• Antonio Berardi: Ready-to-Wear SS19

    26 days ago - By 10 magazine

    You don't always need Spice Girls to bring out the best of female power. Sometimes, it's enough to have Antonio Berardi. For his SS19 collection, our fave Italian decided to skip on the show and do something way more meaningful. 11 women. 11 stories. 11 personal connections. Berardi is the kind of guy that treasures emotions in his work, and these 11 beautiful women are the ones he cherishes the most. That's why he's letting them tell his story for the season to come.
    Vogue's Sarah Mower, Jimmy Choo's Sandra Choi, Daily Telegraph's Lisa Armstrong, Alison Loehnis of Net-a-porter, Vogue...
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  • Gucci SS19 Was Rich With Kitsch

    Gucci SS19 Was Rich With Kitsch

    26 days ago - By Hypebeast

    Gucci 's Ready-to-Wear Spring/Summer 2019 collection was, like Resort 2019 , another collection of opulent, '70s-inspired wearables. The house's taste for over-the-top presentations remained intact, as the runway took over Paris' famed Le Palace, a Grace Jones-approved club-cum-theater.
    Following the premiere of an oddball arthouse film, projected on the theater walls, models began to snake through the narrow aisles. Flowing double-breasted suits gave way to ruffled yellow dresses and opulent floral cardigans, later overshadowed by monogram-printed underwear. Even the less-lavish designs...
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  • Giorgio Armani: Ready-To-Wear SS19

    Giorgio Armani: Ready-To-Wear SS19

    26 days ago - By 10 magazine

    No one does classy like Giorgio Armani. After a stellar spectacle featuring Robbie Williams in a sequinned skirt at Emporio Armani, the master of Italian glamour is back again, but now with the grown-up sister between the two brands. At Giorgio Armani SS19, with the collection titled “La Forma De Colore” , a clear vision came through. The tuxedos, the gowns, the perfectly put-together daywear... It was all the lush Armani silhouettes we know and love, but now dipped into buckets of the most off-beat hues, making you double-take as each of the models walked out.
    Instead of looking at...
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  • Dolce and Gabbana: Ready-To-Wear SS19

    Dolce and Gabbana: Ready-To-Wear SS19

    26 days ago - By 10 magazine

    When it comes to casting, Dolce and Gabbana ain't fooling around. Monica Bellucci, Carla Bruni, Isabella Rossellini, Ashley Graham, Karen Elson... Oh, the list goes on and on and on. Since their first collection in 1985, the Italian design duo had already established their aesthetic very clearly. High-glamour, Italian la bomba that's not shy of wearing a pair of 7-inch heels and a crown to fetch a latte. That is if she was ever fetching her own lattes. She's our girl, this Dolce woman.
    So, when you have such a clear vision of fashion, what is there to do? If the Dolce & Gabbana SS19 show...
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  • Agnona: Ready-to-Wear SS19

    Agnona: Ready-to-Wear SS19

    26 days ago - By 10 magazine

    50 Shades of Camel... That's the unofficial title we here at Ten Towers gave the latest Agnona collection. For SS19, the brand's artistic director Simon Holloway looked at all the ways chic women dress on the daily. It's the expression of sartorial perfection that peaked his interest. And why not? We all know those women that look impeccable no matter what they wear. Whether it's their classic suiting, workwear-inspired cazh looks or even your everyday sports bra - all of these classic wardrobe codes have now been reimagined through a very luxurious filter. A filter called Agnona.
    The...
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