Milan Fashion Week: My Favorite Collections

Ah, Milano. My second favorite European city, after Paris. To me, Milan is like a second home, because my family and I travel there quite often. Whenever I am people watching in the Galleria, what I love most about the Milanese people is how effortlessly elegant they always seem to be. This uniquely Italian quality was ever present in the Spring/Summer 2015 collections presented last week, whether it was ethereal dresses or sleek suits, there was something rather Italian and effortless about the looks presented.


Also, it is quite apparent that many of the designers and thus people of Milano are feeling a 70’s vibe. Whether it was the city vibe of 70’s Manhattan or the hippie vibe of San Francisco during the summer of love, one thing is certain, many of the collections at Milan Fashion Week were feeling nostalgic for that bygone era of peace, love, and disco. Check out all my favorite collections from Milan Fashion Week below!

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Kering Subsidiaries Suffer Setback In Chinese Counterfeit Case

Kering subsidiaries, Tiffany & Co., Gucci, Bottega Veneta, and Yves Saint Laurent, have been attempting to freeze the assets of supposed counterfeiters in Chinese banks. And, while two lower courts agreed with the fashion houses, last week, the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals in New York remanded these decisions back to the lower court to determine whether U.S. judicial system has the authority to freeze accounts in overseas banks.


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This litigation began when the Kering companies sued several Chinese companies, alleging the sale of counterfeit products. The fashion houses claim that the counterfeiters’ assets in accounts with the Bank of China, China Merchants Bank Co. Ltd. and the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Ltd. contain profits derived from selling counterfeit products, and thus the accounts should be frozen.

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MFW Day 4: My Favorite Looks