The potential to build a creative or commercial career in the Italian fashion capital is on the rise, with a combination of blockbuster commercial success, novel aesthetics and a diversifying talent pool creating new opportunities.
Arthur Arbesser and Alessandro Dell'Acqua took inspiration from their personal histories and immediate surroundings this season to winning effect.
Alessandro Dell'Acqua’s N.21 and Arthur Arbesser deftly juxtaposed hot and cold.
The Austrian designer built his latest collection around Secessionist Koloman Moser — a match made in heaven — but the execution was clumsy at times.
The Austrian designer's collection was poetic and soft but also a bit abstract and disconnected from the reality of modern-day women.
Arthur Arbesser's true talent shines when he gets a little mad.
This collection was the designer's most reassured so far: conceptual, yet full of interesting pieces.
The collection oozed enthusiasm, due in large part to the vibrant clashes of bright reds and pinks.
An interesting conceptual and sartorial exercise in deconstructing and altering uniform from Arthur Arbesser.
Bucking the maximalist trend that’s everywhere this season is a posse of offbeat purists that includes Milan transplants Damir Doma and Arthur Arbesser.
The designer finally let go of the chilly, hard-edged geometry of his debut and embraced a softer side.
BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.