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SUMMER 2011: WOMEN’S SWIMSUITS
Thursday, July 21TH, 2011 by Anna De Filippo
Summer 2011 has come. Sun, beaches and suntan are what Italians really want in this moment. Even those who are not already on holiday, and are waiting until August, are getting things ready. Women and men each have their particular items of interest; many women are thinking about the swimsuits to wear. Italian fashion is always careful and it wants to be outstanding as usual, no matter the garment or the beach. For summer 2011, we find a wide range of swimsuits to choose from which can satisfy women with the most difficult tastes and expectations. In fact, this year everything is fashionable...
Ruffles, Bows & Khaki: Valentino for Gap
Wednesday, November 24TH, 2010 by connieanna
What do you get when you pair an Italian designer house, famous for elegance and glamour with an American brand known for producing sportswear, casual style and khakis? You get the Valentino for Gap capsule collection, which features assorted pieces festooned with Valentino-style ruffles in very Gap-esque utilitarian colors and fabrics. The Valentino-Gap partnership was dreamed up to celebrate the expansion of Gap into the Italian market. With the Lanvin for H&M fervor having just died down, don't be surprised if you see fashionistas camping out on cold pavement in Milan, London and...
Italian Women's Fashion
Monday, July 26TH, 2010 by admin
Italian Women's Fashion: A Sorelle Fontana Creation Italian women have long led the world of fashion, their obsession with la bella figura second to none. Though Italy has had a strong reputation of luxury goods and garments since the 11th century, modern Italian women's fashion only took off in the 1900s with designers like Sorelle Fontana and then Elsa Schiaparelli. While Sorelle Fontana became the couturier to the stars, Schiaparelli went on to become one of the most influential designers of the 20th century, with the help of her shocking designs created under the influence of her...
Sexy Lingerie From Italy
Wednesday, November 26TH, 2008 by admin
10 Sexy Pieces of Italian Lingerie Lingerie is hot. It's sexy. It makes a woman feel like a woman. Italian lingerie is lingerie for women, and men. It is made of the most sumptuous materials like lace and silk. It feels soft to the touch and soft on the skin. It's also gorgeous and makes a man think sexy thoughts when he sees his lady in it. Italian-made lingerie is a marriage of the senses bringing touch and vision together in a beautiful union. Here are ten of the hottest lingerie sets camisoles, teddies and the like. I've compiled this list for you to peruse...
Zoning Italian Size Conversion Charts
Monday, October 06TH, 2008 by admin
Shopping for Clothes in Italy If you are on an Italian vacation, one of the things you would like to do is go shopping for clothes and shoes. Pretty natural, Italian fashion is one of the most well-known all over the world, after all. You enter an Italian shop, a boutique, or a mall, and start browsing. The clothes are beautifully made, the shoes are a dream, and all of them appear to be worth every Euro you’re going to spend on them. You want to try them on, but when you check the size tags or the taglia, you find incomprehensible sizes staring at you. This is because the world of...
Winter Coats in Italy II
Thursday, August 14TH, 2008 by admin
Cavalli black embroidered fur Big collars are really big this fall, and fur has done the rounds of all the designer runways. Some, like Cavalli have spared no pains in exploiting both: witness the blue stunner with the extra-large fur on the neck, and the fox fur details on the lovely embroidered black crocodile leather piece. Others like the venerable Armani have taken big coat collars to the next level, just check out the collar on this couture black coat. Needless to say you should not be wearing turtle necks with any of these. But walking tall in a coat like this Armani gives new...
Winter Coats in Italy I
Thursday, August 14TH, 2008 by admin
Gucci Military Style Coat There is already that nip in the air, and fall has set in. Before winter dons your world in a coat of white, you might as well hurry up and pick up your own coat for the season. Or, if you are like me, you would choose in plural: coats! Yes, I am a believer in glamorous coats that beat the brutal cold but still manage to make the wearer look hot. Protection from the weather does not necessarily mean saying goodbye to glamour, and in a season that doesn't offer any skin-baring options, well designed coats can do the trick. And should you take my word for it, some of...
Types of Sexy Italian Skirts
Wednesday, August 13TH, 2008 by admin
10 of the Hottest Italian Skirts A skirt is so feminine. It's sexy. It can hug the curves or caress them gently as the fabric cascades over the skin. Italian skirts come three ways. There are gonnellone (long skirt), gonna (mid-length, usually just at or slightly above the knee) and a mini gonna (mini, or short skirt). Many people equate the mini skirt with sex appeal. In this article, I'll show you that a skirt of any length can be both feminine and sexy. 1) From Mantani's Autumn 2005 collection, we have this lovely long skirt with an asymmetrical cut. The fabric is...
Sexy Bikinis
Wednesday, August 13TH, 2008 by admin
10 Sexy Italian Bikini Swimsuits Who doesn't love the beach? Sand, sun and beautiful water. The beaches of the Mediterranean are stunning. Italy is full of beach babes and what do those beach babes wear? Swimsuits, especially the barely-there bikinis. It's enough to make your head spin, right? Personally, I'm a swimsuit watcher. I love to see what the designers do with the flimsy fabric. It gets sexier all the time. In this article, we'll explore 10 of the sexiest and hottest Italian-made suits to ever hit the beach. 1) This bikini (left) comes to us...
Women's T-shirts
Wednesday, August 13TH, 2008 by admin
10 Terrific Italian-Made T-Shirts for Ladies I love my t-shirts. They're young. Hip. Trendy. They can also be worn under a business suit to add some funk to an otherwise drab look. Of course, we know they can be worn with jeans. Whether casual, flirty, sexy or just plain old comfortable, t-shirts are a must-have in anyone's wardrobe. C'mon. Admit it. We all have them. In this article, I'm going to focus on ten t-shirts from Italy's best and brightest fashion houses that show that t-shirts don't have to be grungy. They are often quite fashionable. And, as I firmly...

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