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MILAN F/W: Salvatore Ferragamo S/S 2015

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Fashion museums Worldwide

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The "Marilyn" exhibit features dozens of the Hollywood legend's Ferragamo-designed shoes, apparel from her wardrobe and photographs depicting her day-to-day life.

Here’s a glimpse of the sartorial style you’ll find at 10 of the world’s top fashion museums. Click through examples of the Fashion Museum Galleries that follow from all over the Globe.

Museo Salvatore Ferragamo
Florence, Italy

Housed just downstairs from the company’s flagship boutique on Florence’s ultra-chic Via dei Tornabuoni, the Museo Salvatore Ferragamo pays tribute to this legendary Italian fashion company’s products — and the global celebrities who helped make them famous. Naples-born Salvatore Ferragamo became “shoemaker to the stars” in the 1920s after opening a shop in Hollywood. With rotating exhibitions like “Marilyn” and an impressively displayed permanent collection of Ferragamo’s iconic footwear, this museum is a must-see for the casual and footwear-obsessed fashion follower.

Museo de la Moda
Santiago, Chile

Founded in 1999 by Jorge Yarur Bascuñán, a descendant of wealthy Chilean-Palestinian textile merchants, the privately funded Museo de la Continue reading


Fashion Week Milan Fall 2012 trend

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Milan Fashion Week has drawn to a close and we’ve taken a look at the key trends to emerge for next season from the Italian catwalks. Fur, as already seen on the Autumn/Winter 2012 runway in both New York and London, also returned to Milan as the winter outerwear favorite.

AW12 trend: Fur. Missoni, Gucci and Etro.

Soft fur jackets contrasted Etro’s boho styles and Missoni’s signature colorful knitted stripes while two-tone fur complimented Marni’s block color collection. Full fur coats were seen at Gucci and Fendi, the former adopting a classic look while the latter opted for bright dyed fur.

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Angelina 'Rawked' the Globe's

Sexy Jolie’s dress choice

She chose to wear a sexy dress from Versace. Jolie appears wearing a dress made of satin one-shoulder model by Versace. Champagne-colored dress shows a red detail at the top. The dress is also showed her sexy legs.  Details of the red dress with matching clutch bag plus ‘Scarlett’ Red lipstick. Angelina, a mother of six children also looked  dazzling with jewels and earrings from Lorraine Schwartz. Earrings which adorned both ears with a ring on her right hand finger. For hair. Jolie chose menyanggul all her hair which she wore up.The Movie star of  ‘The Tourist‘ was strolling down the red carpet accompanied by her life partner Brad Pitt. The 48 year old actor was wearing a tuxedo from Salvatore Ferragamo. For this Golden Globe Awards 2012, Jolie was nominated through her film ‘In the Land of Blood’. The 36-year film actress was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film, while Pitt, was nominated for Best Actor Drama category. She also was nominated for the movie ‘Moneyball’ which in addition to starring, she also became a producer. The hot couple, JoliePitt will be one reader nominations at the Golden Globe Awards 2012. “This is a golden night for us,” she said when interviewed (Pitt) by Ryan Seacrest for E! News on red carpet. – – ©ourtesy of sostyles.com & Getty Images


Angelina ‘Rawked’ the Globe’s

Sexy Jolie’s dress choice

She chose to wear a sexy dress from Versace. Jolie appears wearing a dress made of satin one-shoulder model by Versace. Champagne-colored dress shows a red detail at the top. The dress is also showed her sexy legs.  Details of the red dress with matching clutch bag plus ‘Scarlett’ Red lipstick. Angelina, a mother of six children also looked  dazzling with jewels and earrings from Lorraine Schwartz. Earrings which adorned both ears with a ring on her right hand finger. For hair. Jolie chose menyanggul all her hair which she wore up.The Movie star of  ‘The Tourist‘ was strolling down the red carpet accompanied by her life partner Brad Pitt. The 48 year old actor was wearing a tuxedo from Salvatore Ferragamo. For this Golden Globe Awards 2012, Jolie was nominated through her film ‘In the Land of Blood’. The 36-year film actress was nominated for Best Foreign Language Film, while Pitt, was nominated for Best Actor Drama category. She also was nominated for the movie ‘Moneyball’ which in addition to starring, she also became a producer. The hot couple, JoliePitt will be one reader nominations at the Golden Globe Awards 2012. “This is a golden night for us,” she said when interviewed (Pitt) by Ryan Seacrest for E! News on red carpet. – – ©ourtesy of sostyles.com & Getty Images


Milan MENSWEAR June 2011 Collections

Edited by Antonella Ciancio, Reuters  MILAN – Fashion designers at the Milan menswear week opted for untied shirts, raffia hats and crocodile espadrilles for next summer to lighten up the wardrobes of men who dress to impress. Milan’s holiday-themed collections brought a whiff of fresh air into the fashion industry, which is undergoing an intense round of consolidation and bourse listings. Luxury groups Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo are aiming to raise as much as $2.67 billion in their initial public share offerings, or IPOs, this month. “It’s fantastic to see all these projects that are warming up the market. Investors’ interest shows that the fashion industry is growing,” Gianluca Brozzetti, Chief Executive of Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli, told Reuters. Trendsetter designer Miuccia Prada, back from a fashion show in Hong Kong for IPO investors, delivered in Milan a carefree collection inspired by golf courses, with ironic shirts in cartoon and floral prints playing with tailored suits. The fashion industry, a key contributor to Italy’s economy, is expected to generate 65 billion euros ($93 billion US) this year, according to Italy’s Chamber of Fashion, up 7% from 2010. At Ferragamo, designer Massimiliano Giornetti brought guests to the French Riviera for his laidback collection, with models in raffia panama hats and close-fitting suits in creamy colours. A scent of the Riviera also reached Ermenegildo Zegna, featuring crinkled silk jackets in muted bleached colours. ...See more Photos and Read more -- CLICK HEREEdited by Antonella Ciancio, Reuters

MILAN – Fashion designers at the Milan menswear week opted for untied shirts, raffia hats and crocodile espadrilles for next summer to lighten up the wardrobes of men who dress to impress. Milan’s holiday-themed collections brought a whiff of fresh air into the fashion industry, which is undergoing an intense round of consolidation and bourse listings. Luxury groups Prada and Salvatore Ferragamo are aiming to raise as much as $2.67 billion in their initial public share offerings, or IPOs, this month. “It’s fantastic to see all these projects that are warming up the market. Investors’ interest shows that the fashion industry is growing,” Gianluca Brozzetti, Chief Executive of Italian fashion house Roberto Cavalli, told Reuters. Trendsetter designer Miuccia Prada, back from a fashion show in Hong Kong for IPO investors, delivered in Milan a carefree collection inspired by golf courses, with ironic shirts in cartoon and floral prints playing with tailored suits. The fashion industry, a key contributor to Italy’s economy, is expected to generate 65 billion euros ($93 billion US) this year, according to Italy’s Chamber of Fashion, up 7% from 2010. At Ferragamo, designer Massimiliano Giornetti brought guests to the French Riviera for his laidback collection, with models in raffia panama hats and close-fitting suits in creamy colours. A scent of the Riviera also reached Ermenegildo Zegna, featuring crinkled silk jackets in muted bleached colours. …See more Photos and Read more — CLICK HERE

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