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Dries Van Noten

Dries Van Noten is leaving in name of a new generation of talents to bring their vision to the brand. He'll stay involve in his brand. I love his innovation texture and colors combinations for women and mens collections and appreciated for his own style clothes and quiet elegance.

He is officially in the fashion history as one of the Antwerp six. 

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Pierpaolo Piccioli has left Valentino

Pierpaolo Picciolo has left Valentino after 25 years. It's unbelievable thought of Valentino without Piccioli and his innovative pretty collections. I've known him and Maria Grazia Chiuri when we used to work both for the brand.

The latest rumour is that Alessandro Michele is in talks for a contract with the brand. Michele is a creative stylist

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Global Recycling Day

The 18th March is the 6th Global Recycling Day. It's an opportunity for all of us to reduce waste through recycle, reuse and preloved clothes.

Buying less, revamp our loved clothes and buy to second hand markets, to vintage shops it's a part of recycling process. Stop to fast fashion and low cost: a measure is coming from France who approved a

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Naomi's exhibition at V&A Museum

A retrospective dedicated to the fashion wardrobe of the top model Naomi Campbell will be start from next June to the V&A Museum.

40 years of garments and accessories coming from designers as Alaia , McQueen, Jean Paul Gaultier, Dolce & Gabbana, Valentino and many others.

An exhibition to be seen for who like me is a fashion passionate.

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PFW: Duran Lantink FW24

I loved the collection immediately for the strenght and humor in his clothes: exaggerated shapes not so easy to make and dress but with a powerful tailoring. Personally don't know how much could be ready- to-wear but as i said captured me since from the first look.

It's a new way to make fashion so let's wait for the next collection.

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PFW: Louis Vuitton FW24

The collection paying homage to the archival collections through a fusion of style and reinterpretations of the Maiosn's iconic motifs.Nicolas Ghesquiere is not afraid to play with texture, color and embellishments as the mini dress with recycling refiniments of old trunk.

Love the glittering maxi dresses, the draped tops and the waist

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PFW: Stella McCartney FW24

Stella McCartney's collection is always a manifesto for our planet, a winter '24 runway show is a tribute to mother earth. Clothes of responsible materials, free from leather, feather, fur and exotic skins.

Womanhood and sensuallity balanced through rebelle romantic outfits: knitwear, embellished vegan trench coats, sculptural shilhouettes in

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PFW: Victoria Beckham FW24

A rivisitation of timeless garments for a contemporary business woman as the designer Victoria Beckham.

Deconstructing clothes, new trousers to make the leg extra long thanks to an elongated wide cut, feminine silhouettes (I love the blue and pink dresses), sweetheart neckline dress, suits,

I loved all collection for the 1st time.



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PFW: Chloè FW24

Chemena Kamali brings the Chloè girl back to the late '70s and to a natural femininity thourgh nods to the archives. A boho chich style through romantic blouses, plenty of balayage, flouncy and western details into the shoes too.

Love at first sight: ruflled dresses, cropped poncho, blouses, patchwork jeans, sheer caftan shaped dresses.and