Yesterday afternoon, Roberto Cavalli‘s show ended Milan’s Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015. Most editors headed to Paris for the shows of Valentino and Raf Simons, that will be held today. Here are the latest photos of the most interesting girls that attended the last two days of shows in Milan. Photos Imaxtree.com/Vicenzo Grillo
The evening of 1st April, at the legendary Victoria & Albert Museum, for the first time ever, Nicholas Coleridge, president of Condé Nast International, the editor of the British Vogue Alexandra Shulman, Vogue Italia editor Franca Sozzani and V&A director Martin Roth arranged a dinner in italian style and a preview of the exhibition “The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1995-2014”, which will open on the 5th of April. The exhibition will display 120 items, kits and accessories of the greatest […]
Categories: fashion, people • Tags: Alexandra Shulman, art, bulgari, exhibition, Franca Sozzani, italian fashion, Martin Roth, Nicholas Coleridge, party, photography, tom ford, Victoria and Albert Museum
10th of October the Dubai mall witnessed History in the making. The history of unique events and moments that open up new paths and build bridges. The one put in place yesterday was indeed a bridge between East and West in the guise of an event titled Vogue Fashion Dubai Experience which, the first of its kind hosted in the Middle East, was the ultimate mix of glamour and high fashion. Set against wonderful fountains and spectacular video screenings inside the Dubai […]
Yesterday the Vogue and Vanity Fair dinner, organized by Jonathan Newhouse, chairman and chief executive of Condé Nast International, took place at Paris restaurant Thoumieux. Every season during Paris Fashion Week, the event brings together key editors of the many international versions of the two magazines. Photos François Goize.
Categories: fashion, people • Tags: anna dello russo, Bianca Brandolini d'Adda, Condé Nast Publications, Diane Von Furstenberg, fashion, Franca Sozzani, paris fashion week, photography, Thoumieux, vanity fair, vogue, Yolanda Sacristan
Only hours after taking over Cannes Film Festival famed Italian designer Roberto Cavalli heads to Life Ball in Vienna where you could find celebs such as Karolina Kurkova, Aishwarya Rai, Nieves Alvarez, Leigh Leizark, Maria Grazia Cucinotta, Eva Riccobono, Matteo Ceccarini, Nicoletta Romanoff, Afef, Nadege, Eleonora Carisi among others clad in his designs.