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  • Art & Culture
    Maria Klein(May 23, 2019)
    Prada has finally decided to go fur-free. Although they have been reluctant in the past, the fashion house has now committed themselves to creating ethical products, viewing the change in style not as a setback but as an opportunity for new stimulating fashion designs.
  • 2015 was the year of the iconic ‘80s designer logo comeback, We saw American designers like Calvin Klein or DKNY back in fashion in a major way. There’s nothing better than Italian powerhouses like Moschino and Valentino to take center stage. Since Valentino Garavani retired in 2008, the brand has lived a glowing second life, maintaining their classic, remarkable signature style, like Rosso Valentino. The irreverent and controversial brand is remixing new trends with classic Moschino must haves like denim luxury and its leather accessories...
  • The Marchesi Pastry shop has now officially found its new Prada style home, after moving from via Santa Maria alla Porta to via Monte Napoleone 9. Though it may be in a new location, the two hundred year old pastry shop veteran still offers the very same sweets that got them to where they are today.
  • 8.5 million people have already bought their tickets for the Expo Milano 2015 collaboration with big name Italian fashion designers, the theme of which is “Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life”. Giorgio Armani is scheduled to open the Expo as special ambassador on April 30th with his Privé Haute Couture line fashion show.