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Vogue Italia's New Cover, the Latest Development in an Industry Struggling with Size   In recent years runway shows and advert campaigns have made the days when models looked like Cindy Crawford feel very far away. There will always be athletic top models like Gisele, but the majority of runway girls seem to be getting thinner. Even the Victoria's Secret Angels--often among the curvier models--have recently come under fire for being too thin. Candice Swanepoel who was labelled "scary skinny" after appearing at an event for the lingerie giant looking smaller than she ever had before....
Italy's Fashion Town: Agira...Sicilia?
Saturday, January 29TH, 2011 by connieanna
Clever Viral Video Promotes Italy's New "Fashion Town" in Sicily Normally, when people talk about Italy and fashion they're thinking of cities like Milan, with exclusive boutiques and high end fashion shows, or maybe  Florence, which boasts both designer shops and great outlets outside the city. I'd wager not many would throw out Agira as one of Italy's fashion capitals, but now the small Sicilian town is looking to change all that, starting with a clever video ad that has been making the rounds on the Internet for the past 12 months.     The minute-long video is the brain child of...
January Jones and Donatella Versace in Elle (Photo: Mariano Vivanco) When WWD broke the news that Mad Men's January Jones (Betty Draper to you) was going to be the face of Versace's Spring 2011 ad campaign it seemed a long time coming. Since meeting Donatella Versace at an Elle photoshoot in 2009 the beautiful blonde actress has continuously showed her love for the brand. Not only has Jones showed up at red carpet events in Versace--who can forget that scaled cobalt blue confection, complete with cones, from the 2010 Emmys?--but she has also been spotted in the front row at the Italian...
Italian Fashion
Thursday, August 26TH, 2010 by admin
Italian Fashion: Fantasy and Elegance Fashion in Italy means a lot of things, but as the title suggests, quality, elegance, comfort, and fantasy are its four cornerstones. Probably in that exact order with quality and elegance always coming first. Italian men and women like things to last, and their choices in fashion reflect this. They would only buy clothes that are good quality, remain stylish longer, and are comfortable enough to wear on various occasions. A touch of fantasy or a dash of whimsy is not unwelcome, and have become quite an indispensable part of Italian clothing over the...