You can’t keep a good man down, in life, in fashion and certainly not in Milan, where Alessandro Dell’Acqua celebrated the tenth anniversary of his brand N°21, with a salutary sophisticatedly sexy show.
Tod’s has linked up with the noted Japanese designer brand Mame Kurogouchi for its latest T Factory collaboration. The project was first launched in September 2018 with a collaboration with Alessandro Dell’Acqua.
Tod’s said that preliminary sales figures showed that group revenue fell 2.6% in 2019 to €916.1 million, pushed down by weaker business in Italy and the rest of Europe. A year earlier, Tod’s revenues fell 3% globally.
N°21's Alessandro Dell'Acqua redefined formal wear with a sensual twist at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday, while, at Marni, Francesco Risso chose imperfection as the watchword for the brand's new aesthetic.
Emanuel Ungaro has partnered with manufacturer GST, part of the Toma Italian Brands group to expand its menswear segment, still led by Philippe Paubert, and also has new licensees for footwear and leather goods.
Nice to spend a Sunday morning in the presence of grown ups. To witness a display of classical couture, where cut and silhouette were the basis of a truly refined collection by veteran American couturier Ralph Rucci.
Alessandro Dell'Acqua dazzled his audience at Milan Fashion Week on Wednesday with his vision of a film noir thriller starring sophisticated ladies whose outfits were all open at the back, as though cut with a knife.