moment we need to glimpse light and positivity also in fashion. During the Milan Fashion Week in February, the MSTZ brand, linked to the joy of the 90s, launched a collection with colorful prints, with bright nuances, testifying to the desire for rebirth, regeneration and, therefore, hope.
Vivienne Westwood in the Autumn Winter 2020/21 collection tells us a new story, or rather it tells us more than one; the collection is, in fact, characterized by different stylistic stories.
A work thought and conceived in detail can only lead to a stunning result: Bottega Veneta has done this and much more. In fact, we can think that the brand’s Autumn Winter 2020/21 will go down in history as the moment of the consecration of the creative director Daniel Lee
A triumph of elegance in Burberry’s Autumn Winter 2020/21 collection, which takes its cue from London, where Riccardo Tisci studied as a young designer and where he returned to live after his appointment as creative director of the brand.
Serdar Uzuntas, talented Turkish designer, makes his debut at Milano Moda Uomo presenting the Autumn Winter 2020/21 collection.
“I care a lot about the value of craftsmanship. My mission is to be an example of new habits and to convey to them the importance of craftsmanship and the ancient values they represented involved in the world of fashion”.