Milé Milano brand was founded in Switzerland in 2018 by Vienna born entrepreneur Mariana Mill. It is a ready-to-wear and accessories, medium-high range luxury brand. Although the company is based in Switzerland Mariana creates her beautiful designs in the fashion capital of Italy, Milan. In Milan, there is also located their prestigious showroom. The Millé Milano brand is combining Italian sartorial tradition with handmade finishing processes for the modern women’s wardrobe. Clothes are wearable in every season and last beyond all fast-changing fashion trends. All collections are made ethically in Milan by the best craftsmen with handmade details. Millé Milano uses only factories complying with all the ethical standards and guarantees strict quality control procedures to ensure the highest standard of quality. For example, their beautiful hat collection is entirely produced in Monza, Italy by local artisans.Read More
MFW FW22/23. Spring was there, fashion atmosphere and beautiful street style all over the city. Typical Italian elegance was mixed with a dose of attitude. We could see celebrities and influencers who finally could come to Italy. To name a few: Kim Kardashian, Simon Porte Jacquemus, Kendall Jenner, Sharon Stone and Rihanna. There was a lot of colour and inspiration everywhere I went. Also, the collections of designers that I saw were full of optimism and beauty. They were so excited that the pandemic is nearly over and they wanted to demonstrate it in their collections. MFW FW 22 has shown us the energy that we missed for the last 2 years.Read More
The Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Spring/Summer 2022 collection portrays a rediscovered light-heartedness that gives the female body full awareness of its own beauty and a desire to show it by wearing
clothes that make women feel free.
The images shot by Steven Meisel and Mark Borthwick for the Philosophy advertising campaigns from
the 90s, then under the creative direction of Alberta Ferretti, show girls with innocent smiles, dreamy
eyes, and tell the tale of a generation that faced the technological revolution with disenchantment.
The mix of micro-prints, the freedom of fringe, the sensual bias cut for lacquer red slip dresses, the
pleated flared bottom trousers, the romantic micro-tops and the bold graphic black dresses create a wardrobe for which the word “freedom” becomes the central theme.
Milan Fashion Week has come to an end, but before moving on to Paris I wanted to share with you some of my favourite street style moments in Milano. I loved this fashion week so much. It was nearly like Covid is not exist, especially comparing it to SS21. Back then, there was nearly no influencers and no physical shows. Milan’s showgoers this time showed up and were dressed like there is no pandemic. There were so many outfits to admire and I loved it. It really felt like I am home. For me Italian fashion is and Milan Street style is some of the most inspiring, so I was happy. I would see that people just enjoyed being dressed again. The style was more expressive than before.Read More
The inspiration for Cristina Ortiz’s SS21 Collection called Mediterranean Pleasures (Lights, Nature, Sensations, Colors of the Mediterranean) is an imaginary trip along the Mediterranean coastline and I had a pleasure to speak with designer herself last September and find more about this dreamy line. SS21 collection was focused on a chic and easy off-duty look, designers featured plenty of everyday staples in high-end fabrics and as usual white, neutrals, light pink and blue, but also some black pieces. Crisitna Ortiz was inspired with ceramics, white houses, earth colors and she designed clothes with and idea to create versatile pieces that could be ideal for work at home, aperitif or holidays and women will feel comfortable in their Eleventy’s fashion staples. As always they feature some architectural shapes, classical lines and some modernism. It’s all about relaxed attitude, enjoyment, focusing on the moment and slowing down.Read More
Milan Streetstyle by Izabela Switon-Kulinska @bella_zofia After the Copenhagen Fashion Week, that I attended in August I was very excited about FW at my favorite European city. Considering the situation it was clear that it won’t be the normal fashion week, especially that Milan was so badly affected during the pandemic, but Camera della Moda…Read More
MFW SS20- Best Street Style Looks. My friends, during Milan Fashion Week I was mostly wearing collections from Style Story a boutique based in Rolle, near Geneva. I love the concept of this boutique. It’s by appointments only, rental of dresses, image consulting, but there are also new collections for sale. Mostly from Italian brands: dresses, handbags and accessories. The very cosy atelier is located on the main street of this small, Swiss town and is owned by Laura. A lovely lady with great fashion taste. She was the one who helped me to choose looks from her collection that you will see in the photos below.Read More
MFW as always has been full of amazing show and excitement. Please read below my insights from favorite fashion shows. Ermanno Scervino at MFW It was the 2nd show of this Italian brand that I saw this year during MFW. In both cases song for finale was the same. “If everybody in the world loved everybody in the world, what a glorious world this could be.” I love this song by now and had this song playing in my head for the rest of a day. As always Ermanno Screvino fashion show was like a theater, where I can admire the best Italian craftsmanship. My favorite pieces from SS 20 collection were feathery-bottomed confection for the evening, strappy dresses in yellow, pink and animal prints, suits and as in FW 19 collection: leather dresses. I read on the ES’s website that this collection is a celebration of feminine beauty and I couldn’t agree more.Read More
Milan Fashion Week Street style looks that I was wearing in Milan. I am sharing with you some of the essentials that were in my wardrobe during Fashion WeekRead More