After New York and London comes Milan! The Italian Fashion Week follows suit with a mix of digital and physical shows. As for Gucci, the star of the catwalk, has already announced their desire for off-calendar fashion. Alessandro Michele, artistic director of Gucci, unveiled last Spring his wish to abandon seasonality and refocus on two annual fashion shows. In this period of change, we’ve got the chance to be part of a new chapter in history. One of a changing fashion, both in terms of its collections, communication and rhythm. A revival that brings a new force of creativity and passion to all designers. Lunga vita alla moda!
Many Italian designers have created Mini-Me versions of their adult collections. It is with happiness that we find out favorite branded pieces by Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Diesel, Dsquared2, Marni and Moncler. Dolce & Gabbana, much like Gucci, brings us a Back to School themed collection with Preppy, College style pieces in tartan prints and school badge embellishments. Gucci’s Mini-Me pieces take inspiration from a universe mixed between Baroque style and the 70s. From Dsquared2 and Diesel, kids will find the iconic Streetwear style which these two Italian brands are renowned for.