This week Harper’s Bazaar appointed its first black editor in the magazine’s 153-year history, while beauty giant L’Oréal announced the transgender model will consult on its diversity and inclusion advisory board.
The references on the runway kept pointing to Prada, the Milanese master of twisted chic, reports Angelo Flaccavento.
Imagine if the internet went down for six months and vintage magazines from the ’70 and ’80s went up in flames. What would designers like Massimo Giorgetti and Lorenzo Serafini do without their references?
Ermanno Scervino channeled womanly seduction and mannish sharpness for an outstanding collection, while Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini mined the 90s for a show that was low on originality, but high on business savvy.
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini and Ermanno Scervino delivered collections that were full of beautiful clothing but light on meaning.