Shake the shackles of boring accessories and embrace this season’s boldest statement, the cuff.
Milan is unquestionably the accessories capital of the world. Even designers from other cities send their designs to Italy to be made for the simple fact that Italian craftsmanship is unrivaled. For that reason, we look forward each season to what the runway will reveal.
Giorgio Armani blends the 1940s, Asia, and menswear in an attempt to capture all of Fall/Winter 2013’s top trends in one fell swoop.
Ad campaigns are not only a way to highlight the best features of a brand’s upcoming collection, they’re also a chance to tell a story.
We take you backstage at Milan Fashion Week to sneak a peek at the prep.
For all of the retro inspiration that bleeds onto the runway every season, Armani chose to pull from a more recent decade for Spring/Summer 2013: the 80s.
The three basic aspects of any garment are its cut, its color, and its texture.
Sporty luxe has made its way onto the accessories scene this season. From the athleticwear-dominated runways of NYFW comes a colorful pile-up of bags and shoes, some more literally adherent to the genre than others.