Italian Clothing – Moncler Paschereenligne http://monclerpaschereenligne.com/ Tue, 05 Jul 2022 06:32:18 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-2.png Italian Clothing – Moncler Paschereenligne http://monclerpaschereenligne.com/ 32 32 Canali takes us this summer to the Italian Riviera https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/canali-takes-us-this-summer-to-the-italian-riviera/ Mon, 04 Jul 2022 19:32:41 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/canali-takes-us-this-summer-to-the-italian-riviera/ Luxury menswear brand Canali has unveiled its Spring/Summer 2023 collection inspired by the Italian Riviera. Taking particular inspiration from Liguria, a crescent-shaped coastal region in northern Italy, the collection is influenced by the sights and feel of the tranquil Italian shores. Inspired by a place “where relaxation and elegance go hand in hand”, the line […]]]>

Luxury menswear brand Canali has unveiled its Spring/Summer 2023 collection inspired by the Italian Riviera.

Taking particular inspiration from Liguria, a crescent-shaped coastal region in northern Italy, the collection is influenced by the sights and feel of the tranquil Italian shores.

Inspired by a place “where relaxation and elegance go hand in hand”, the line embodies a newly accepted phrase in the Canali vernacular; ‘smartorial’, linking formalwear and leisurewear in a casual yet elevated way.

With suits in stretch linen and cotton-silk blends and everyday polo shirts with leather details, the SS23 collection offers outfits suitable for the shores of Liguria and beyond.

The coastal color palette is featured throughout the collection with sailor striped boat neck sweaters and woven crew neck sweaters, reminiscent of sunny ports.

Tangerine and aquamarine combine in suede stitching, while sage and sand hues reminiscent of coastal homes are found in shirts and suits.

This is balanced by terracotta outerwear and off-white trousers, creating an array of separate pieces that can be mixed and matched to create an outfit evoking the pastel coasts and twilights of the square.

This season, outerwear focuses on the shirt and overshirt in suede, linen and denim, creating endless pairing possibilities for summer nights.

The 100% Made in Italy collection also celebrates 150 years of denim in an iconic safari jacket, a silhouette that embodies the history of Canali.

The shoes consist of Canali’s beloved suede loafers and loafers. At the same time, tote bags in canvas, nubuck and soft leather with an intrecciato shoulder strap complete the collection.

For more information on Canlia’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection, visit their website.

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Rita Ora shows off incredible figure in dazzling Versace gown as she hosts Pride party https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/rita-ora-shows-off-incredible-figure-in-dazzling-versace-gown-as-she-hosts-pride-party/ Sat, 02 Jul 2022 23:24:51 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/rita-ora-shows-off-incredible-figure-in-dazzling-versace-gown-as-she-hosts-pride-party/ RITA Ora showed off her incredible figure in a dazzling gold Versace gown as she hosted a Pride party in London on Friday. The 31-year-old singer wore the piece from Italian fashion houses to the Twenty Two Hotel in Mayfair. 2 Rita Ora shows off her amazing figure in a dazzling gold Versace dress at […]]]>

RITA Ora showed off her incredible figure in a dazzling gold Versace gown as she hosted a Pride party in London on Friday.

The 31-year-old singer wore the piece from Italian fashion houses to the Twenty Two Hotel in Mayfair.

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Rita Ora shows off her amazing figure in a dazzling gold Versace dress at an event in LondonCredit: Splash
The Hot Right Now singer wore the Italian fashion houses piece at the Twenty Two Hotel in Mayfair

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The Hot Right Now singer wore the Italian fashion houses piece at the Twenty Two Hotel in MayfairCredit: Getty

She strutted into the star-studded event, which she co-hosted with former TOWIE star Vas J Morgan, in sparkling stilettos.

Rita wore hot pink makeup, nude lipstick and styled her hair in wavy blonde curls.

Last month The Sun revealed that Rita had become engaged to director Taika Waititi – after they made almost ‘simultaneous’ marriage proposals to each other.

Oscar winner Taika, 46, and party girl Rita are now planning a low-key ceremony shortly before a glitzy celebration later this summer.

Emma Bunton and Rita Ora get closer to Robert De Niro at his posh Nobu hotel
Rita Ora's fiancé Taika rips out earpiece and refuses to listen to Schofield

A pal said: ‘It’s not about them doing a big showy thing and singing ahead. It’s just about being in love and deciding that the time has come to formalize their relationship.

“They couldn’t be happier.”

Pop star and actress Rita is currently working on several film projects and is also a coach on The Voice Australia.

Meanwhile, New Zealander Taika is planning a series of films, including a new addition to the Star Wars franchise.

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Who was the woman behind the Schiaparelli label? –WWD https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/who-was-the-woman-behind-the-schiaparelli-label-wwd/ Fri, 01 Jul 2022 05:09:07 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/who-was-the-woman-behind-the-schiaparelli-label-wwd/ PARIS – Schiaparelli, the historic Parisian fashion house enjoying a revival under creative director Daniel Roseberry, wants you to know more about the woman who founded the brand nearly a century ago. The house, now owned by Italian entrepreneur Diego Della Valle, has partnered with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris for an exhibition […]]]>

PARIS – Schiaparelli, the historic Parisian fashion house enjoying a revival under creative director Daniel Roseberry, wants you to know more about the woman who founded the brand nearly a century ago.

The house, now owned by Italian entrepreneur Diego Della Valle, has partnered with the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris for an exhibition entitled “Shocking! The Surrealist World of Elsa Schiaparelli”, the most important retrospective dedicated to the Italian couturier for almost two decades.

To illustrate her creative influence, the show features works by renowned artists who have collaborated with Schiaparelli, including Salvador Dalí, Leonor Fini, Man Ray and Jean Cocteau, as well as outfits by many designers she has influenced, such as Azzedine Alaïa, Yves Saint Laurent, John Galliano and Roseberry himself.

For many visitors, Schiaparelli is best known as the brand that dressed Lady Gaga at the inauguration of US President Joe Biden, Beyoncé on the night she set the record for most Grammys won by a singer and Bella Hadid at the Cannes Film Festival last year. Lady Gaga and Bella Hadid dresses are featured in the exhibit, alongside a gold sequined jacket worn by Beyoncé for a shoot in British Vogue.

“It’s a rare case where a house is very well known for what’s happening today, not for what happened a century ago, at a time when a lot of houses are talking about events from 50 years ago to legitimize today’s fashion,” said Olivier Gabet, director of the Musée des Arts Décoratifs.

He noted that 46% of museum visitors are under 26, so it made sense to reflect the house’s place in pop culture today. The challenge was how to communicate how modern the original designer was for her time.

Born into an aristocratic family, raised in the luxurious confines of Rome’s Palazzo Corsini, and estranged from her husband by the time she arrived in Paris from the United States in 1922, she was an artist, entrepreneur and single mother – a trajectory that Delphine Bellini, managing director of Schiaparelli, thinks will resonate with a wide audience.

“The story of Elsa Schiaparelli is really the story of a woman today, who lived yesterday,” she said. “She was an influential woman with a capital ‘i’.”

François Kollar — Madame Schiaparelli, 1938, Photograph.
© RMN – Copyright management François Kollar, Charenton-le-Pont, Heritage and photography media library © Ministry of Culture – Heritage and photography media library, Dist. RMN-Grand Palais / François Kollar

Founded in 1927, the company was closed in 1954 after incurring large debts. Since its relaunch by Della Valle in 2012, the house has spread the word about the story of its founder, starting with the publication of a book entitled “Schiaparelli and the artists”, published in 2017 on the occasion of the 90th brand anniversary.

“For 60 years the house lay dormant, so there was no one left to restore the legacy and tell this story,” Bellini said. “She has been forgotten and that is very sad because she is extremely inspiring for women today.”

Gabet said the exhibition, which was set to open Wednesday and run until Jan. 22, was part of a collective reassessment of women artists who did not always receive the recognition they deserve during their lifetime. “Elsa Schiaparelli was a fashion designer considered an equal by the greatest artists of her time,” he said.

“But Dalí and Man Ray do not mention her in their memoirs, even though she mentions them in hers. Female designers were invisible, in a way, and she’s not the only one being treated that way. It was the same for Meret Oppenheim and Leonor Fini. For a very long time, the history of art was very masculine,” he notes.

In a sign of change, Oppenheim will be the subject of an exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art in New York next October, while a major Parisian museum is preparing a retrospective on Fini, who created Schiaparelli’s signature bottle. Shocking fragrance.

A pioneer of the artistic collaborations rampant in fashion today, Schiaparelli generously shared credit for her designs, as evidenced by a jacket in the exhibition which featured an embroidered face designed by Cocteau with the “Jean” signature prominently displayed in below.

“As a designer, she had a very different relationship to art from some of her contemporaries, like Jeanne Lanvin and Coco Chanel. They were survivors. They fought to get where they were,” Gabet said. “When you grow up in a Baroque palace, surrounded by Italian Renaissance and Classical Antiquity, intellectually it is reflected in the collections.”

Schiaparelli’s father was an academic specializing in the Islamic world and the Middle Ages, while his uncle was a renowned astronomer. “His contemporaries were calling on artists to design their stores or create graphics, but certainly not to be invited into the fashion design space itself,” Gabet noted.

Marie-Sophie Carron de la Carrière, who curated the exhibition with Gabet, said Schiaparelli’s relationship with artists provided the gateway to her future clientele. She dressed Gala Dalí, who can be seen in a photo wearing her famous hat-shoe, and Nusch Éluard, the wife of the poet Paul Éluard, one of the founders of the surrealist movement.

A portrait of Pablo Picasso, featured in the exhibition, shows Nusch dressed in Schiaparelli, with jewelry by Jean Schlumberger, who began his career at home before becoming known for his designs at Tiffany & Co. Next to it is a jacket designed by Saint Laurent hangs. , inspired by painting.

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George Platt Lynes – Salvador Dalí, 1939.
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The exhibition is full of these references. It shows how Schiaparelli and Dalí originated the newspaper print that would later inspire Galliano’s signature gazette motif. The surrealist painter collaborated with Schiaparelli on her most famous dress, featuring a hand-painted lobster worn by Wallis Simpson.

Even more intriguing is the Teardrop Dress, displayed alongside Dalí’s 1936 painting “Three Surreal Young Women Holding in Their Arms the Skin of an Orchestra.” Printed with a trompe l’oeil pattern, it creates the illusion of bands of flesh, foreshadowing the punk movement decades ago.

Carron de la Carrière said the designer’s recurring use of pink, including her signature Shocking Pink, was steeped in the provocative imagery of surrealist art. “It’s all based on skin color,” she said. “The lobster dress is also female flesh, the female genital organ. It is a celebration of a femininity that is both hidden and seductive.

The exhibition highlights Schiaparelli’s pioneering mix of high and low references, through objects like pipe-shaped perfume bottles or a bottle of champagne. Aside from her latest fragrance, Zut, all of her fragrances had names beginning with the letter “S”.

“We wanted to show what a mastermind she was in visual merchandising, before that notion even existed,” Bellini said. “She was the queen of the concept.”

The large-scale exhibition of Schiaparelli’s work is made possible by the fact that she donated her archives to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Union française des arts du costume before her death. This latest collection, managed by the MAD, consists of 88 garments and accessories, to which are added 6,387 designs, some of which are on display for the first time.

Elsa Schiaparelli — Collection drawing, winter 1938-1939, Museum of Decorative Arts.

Elsa Schiaparelli — Collection drawing, winter 1938-1939, Museum of Decorative Arts.
Courtesy of the Museum of Decorative Arts

Without any sartorial archives, the Schiaparelli house lent Roseberry’s creations alongside elements of the original decor of its place Vendôme salon designed by Jean-Michel Frank and Alberto Giacometti; drawings and collages by Marcel Vertès and Christian Bérard, as well as numerous photographs.

Gabet, who is overseeing his last exhibition at the museum before decamping to the Louvre, said MAD’s fashion exhibitions compete with a plethora of high-quality shows in the French capital and aim to attract a diverse and discerning audience that will beyond fashion. aficionados.

“I sincerely think that when you show drawings by Schiaparelli in the 1920s and 1930s, keeping everything in proportion, it’s the same thing as showing drawings by Michelangelo in a great exhibition of classical art, because that it’s fragile, it’s rare, you can’t lend easily,” he said.

Bellini expects the exhibition to amplify the conversation around Schiaparelli. “I think the halo effect is undeniable,” she said. “We hope it will resonate with a very wide audience around the world. That’s why we didn’t want the exhibition to be all about fashion, but also to focus on artists and art.

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Trussardi will open a café, a restaurant with chef Giancarlo Perbellini – WWD https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/trussardi-will-open-a-cafe-a-restaurant-with-chef-giancarlo-perbellini-wwd/ Wed, 29 Jun 2022 04:07:43 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/trussardi-will-open-a-cafe-a-restaurant-with-chef-giancarlo-perbellini-wwd/ MILAN — The revamp of Palazzo Trussardi alla Scala is starting to take shape as the Milan-based brand announced plans to open an on-site restaurant and café in partnership with Michelin-starred chef Giancarlo Perbellini. Locations are expected to be unveiled in the fall in the building that houses Trussardi’s headquarters and where the new flagship […]]]>

MILAN — The revamp of Palazzo Trussardi alla Scala is starting to take shape as the Milan-based brand announced plans to open an on-site restaurant and café in partnership with Michelin-starred chef Giancarlo Perbellini.

Locations are expected to be unveiled in the fall in the building that houses Trussardi’s headquarters and where the new flagship will also be unveiled.

Sebastian Suhl, managing director of the luxury house, said Perbellini would help revive the Palazzo Trussardi, describing the chef as “one of the best in Italy, who shares the vision of our house; that of modernity, creativity and relaxed elegance. Giancarlo has worked closely with us to manifest our philosophy of inclusivity and sustainability as well as a contemporary approach to food. Culinary experiences will be a key feature of our flagship, a modern Milanese lifestyle hub of fashion, culture and food.

Suhl said the restaurant and cafe’s prime location adjacent to La Scala theater will attract both local and international clientele looking for “modern Italian experiences”.

Giancarlo Perbellini
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The restaurant and cafe will be architecturally designed to flow from the store, for a seamless experience between food and fashion, Suhl said.

Perbellini has accumulated two Michelin stars and has been recognized with national and international awards. President of the Bocuse d’Or from 2010 to 2016, he leads a diverse group of dining establishments across Italy – ranging from gourmet restaurants to accessible and relaxed dining experiences – including his flagship Casa Perbellini in Verona, and his approach of food is centered on seasonality and territory.

The palace is completely redesigned and Giancarlo Perbellini’s Café Trussardi will be located on the ground floor. It will feature a communal table for a casual and modern dining experience. All-day meals, from breakfast to after-dinner cocktails, will be created with fresh, seasonal and local ingredients. It will also feature Perbellini’s first pasticceria, or pastry shop, in Milan.

Giancarlo Perbellini’s Ristorante Trussardi will be a contemporary take on the traditional Italian osteria and will be located on the first floor.

“This partnership is a positive meeting between Trussardi and Perbellini, through which we can present our idea of ​​a contemporary Italian restaurant in an emblematic place that represents history, culture and fashion, and where we are happy to be part of of a new moment for the house — and I thank Trussardi for this opportunity. In designing the places together, we shared the same values ​​and enthusiastically imagined new and very innovative spaces,” said Perbellini.

In February, ahead of Trussardi’s first show by creative directors Serhat Isik and Benjamin A. Huseby, Suhl said the palace after the renovation “will not be like before at all.” The executive, who appointed the design duo behind the GmbH brand in May last year, is bringing together Trussardi’s various businesses under one roof, building a new digital, marketing and management team, since his arrival in October 2020.

However, Suhl insisted at the time that Trussardi – one of the first fashion houses to feature a restaurant in his palace – would continue to make food a key part of the lifestyle appeal of the house. Mark. The restaurant has never been forgotten as an afterthought, earning several accolades, including the first Michelin star under chef Andrea Berton in 2008.

The company celebrates its 111 years of activity in 2022.

Suhl, who over the years has held senior roles at Valentino, Marc Jacobs, Givenchy and Prada, joined Trussardi at a time of change, after independent Italian asset management firm QuattroR, chaired by Andrea Morante and specializing in corporate restructuring, took control of the company in 2019.

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Patralekhaa Lives Out the Most Stylish Italian Summer in a Brightly Colored Floral Cutout Dress https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/patralekhaa-lives-out-the-most-stylish-italian-summer-in-a-brightly-colored-floral-cutout-dress/ Sat, 25 Jun 2022 11:28:52 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/patralekhaa-lives-out-the-most-stylish-italian-summer-in-a-brightly-colored-floral-cutout-dress/ Summer style cannot be compared to any other season because none is as dreamy as it is. It looks like Patralekhaa is making this an unforgettable memory with her travel mode choices. From her Instagram posts, the Bollywood actress appears to be on a summer vacation across Europe. The last destination where she is anchored […]]]>

Summer style cannot be compared to any other season because none is as dreamy as it is. It looks like Patralekhaa is making this an unforgettable memory with her travel mode choices. From her Instagram posts, the Bollywood actress appears to be on a summer vacation across Europe. The last destination where she is anchored is Italy and we are charmed by her photos. In her latest Instagram post, Patralekhaa wears a brightly colored blue and pink floral print dress. It featured a backless detail, a keyhole neckline and cutouts on both sides. With the summer breeze in her hair, Patralekhaa posed in front of the Italian coast. How we would have liked to have had a summer as fashionable as that of Patralekhaa.

(Also Read: Manushi Chillar and Patralekhaa Take the Desi Route in Gorgeous Silk Sarees)

Another snap from her vacation in Europe saw the actress looking lovely in a yellow Burberry sports bra with relaxed fitted blue mom jeans. Her chunky white sneakers pair beautifully with her white-framed sunglasses. Tying it all together, literally, was a green printed bandana she wore in her hair.

Amsterdam received a designer touch when Patralekhaa posed against the canals in a Christian Dior dress. The sweatshirt-style dress was covered in monogram prints and featured a long-sleeved hood. A dazzling smile was all she needed to show off her holiday looks, really.

(Also read: Patralekhaa rocks the summer style in a white cutout dress and Gucci Rs 44K bucket hat)

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Women’s golf apparel company KINONA designs a way to support Ukraine https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/womens-golf-apparel-company-kinona-designs-a-way-to-support-ukraine/ Thu, 23 Jun 2022 12:20:00 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/womens-golf-apparel-company-kinona-designs-a-way-to-support-ukraine/ “At KINONA, we are heartbroken to see what is happening in Ukraine and I believe in helping in any way possible,” said Tami Fujii, Co-founder of KINONA. “People can buy the shirts or make donations on our site to support these organizations that are helping to provide essential humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine.” […]]]>

“At KINONA, we are heartbroken to see what is happening in Ukraine and I believe in helping in any way possible,” said Tami Fujii, Co-founder of KINONA. “People can buy the shirts or make donations on our site to support these organizations that are helping to provide essential humanitarian aid to the people of Ukraine.”

The Tee It Up for Ukraine the t-shirts proudly display the colors of the Ukrainian flag in three designs, Mediterranean Check, mediterranean flower, and Azure blue. Women’s golf shirts feature KINONA’s signature use of Italian fabrics combined with ECONYL® High quality regenerated nylon and lycra, offering both style and comfort. KINONA’s pieces also feature UPF 50+ sun protection, moisture-wicking antimicrobial fabric, and four-way stretch.

“At KINONA, we not only create women’s golf apparel, but we are a brand that wants to create a positive impact for the world we live in,” said Diane Celuch, CEO and co-founder of KINONA. “We want to support Ukraine and help provide aid to the masses of displaced refugees, many of whom are women and children, and hope that together we can make a difference for the brave people who deserve our support.”

T-shirts are now available to order on the KINONA website while supplies last at https://kinonasport.com/catalog/category/ukraine-shirts/tee-it-up-for-ukraine/. For more information about KINONA, please visit www.kinonasport.com.

About Kinona

KINONA is made by golfers, for golfers. Founded in 2017 by friends and business leaders turned entrepreneurs, Diane Celuch and Tami Fujii, KINONA is committed to making golf more accessible and fun for all women by bringing chic, contemporary and functional fashion to the fairway. KINONA’s fun, course-tested styles, made with Italian fabrics, sun protection and signature features like tee holders and back pockets, are changing the paradigm of “proper golf attire” and inspiring women. to play their game, in their own way.

To view KINONA’s latest women’s golf apparel collections, please visit https://kinonasport.com/catalog/category/new-collections/and to view its recently released second annual report Women in Golf Equality Index, keep up with changing perspectives on golf fashion, equality in sport and participation trends, please click here.

Be part of the wave of change in women’s sports with KINONA’s category-redefining apparel. Visit http://www.kinonasport.com for more information.

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Harry Styles turns his talents to fashion design by collaborating with Gucci https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/harry-styles-turns-his-talents-to-fashion-design-by-collaborating-with-gucci/ Tue, 21 Jun 2022 13:24:49 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/harry-styles-turns-his-talents-to-fashion-design-by-collaborating-with-gucci/ He wowed audiences not only with his singing, but also with his incredible outfit choices on his Love On Tour show. And Harry Styles has now put his talents to good use in design, collaborating with iconic Italian fashion house Gucci to create a new “1970s bohemian pop” capsule collection. The 28-year-old musician and actor […]]]>

He wowed audiences not only with his singing, but also with his incredible outfit choices on his Love On Tour show.

And Harry Styles has now put his talents to good use in design, collaborating with iconic Italian fashion house Gucci to create a new “1970s bohemian pop” capsule collection.

The 28-year-old musician and actor has teamed up with luxury brand creative director Alessandro Michele to create a line named HA HA HA – a play on the duo’s initials, which debuted in Milan and will arrive in stores in October.

Man of many talents: Harry Styles has now put his talents to good use in design, collaborating with iconic Italian fashion house Gucci to create a mix of ’70s pop and bohemian’ with the new capsule collection

Alessandro Michele said: “Harry has an incredible sense of fashion.

‘ Noting his ability to combine clothes in a way that is out of the ordinary with regard to the required standards of taste and common sense and the homogenization of appearance…

“I understood that the styling of a look generates differences and powers, just like its reactions to the designs that I created for it and that it has always made its own; these reactions always give me a boost of freedom.

The collection was created between Harry and Alessandro Michele – the design itself was done by Alessandro and Gucci.

Gucci announced the news at a press conference during Men’s Fashion Week in Milan.

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Talented duo: The musician and actor, 28, teamed up with luxury brand creative director Alessandro Michele to create a line named HA HA HA (pictured together in 2019)

The As It Was singer and the Italian fashion designer have worked on a capsule collection that will include a range of costumes that combine both masculinity and elegance.

The 25-piece line will also showcase the playful energy of corporate Harry through pants, shirts, coats and several accessories.

Alessandro said in a statement: “Harry has a very clear and precise point of view, in addition to great instincts and he chooses his clothes with great care.”

“The idea for this capsule is mundane in its simplicity, and it’s an act of love, but it’s valuable, it’s sophisticated, and we’ve paid a lot of attention to fabrics and sartorial details.

Eye-catching: The 25-piece line will also showcase Harry's playful corporate energy, showcased through pants, shirts, coats and multiple accessories.

Eye-catching: The 25-piece line will also showcase Harry’s playful corporate energy, showcased through pants, shirts, coats and multiple accessories.

“It was a light and easy activity with this kind of relationship. But the result is serious.

He continues: “The idea of ​​working together came to me one day while we were talking on the phone: I suggested that he create a ‘dream dressing room’ with him, from these little quirks that come together in visions childish.

“We ended up with a mix of aesthetics ranging from 1970s pop and bohemian to revising the image of the gentleman in a disrupted memory of men’s tailoring.”

The collection will hit stores in October and was unveiled as part of Milan Men’s Fashion Week.

Style icon: the pair have been working on a capsule collection which will include a range of suits that combine both masculinity and elegance (pictured this month)

Style icon: the pair have been working on a capsule collection which will include a range of suits that combine both masculinity and elegance (pictured this month)

The former One Direction idol’s army of devoted fans took to Twitter to share their excitement at the announcement.

One user wrote: “When I tell you I’ve never given away anything about a Gucci garment or accessory and in the same breath I tell you I need the entire this new collection that should tell you everything about the power of Harry Styles.

Another fan said: ‘He is an ACTOR and has two NEW FILMS coming soon. He works with the creative director of GUCCI and they have THEIR OWN clothing line.

“He was in one of the biggest boy bands in the WORLD. ALL OF THIS while spreading LOVE and KINDNESS every time he goes. IT’S HARRY STYLES!!’

'The Power of Harry Styles': Fans rave about the hitmaker as Gucci announces the collaboration at Milan Men's Fashion Week

‘The Power of Harry Styles’: Fans rave about the hitmaker as Gucci announces the collaboration at Milan Men’s Fashion Week

Others joked that the collection was called ‘HA HA HA’ because Harry made fun of how ‘broken’ the fans were.

Harry has clearly been a huge Gucci fan for some time, having met the brand’s creative director several years ago when he was part of One Direction.

He is often seen wearing their pieces on stage during his concerts and appearances.

Last month, Harry released his third solo album Harry’s House to huge chart-topping success.

Her debut single As It Was charted at number one for the past 10 weeks on the official UK charts.

The star recently performed at Wembley Stadium, leaving thousands of fans awestruck and mesmerized by her incredible show.

Exciting: The collection hits stores in October and was unveiled as part of Milan Men's Fashion Week (pictured in March)

Exciting: The collection hits stores in October and was unveiled as part of Milan Men’s Fashion Week (pictured in March)

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Russian sanctions hurt small Italian fashion producers https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/russian-sanctions-hurt-small-italian-fashion-producers/ Sun, 19 Jun 2022 07:03:09 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/russian-sanctions-hurt-small-italian-fashion-producers/ Milan— Beautiful Italian knitwear packed in boxes destined for retailers in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kursk are stacked in a warehouse in Lombardy awaiting shipment. Although not subject to sanctions to punish Russia for invading Ukraine, the clothes are not expected to ship anytime soon. Missing payments from Russian retailers who ordered the clothes are […]]]>

Beautiful Italian knitwear packed in boxes destined for retailers in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kursk are stacked in a warehouse in Lombardy awaiting shipment. Although not subject to sanctions to punish Russia for invading Ukraine, the clothes are not expected to ship anytime soon.

Missing payments from Russian retailers who ordered the clothes are piling up due to banking restrictions, putting pressure on small fashion producers like D. Exterior, a high-end knitwear company with 50 employees in the city north of Brescia.

Nadia Zanola, president of Cose di Maglia and owner of the D.Exterior brand, browses shelves of clothes in a warehouse of unsold clothes, in Brescia, Italy, June 14, 2022.

“It’s very painful. I have 2 million euros worth of goods in the warehouse, and if they can’t pay, I’ll be on my knees,” said D. Exterior owner Nadia Zanola, inspecting the warehouse of the brand she founded. in 1997 from the knitting business created by his parents in 1952.

Italy is the world’s largest producer of luxury goods, making 40% of high-end clothing, footwear and accessories. While Russia generates roughly 3% of Italian luxury’s 97 billion euro ($101 billion) annual revenue, it’s a significant chunk of business for some of the 80,000 small and medium-sized businesses which form the backbone of Italian fashion, according to industry officials. .

“We are talking about cutting 80% to 100% of the income from these companies,” said Fabio Pietrella, president of the fashion artisans’ federation Confartigianato.

Shoe-producing districts in the Marches and Veneto regions, and knitwear manufacturers in Umbria and Emilia-Romagna became particularly dependent on Russia.

“These are districts that connect the supply chain, and if it’s interrupted, not only is the business that closes harmed, but a whole system that helps make this country an economic powerhouse,” Pietrella said.

Workers iron clothes at the Cose di Maglia factory where the D.Exterior brand is produced, in Brescia, Italy, June 14, 2022.

Workers iron clothes at the Cose di Maglia factory where the D.Exterior brand is produced, in Brescia, Italy, June 14, 2022.

The Italian fashion world is best known for luxury houses like Gucci, Versace and Armani, which unveil their menswear collections in Milan this week. And some of the biggest names feature on a list compiled by Yale University professor Jeffrey Sonnenberg of major companies doing business in Russia since the war in Ukraine began.

“There are companies that continued to sell to Nazi Germany after the outbreak of World War II – we don’t celebrate them for that,” Sonnenberg said, calling any company that continues to do so “greedy”. business in Russia today.

He also pointed out that fashion companies do not have the grounds to issue humanitarian appeals to circumvent sanctions, voluntary or otherwise, as has been the case with agricultural companies and pharmaceutical companies.

Among those receiving a failing grade from Sonnenberg is Italy’s Benetton, who in a statement condemned the war but said he would continue business activities in Russia, including long-standing business and logistics partnerships and a network of stores supporting 600 families.

French conglomerate LVMH, meanwhile, temporarily closed 124 stores in Russia, while continuing to pay its 3,500 employees in Russia. Spanish group Inditex, owner of fast-fashion chain Zara, also temporarily closed 502 stores in Russia as well as its online sales, accounting for 8.5% of the group’s pre-tax profit.

Pietrella worries that a kind of Russophobia is setting in and demonizing business owners for trying to maintain ties with a longer-term view.

He branded criticism of some 40 shoemakers from the Marche region on Italy’s Adriatic coast a “witch hunt” for traveling to Russia for a trade fair during the war.

Cose di Maglia factory storekeeper Malik reviews boxes of unsold D.Exterior garments destined for stores in Moscow, in Brescia, Italy, June 14, 2022.

Cose di Maglia factory storekeeper Malik reviews boxes of unsold D.Exterior garments destined for stores in Moscow, in Brescia, Italy, June 14, 2022.

European Union sanctions against Russia tightened after Ukraine invasion, setting a wholesale maximum of 300 euros for each item shipped, removing luxury items from circulation but still targeting the upper middle class or rich Russians.

“Without a doubt, as a fashion federation, we have expressed our extreme concern over the aggression in Ukraine,” Pietrella said. “From an ethical point of view, it’s out of the question. But we have to think about our companies. Ethics is one thing. The market is another. The workers of a company are paid by the market, not by ethics.”

He said the 300 euro limit on sales was a ploy by European politicians that on paper allows trade with Russia despite the bureaucratic and financial hurdles that come with it, while protecting governments from having to provide rescue funds to the industry. He also called the government’s suggestions for finding alternative markets to Russia too easy.

“If there was another market, we would already be there,” Pietrella said.

At D. Exterior, exposure to Russia has gradually increased over the years to now represent 35-40% of turnover which reached 22 million euros before the pandemic, a flow which is also coming under new pressure in due to rising energy and raw material costs.

The company was already delivering its summer collection and taking orders for winter when Russia invaded on February 24. In March, Russian retailers were struggling to make payments.

A worker checks the quality of textiles from the D. Exterior production at the Cose di Maglia factory, in Brescia, Italy, June 14, 2022.

A worker checks the quality of textiles from the D. Exterior production at the Cose di Maglia factory, in Brescia, Italy, June 14, 2022.

Not only is Zanola stuck with some 4,000 spring and summer garments that she has little hope of shipping to Russian customers, she said she is contractually obligated to continue producing winter orders. , risking $100,000 in labor and material costs if these could not be shipped. .

Over the years, his Russian customers have proven to be ideal customers, Zanola said. Not only do they pay on time, but they appreciate the work of D. Exterior’s knit designs.

After working so hard to grow her Russian clientele, she hates giving it up and doesn’t see a quick long-term replacement.

“If Russia was Putin, I wouldn’t go there. But since Russia is not just Putin, hopefully poor Russians will manage to pick themselves up,” she said.

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Olympian Marcell Jacobs takes a fashion break with Dsquared2 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/olympian-marcell-jacobs-takes-a-fashion-break-with-dsquared2/ Fri, 17 Jun 2022 22:24:08 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/olympian-marcell-jacobs-takes-a-fashion-break-with-dsquared2/ MILANO– Caught between the pandemic and war in Europe, Milan’s luxury fashion designers opened four days of menswear previews for next spring and summer on Friday amid a tough economic climate. Parades mostly returned to a live format with tight seating before the pandemic, but a long-awaited return to normal has again been delayed. Russia’s […]]]>

MILANO– Caught between the pandemic and war in Europe, Milan’s luxury fashion designers opened four days of menswear previews for next spring and summer on Friday amid a tough economic climate.

Parades mostly returned to a live format with tight seating before the pandemic, but a long-awaited return to normal has again been delayed.

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has pushed up energy and commodity prices, threatening a growth trajectory that saw revenues top pre-COVID levels in the first half of this year. Despite an uncertain outlook, the industry forecasts sales of 92 billion euros, an increase of 2% compared to pre-pandemic levels posted in 2019 and 10% compared to 2021.

“We are positive but realistic, and a lot will depend on what happens in the world,” said Carlo Capasa, president of the Italian National Chamber of Fashion.

Here are some highlights from Friday’s launch of a slightly shortened fashion week of some 25 shows:

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DSQUARED2 SURFING THE WAVES

“The waves are coming in seven, and we’re at No. 3,” Dean Caten said backstage after he and his twin brother Dan presented their latest collection for their Milan label, Dsquared2. “We have all kinds of waves. We can have happy waves, I hope.

The Canadians showcased an optimistic outlook in their Spring/Summer 2023 collection, which drew inspiration from a Bob Marley mishmash of 1970s hippies and surfers.

The menswear collection left plenty of room for self-expression, from floral sarongs to linen pants, from studded leather jackets to neoprene tops, from loose and lightweight beach briefs to flowing anoraks. Suit jackets have found their way over baggy parachute pants. Patterns and colors clashed playfully, as soothing aqua azzurra was set off by neon salmon, transitioning to pastels.

“It’s very powerful, very peaceful. I think in these times we just have to share the love. There are too many negative things around us. And the 1970s were peace and love,” Dean said.

Looks were layered with beads, topped with knit beanies or wide-brimmed beach hats, while shoes ranged from chunky sandals with slouchy socks to colorful dockers and hiking boots.

In Dsquared2’s beach world, shirts are optional, as Italian Olympic sprinter Marcel Jacobs demonstrated in the front row with his tattoos peeking out from under a leather jacket. Backstage, he takes it off briefly to show off some of his latest tattoos: Mount Fuji and a Japanese temple on his left arm in honor of the Tokyo Games where he won gold.

“Tomorrow I go back to training. Now I take time to have fun,” said Jacobs, who plans to leave next week for the United States, where he is due to compete in the World Championships in Athletics in Eugene. , Oregon, July 15-24.

Texas-born Jacobs said he had always loved fashion growing up in Italy and was well known for wearing necklaces and bracelets on his runs.

“I’ve always paid attention to every detail and special pieces. I try to put my style on everything, even when I’m running,” he said.

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A BILLIONAIRE OFFERS FLASH AND UNAPOLOGETIC FASHION

Philipp Plein has returned to Milan with his Billionaire brand aimed at men who don’t look at price tags, but at quality.

”Billionaire is a strong name, which was not started by me, but we took it over completely,” Plein said at the brand’s spring-summer preview at the Four Seasons Hotel. “We are seeing strong demand in this luxury menswear segment.”

Plein has taken the bold step of buying out its partners, including brand founder and former Formula 1 boss Fabio Briatore, to take full control in a strategic and creative relaunch after the pandemic hit.

The new collection is aimed at colorful dandies, those who would try to make it to Great Gastby’s Long Island mansion or a yacht party in Portofino, on the Ligurian Riviera.

The Billionaire models in the courtyard below were mostly older, salt-and-pepper-haired men, the brand’s target audience, with unashamedly leisure-class looks. They adopt bright colors, including bright green, pink or navy and white striped suits, tempered by ivory and white linen bermuda shorts or three-piece suits.

“We don’t want to focus on young people,” Plein said. “I think we should be proud of our age.”

As guests arrived for the evening presentation, the jazz band drove around wearing the latest Billionaire lemon prints, against green, red and blue backdrops. Multi-colored straw hats complete the looks.

“We don’t usually dress that way,” the guitarist confessed.

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MILAN FASHION CHALLENGED IN OPEN FORMAT

The contrast between the quiet and exclusive nature of Milan Fashion Week and the exuberance of the city’s premier design week has never been more stark than this year.

The Milan Furniture Fair and the Fuori Salone side events that make up Design Week closed days before the opening of Fashion Week, with 400,000 visitors over six days.

Casting a jealous eye over design week, small Italian fashion brands that don’t usually show up during fashion week are now pushing to open it up to the general public, beyond the exclusive crowd of invite-only fashionistas. .

“Let’s not waste this energy. Let’s make it fashionable. I sincerely believe that there could be a kind of Fuori Salone, call it what you want,” said Gigliola Maule, president of the Milan Showroom Chamber of Commerce, which represents showrooms for small and medium-sized businesses. brands.

The proposal won the support of the city’s economic development manager, Alessia Cappello, who called for talks with Milan’s fashion council.

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Russian sanctions hit small Italian fashion producers https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/russian-sanctions-hit-small-italian-fashion-producers/ Thu, 16 Jun 2022 09:14:48 +0000 https://monclerpaschereenligne.com/russian-sanctions-hit-small-italian-fashion-producers/ By COLLEEN BARRY MILAN (AP) — Beautiful Italian knitwear packed in boxes destined for retailers in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kursk are stacked in a warehouse in Lombardy awaiting shipment. Although they are not subject to sanctions aimed at punishing Russia for invade Ukraineclothes probably won’t ship anytime soon. Missing payments from Russian retailers who […]]]>

By COLLEEN BARRY

MILAN (AP) — Beautiful Italian knitwear packed in boxes destined for retailers in Moscow, St. Petersburg and Kursk are stacked in a warehouse in Lombardy awaiting shipment. Although they are not subject to sanctions aimed at punishing Russia for invade Ukraineclothes probably won’t ship anytime soon.

Missing payments from Russian retailers who ordered the clothes are piling up due to banking restrictions, putting pressure on small fashion producers like D. Exterior, a high-end knitwear company with 50 employees in the city north of Brescia.

“It’s very painful. I have 2 million euros worth of goods in the warehouse, and if they can’t pay, I’ll be on my knees,” said D. Exterior owner Nadia Zanola, inspecting the brand’s warehouse that she founded in 1997 from the knitwear business her parents started in 1952.

Italy is the world’s largest producer of luxury goods, making 40% of high-end clothing, footwear and accessories. While Russia generates roughly 3% of Italian luxury’s 97 billion euro ($101 billion) annual revenue, it’s a significant chunk of business for some of the 80,000 small and medium-sized businesses which form the backbone of Italian fashion, according to industry officials. .

“We are talking about eliminating 80% to 100% of the income of these companies,” said Fabio Pietrella, president of the federation of fashion artisans Confartigianato.

Shoe-producing districts in the Marches and Veneto regions, and knitwear manufacturers in Umbria and Emilia-Romagna became particularly dependent on Russia.

“These are districts that connect the supply chain, and if it’s interrupted, not only is the business that closes harmed, but a whole system that helps make this country an economic powerhouse,” Pietrella said.

The Italian fashion world is best known for luxury houses like Gucci, Versace and Armani, which unveil their menswear collections in Milan this week. And some of the biggest names are on a list compiled by Yale University professor Jeffrey Sonnenberg, of large companies doing business in Russia since the start of the war in Ukraine.

“There are companies that continued to sell to Nazi Germany after the outbreak of World War II – we don’t celebrate them for that,” Sonnenberg said, calling any company that continues to do so “greedy”. business in Russia today.

He also pointed out that fashion companies do not have the grounds to issue humanitarian appeals to circumvent sanctions, voluntary or otherwise, as has been the case with agricultural companies and pharmaceutical companies.

Among those receiving a failing grade from Sonnenberg is Italy’s Benetton, who in a statement condemned the war but said he would continue business activities in Russia, including long-standing business and logistics partnerships and a network of stores supporting 600 families.

French conglomerate LVMH, meanwhile, temporarily closed 124 stores in Russia, while continuing to pay its 3,500 employees in Russia. Spanish group Inditex, owner of fast-fashion chain Zara, also temporarily closed 502 stores in Russia as well as its online sales, accounting for 8.5% of the group’s pre-tax profit.

Pietrella worries that a kind of Russophobia is setting in and demonizing business owners for trying to maintain ties with a longer-term view.

He has branded criticism of some 40 shoemakers from the Marche region on Italy’s Adriatic coast a “witch hunt” for traveling to Russia for a trade fair during the war.

European Union sanctions against Russia tightened after Ukraine invasion, setting a wholesale maximum of 300 euros for each item shipped, removing luxury items from circulation but still targeting the upper middle class or rich Russians.

“Without a doubt, as a fashion federation, we have expressed our extreme concern over the aggression in Ukraine,” Pietrella said. “From an ethical point of view, it is beyond discussion. But we have to think about our businesses. Ethics is one thing. The market is another. A company’s workers are paid by the market, not by ethics.

He said the 300 euro limit on sales was a ploy by European politicians that on paper allows trade with Russia despite the bureaucratic and financial hurdles that come with it, while protecting governments from having to provide rescue funds to the industry. He also called the government’s suggestions for finding alternative markets to Russia too easy.

“If there was another market, we would already be there,” Pietrella said.

At D. Exterior, exposure to Russia has gradually increased over the years to now represent 35-40% of turnover which reached 22 million euros before the pandemic, a flow which is also under new pressure from the part of more energy and raw material costs.

The company was already delivering its summer collection and taking orders for winter when Russia invaded on February 24. In March, Russian retailers were struggling to make payments.

Not only is Zanola stuck with some 4,000 spring and summer garments that she has little hope of shipping to Russian customers, she said she is contractually bound to continue producing winter orders. , risking $100,000 in labor and material costs if these could not be shipped. .

Over the years, his Russian customers have proven to be ideal customers, Zanola said. Not only do they pay on time, but they appreciate the work of D. Exterior’s knit designs.

After working so hard to grow her Russian clientele, she hates giving it up and doesn’t see a quick long-term replacement.

“If Russia was Putin, I wouldn’t go there. But since Russia is not just Putin, hopefully the poor Russians will be able to pick themselves up,” she said.

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AP reporter Ciaran Giles contributed from Madrid.

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