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Milan

  1. review
    Men in TightsMiucca Prada and Raf Simons introduce the idea of a onesie.
  2. mfw spring 2021
    Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons Set the Bar HighIn their debut collaboration.
  3. mfw spring 2021
    Watch the Prada Show Livestream!Enjoy!
  4. prada
    Watch the Prada Show LivestreamEnjoy!
  5. concerts
    Stream Andrea Bocelli’s ‘Music for Hope’ Concert From an Empty Duomo di MilanoThe opera singer and his organist performed Sunday in the audience-less cathedral.
  6. gallery
    14 Photos of What Public Life Looks Like During a Coronavirus OutbreakThe emptiness is eerie.
  7. scene stealers
    The Best Street Style From Milan Fashion WeekYou can’t go wrong with red lipstick.
  8. mfw spring 2019
    Milan Fashion Week Is Great, But I Haven’t Seen Any ClothesThese days, it’s all about the experience.
  9. winter weddings 2018
    9 Wedding Trends From Around the World That Are Worth StealingFrom dogs in kilts in Glasgow to Renaissance-style gowns in Milan.
  10. 5 minutes with
    Talking to Fashion’s First Hijab-Wearing (and Braces-Wearing) ModelWhy she’s keeping her braces on.
  11. Watch the Gucci Show LivestreamEnjoy!
  12. Giorgio Armani Celebrated His 40th Fashion Anniversary Last NightWith a blowout couture show and party, of course.  
  13. look of the day
    Salma Hayek Wore a Bright-Blue Beret Around MilanJaunty.
  14. it’s vintage
    This Might Be the Best Vintage Shopping Site EverLa Double J goes inside some of Milan’s most glamorous homes.
  15. that old house
    Tour a Garret Apartment in a Former Milanese FactoryItalian design supernova Paola Navone bought the entire turn-of-the-last-century building when she was simply searching for more office space.
  16. exchange rates
    Italian Dating Is a Lot Like Italian SwearingIt’s all about dicks.
  17. introductions
    Ciao Bella! Welcome to Italy in 30 DaysIntroducing our month-long look at la dolce vita.
  18. look of the day
    Anna Dello Russo Scooped Poop in Dolce & Gabbana Dog-walking in Milan.
  19. lots of leather
    Alessandra Facchinetti Has Finally Found Her Home at Tod’sTalking to the Italian designer about her latest covetable collection.
  20. milan fashion week fall 2014
    SpongeBob and McDonald’s Made Cameos in Jeremy Scott’s Moschino DebutA wearable guide to all things stoners love.
  21. insta-lagerfeld
    The Most Instagrammed Fur Ball in Milan TodayCara Delevingne and her stuffed Karl.
  22. Street Style: Prada Furs and Florals in MilanMore ladies out and about at the menswear shows this week.
  23. party pics
    Party Pics: Lively, Blanchett, and More in MilanThe best kind of wonderland to get lost in.
  24. catwalk fights
    Armani Has More Fighting Words for Miuccia PradaHe’s continuing his crusade for Milan Fashion Week.
  25. Armani Wants Italian Brands to Show Only in MilanKeep it close to home.
  26. style spy
    How to Max Out Credit Cards Shopping in MilanOh to have an Italian wardrobe!
  27. things that are terrible
    People in Milan Are Sad That McDonald’s Is Closing So a New Prada Store Can OpenAcross the street from another Prada store.
  28. Hot Shot: Milan Street-Style FunHey, I just met you, and this is crazy, but here’s my golden cell phone apparatus, so ciao, baby.
  29. milan men’s fashion week 2011
    New From Milan Men’s Fashion Week: D&G, Giorgio Armani, and Alexander McQueenSee the latest menswear pics from Milan.
  30. best of milan
    Milan’s Accessories Bring Back the Swinging SixtiesAnd Lucite. Lots of Lucite.
  31. get snorty
    Fashion’s Relationship With Cocaine Thrives in MilanSome things never change.
  32. Openings
    A First Look at Piccola Cucina, Now Open in SohoPlus, Locanda Verde gets an early review.
  33. malkovich! malkovich! malkovich!
    John Malkovich Returns to Fashion, Prepares to Spook Out MilanThe actor unveils a men’s casual line and hints at more.
  34. best of milan
    March On: The Best of Milan’s ShoesAfter New York’s plethora of black boots, we were excited to see some more variety marching down the Italian runways in Milan.
  35. three’s a trend
    Fall Is the Season of the Leather DaddyFrom Versace to Prada to Neil Barrett to Gianfranco Ferréhides went head-to-toe.
  36. three’s a trend
    Velvet Dandies Take Over Milan’s RunwaysVelvet, and its softer cousin velour, graced the runways of Armani, Burberry, Ferragamo, and more.
  37. runway rundown
    Milan’s Top LooksFrom Prada to Pollini, here are our top looks.
  38. obituaries
    Italian Designer Mila Schon DiesThe designer known for introducing geometric shapes and double-faced fabrics was 92.
  39. body issues
    British Fashion Council Backs Off Skinny-Model FightToday it will announce that it will no longer push to require health certificates for models.
  40. cult of personality
    Video: Tom Ford in His Massive New Milan StoreTom Ford gives Suzy Menkes a private tour of his new 12,000-square-foot menswear store in Milan, where he even sells walking sticks.
  41. loose threads
    Jack Huston Models YSL Menswear; Anna Wintour Scouts MilanAlso Jack Huston models Yves Saint Laurent menswear, Anna Wintour goes location scouting in Milan, and a Wimbledon player’s tennis tutu.
  42. loose threads
    Tom Ford Menswear Is UnstoppableSales of Tom Ford’s men’s line have exceeded projections, Pierre Bergé reveals he didn’t tell Yves Saint Laurent the designer had a brain tumor, and Michael Kors laments past menswear.
  43. run through
    Tom Ford to Return to Womenswear!He says in two or three years he’ll make dresses and things for chicks again. Yessss!
  44. intel
    The Skinny on Milan’s Male ModelsRemember how, during the past few fashion weeks, there’s been such a to-do about the health of female models? In 2006 in Madrid, designers were ordered to select only runway models with a healthy body mass index and officially banned from using any that set an unhealthy example for young women. This was followed by political efforts in other cities, including New York, to institute the same kind of rule. Designers and buyers alike took sides in the debate. Well, it’s been a while since we’ve talked about the issue, but we’re wondering whether it might be coming up again this season. As many fashionistas are winging their way back to New York from the Milan shows today, we’re hearing that there’s buzz about the size of the models. The male models.In this week’s Italian menswear shows, as you can tell from scanning through New York’s extensive photo galleries, there was an emphasis on the super-skinny. “The models did look more like stick insects than usual,” texted one fashion guru while idling on an airport runway waiting to come home. “Even Dolce & Gabbana [who often favor overmuscled hunks] had slightly more slender models!” This is a city that made headlines for plastering itself with cautionary billboards of a naked anorexic woman before last fashion week, too. We’re not saying any of these guys are unhealthy (we’ll wait until the swimwear shows start to really start judging), but they’ve certainly gotten that “colt look” going. Kate Bosworth would kill for those legs! European Menswear Shows [NYM Fashion]
  45. Beef
    Better Get to That Wild Edibles Party Early! Being lifelong fans of labor strife and (especially) guerrilla street theater, we received this press release with some excitement. We are passing it on without comment, except to ask why this doesn’t happen more often. What could dramatize the struggle of labor versus management better than the preannounced crashing of ritzy parties?
  46. intel
    It’s New Year’s Eve. Run for Your Life.Well, folks, we were back for a moment, and now we’re gone again. But never fear, Daily Intel will return with a vengeance on Wednesday (and for good. We have no vacation written into our contracts — we just had to stop last week because our fingers, and souls, were bleeding). Since we know you’ve probably already left work and are going on to whatever horror you’ve got planned for this evening, we’re going to leave you with a bunch of heartfelt wishes for New Year’s Eve. While we would normally recommend getting the hell out of the city on this wretched night, we know you all, like us, are still here, and that you, like us, still allow yourself at your age to be bullied by some latent high-school-era belief that tonight should be the most fun night you have this year, and not only that, but the most fun night of your entire life thus far! We sure hope you won’t be disappointed! Here’s to that! And along with that we’d like to bestow upon you the following well-intentioned toasts… May you… • Know more than eight other people at the giant open-bar party that you paid $200 to get into. • Be so entertained by friends and merriment that you don’t have to watch any New Year’s Eve special on any major network, including MTV because God help you if you do. • Not have to give a midnight kiss to that only semi-cute person you were sandbagging at the beginning of the evening in case no one hotter came around.
  47. countdown
    Culture Apocalypse 2008: Vulture’s Calendar for the Year AheadOur complete guide to the movies, TV shows, and music that will disappoint us all in the coming year.
  48. Neighborhood Watch
    Ride the Kosher Subway in Midwood; Drink at Bed-Stuy’s Rustik
  49. sex diaries
    The Solo Filmmaker Looking for HarmonyOnce a week, Daily Intel takes a peek at what your friends and neighbors are doing behind doors left slightly ajar. Today, the Solo Filmmaker Looking for Harmony: 26, Astoria, female, single. DAY ONE 8:30 a.m.: Woken up by vibration somewhere in my sheets. 8:31 a.m.: It’s my phone. I just started dating again after a two-year hiatus. I don’t answer in fear that it’s one of my dates. 8:40 a.m.: Can’t get back to sleep. Go pee. Sore from masturbating last night. Haven’t had sex in 23 months. 8:45 a.m.: Check e-mail. Received eight matches from eHarmony. Just signed up last night, so I’m super-excited. One guy is holding a little puppy. Begin to figure out how eHarmony works. Send “1st Questions” to the puppy guy.
  50. Beef
    We’ll Take Celebrity Chefs Over Emo Food Memoirs Any DayHartford Courant restaurant critic Elissa Altman has a very long and very powerful essay over at the Huffington Post about the state of food writing, and it repeats something we’ve heard often: Personal, heartfelt memoirs about food should trump the fembots of the Food Network and their ilk. It’s an argument we can well understand, but we disagree.
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