FN's fashion editor reports from the footwear front lines in London, Milan and Paris.
– 32 minutes ago
Stefania Bandiera, the latest designer to try her hand at Les Copains, got into the swing of things with an array of flaring jackets, tops and sweaters.
– 4:30 PM, EDT
At Agnona, Stefano Pilati referenced the gold patinas, mythical lotus blossoms and bandaging of ancient Egypt.
– 4:27 PM, EDT
The lineup featured tidy, tailored shapes in a fresh, pleasing palette.
– 4:18 PM, EDT
Decision to remain in U.K. means fewer headaches for firms
– 4:17 PM, EDT
American explorers Martin and Osa Johnson informed the Woolrich John Rich & Bros.’ sporty spring lineup for women.
– 4:11 PM, EDT
The line’s design team continued to expand its luxury sportswear offerings.
– 4:10 PM, EDT
Nature was the focus at Malo, where the design team created fresh, graphic leaf patterns for spring.
– 4:09 PM, EDT
As the designer summed it up, “This is an urban, elegant collection with a sportswear inspiration.”
– 3:49 PM, EDT
Fierce, bad girls took center stage at Marcelo Burlon’s spring presentation.
– 3:47 PM, EDT
For spring, Peuterey embraced an ethnic theme, which translated into young and fresh outerwear pieces inspired by traditional Nepalese patterns.
– 3:44 PM, EDT
Breezy, bright and optimistic. For spring, Angela Missoni worked the trifecta with vibrant clothes that pulsed with positivity.
– 3:34 PM, EDT