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Prada mutates for next winter; Moschino goes retro

Prada mutates for next winter; Moschino goes retro

Two diametrically opposed women walked the Milanese runway on Thursday. On the one hand, there was Moschino's sensuously sophisticated 1940s lady, on the other, the shifting, enshrouding silhouette proposed by Prada. 
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Natty and neon Emporio Armani

Natty and neon Emporio Armani

One felt like one got a ticket on a futuristic airline at Emporio Armani, as the master designer took his audience on a neon-drenched tour in Milan Fashion Week on Thursday afternoon.
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Max Mara fetes its 70th anniversary with élan

Max Mara feted the 70th anniversary of the Italian fashion house with energy and élan on Thursday, in a show video shot inside the Triennale, Milan’s famed art exhibition space.
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Brunello Cucinelli: A rare runway display from headquarters in Solomeo

Brunello Cuccinelli staged a rare runway show, albeit without leaving his headquarters in Solomeo, his philanthropic village in Umbria and featuring a score of stationary models. 
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Black Lives Matter designers make history in Milan

Black Lives Matter designers make history in Milan

Last minute touches on a frilly white dress, a final coat of powder- and it's showtime for the Black Lives Matter-inspired collective making history at Milan Fashion Week.
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Priya Ahluwalia is 2021's Queen Elizabeth II Award winner

Priya Ahluwalia is 2021's Queen Elizabeth II Award winner

Priya Ahluwalia, "a pioneer in responsible sourcing and manufacturing techniques", has received The Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. 
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London Fashion Week climaxes with Simone Rocha and the QEII Award

London Fashion Week ended Tuesday night after scores of virtual shows, presentations and debates, with a collection by Simone Rocha, and Priya Ahluwalia winning the latest Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Fashion.
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London Fashion Week: A French touch in virtual season

There was a notable French touch at London Fashion Week this weekend, with shows from Stephen Jones, Bianca Saunders, Bethany Williams, N Palmer, 16Arlington, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi, Art School and Jamie Wei Huang.
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