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    Day 1/2 Diesel This was a record breaking show, nearly 5000 people were invited from which 3000 were general public. “Diesel is democratic luxury”, he said. From the record-breaking inflatable sculpture that dominated the space to Martens’s signature nostalgic denim, this show was all about big impact! Diesel were one of the first houses selling distressed denim back in the ’70s. Diesel now creative, Glenn Martens very rarely left any piece of denim intact, distressing them in a very personal way. Martens’s work at Diesel is resonating with a youth embodied by the idea of democratic luxury. Divided into four categories – denim, utility-wear, pop, and artisanal pieces, the show had all the elements of any high fashion presentation. FENDI This show inspired in the 2000s era was all about colors, street style and accessories. Fendi creative director kimjones went back in time to get the inspo form the ss23 season and I’m not mad about it. I'm absolutely in love with these pieces. Colors like Peppermint, lime, coral, slate invaded the runway in such a natural way, and when you compare this to the FENDI usual quite neutral palette, it is quite surprising MAXMARA All about the neutral and nude tones, MAXMARA, once again showed us that you can use some traditional pieces like trench coats in a different and stylish way. This collection gave us that felling of being pool side with the venue painted in blue colors and the models wearing what it seemed pool side attire. PRADA When compared with some of the other shows, Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons served up something a little more low-key for Prada’s SS 2023 womenswear collection. This time PRADA , presented themselves in a much darker theme in terms of both aura and the collection itself. Here all models wore the same shoes but in different colorways and in terms of garmets, Prada let the finest details do the talking instead of relying on the shock factors of their designs, we appreciate that. MOSCHINO With an amazing runway, Moschino surprised us with inflatable designs, and I gotta say, cheers to that because they were on point. From the hats to the bags Moschino did exactly what we already expected, with another great collection, but I will let the designs do the talking on this one… BOSS Boss presented us with one of the craziest shows ever featuring FUTURE, Naomi, a lot of bikes and the styles that we are used to see from this fashion house, nether less, I loved how the suits and layers embraced the body structure and the tones were also on point.


    20 – 26 September We are back in Milan for another week of pure talent and creativity. This time for its Spring 2023 season. Compared to other seasons this one in particularly will be very special to a number of young designers making their debut under the wing of big brand names like the: British talent Maximilian Davis at Salvatore Ferragamo , Filippo Grazioli at Missoni, Rhuigi Villaseñor at Bally and Marco de Vincenzo at ETRO. Big names like Dolce&Gabbana , are also supporting names like the London name, Matty Bovan. In the other hand we have names like Maison Valentino fighting with brands like Prada, Gucci, Max Mara, Versace, Giorgio and Emporio Armani and Bottega Veneta for the italian Nº1 spot. Gucci is returning to the week (excited for that) and New Bottega is presenting its first collection with the new creative director, Matthieu Blazy. After Diesel highly anticipated February runway, the expectation for this season are very high, as its creative director, Glenn Martens, decided to open this show to the public.


    "Playing dress-up begins at age five and never truly ends." —Kate Spade New York is a place where communities collide and fashion in this city mirrors exactly that, from SOHO to Brooklyn, NY is truly an inspiration when it comes to fashion. From the high-end fashion to the streetstyle NYFW never disappoints, and this season wasn’t an exception, with models like Bella, Emily Ratajkowski and much more appearing on the runway of big brands names like Tommy Hilfiger and much more. Despite being fall, we can see that spring 2023 will be dominated by colors like pink and a lot of shine, making the outfits contrast against this NY moody weather resulting in the perfect scenery. As you know NYC is all about the views, and designers took advantage of that to build some incredible runways, with jaw dropping background views, credits to the COS and Vogue World venues, where a lot of celebrities made an appearance. The Inspo and creativity that you get from this place is so so unique, making it one of my favorites!!! When it comes to my looks, I decided to mix a little bit of streetstyle with some fancier pieces for the night time but everything inspired by the early 2000s and the city itself. We are starting to see a rise in all denim outfits and vintage pieces so I tough there was no place better than NYC to style some of those. This fashion month just kicked off and we are already seeing some very interesting trends, can´t wait for the next weeks to see what SPRING 2023 will be all about. ♡ Mariana

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