I sometimes love my job more than everything else…
Throughout the whole year, among outfits chosen, pictures, participations, etc there comes that time of the year when I wave at Rome and her great beauty with a white handkerchief, strictly in lace, and I move towards true Fashion, with capital F. The runways, Milan, Paris and more
Many of them I watched in person, many others live, and the remainingon line.
Every single oneAnd I can really have a view (a very personal view) about the next Spring-Summer 2016.
The summery woman is going to be unrecognisable: not very naked, not very womanly (with some exceptions) not very colourful, not verywell, ehm yes, not very summery.
Still we love her. Maybe because we are in October, or because today we had such a super hot cocktail on the terrace day, thinking uffAm I ever going to wear my lovely coat???
The themes: black & white, raincoats, miss manga, ethnic, pink.
Id like to tell you what I saw and what I liked
Moncler, after putting away the jackets, now its summer time: mini dresses, riders style, red marks and San Gallo lace.
Costume National is minimal, Calvin Klein bets on satins and long dresses, Givenchy is elegant and in soirée style.
Vivetta, we love her!
Amazing, fun, lively, adorable, STOP.
Antonio Marras, Isola Marras: flowers, partridges, leaves, petals…Marras blooming world is always our Narnia closet, it gets us into a fairy world.
Au Jour le Jour and Moschino they keep experimenting both of them with 70s flavors in the colors and the topics, POP and much more!
Carolina Herrera, lets say, if possible PINK?
Gucci is Italian, the BellItalia tale, with ancient fabrics on dames and Buonasera ladies.
Kenzo, I might have been tricked this yearbeautiful, as usual, but the real beauty was the moving runway Colors and colors, ethnic and batik.
Dolce & Gabbana, flowers, life in a postcard, Italy.
As accessories, foulards as if a car from the 50s could just come across and we should be ready, with foulards and sunglasses, to run away among Amalfis alleys.
Nice, but… not too much.
Manish Arora, we have always loved him. Colorful, energetic and gipsy, each and every one of his runways look like a color rich peacock.
Marni, soooo elegant, male cuts, squared, high-impact matt colors.
Francesco Scognamiglio presents a Cardinale Richelieu style show, himself very classy, but in a totally different way thanks to see-through and rouges.
Gareth Pug shows women in super tight mini dresses, with fringes and latex, clown-hairstyles and stars as makeup.
Rick Owens e Saint Laurent have been the most chattedwhat do you think about this?
Miu miu, Stella Jean e Chanel, gorgeous as usual, perfect outfits, wonderful locations.
Louis Vuitton, manga and women inspired to Japanese comics, pink hair and ANIME.
Its your choice!