20 February 2014
Straight from Milan, BoF brings you the top shows from Wednesday, 19th February: Gucci
19 February 2014
Fausto Puglisi's sophomore season featured eye-catching colourblocking and an intriguing State of Liberty print, but lacked variety, writes Jessica Michault.
Frida Giannini brought Gucci back to its '60s heyday with updated daywear and standout outerwear rendered in luxe materials and a pastel palette, reports Jessica Michault.
18 February 2014
With wit and conviction, Tom Ford delivered a collection influenced by his upbringing in Santa Fe, New Mexico without compromising on his signature high-octane glamour, writes Maria Dimitrova.
Despite the more focused and refined edit of separates and renewed energy at his show, Giles Deacon stuck closely to his subversive, kooky roots with an avian-inspired collection, says Maria Dimitrova.
Painterly influences and notably diverse casting provided the starting point for Christopher Bailey's internationally focused Autumn/Winter 2014 collection for Burberry, reports Nabil Aliffi.
18 February 2014
18 February 2014 • By Associated Press
17 February 2014
Erdem Moralioğlu gave his usual sweet-meets-Gothic woman a more regal air this season, featuring elegantly embellished dresses and touches reminiscent of past royalty, says Nabil Aliffi.
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