For the post 90’s generation, living and paying the bills is simply not enough anymore, where an increasing number of millennials are taking on side gigs as creative outlets ending up juggling several careers at the same time.
MFW has always been known as the more traditional and conservative of the international fashion shows, however, lately, it seems as if its quickly starting to revamp its “image” by opening up to an increasing number of Asian designers on the official MFW calendar, especially the one coming up, showcasing Angel Chen to Annakiki, Riconstru…
Miucci Prada couldnt have done it better on her recent 70’s inspired menswear show AW17, stated as “almost generic” according to some media, going towards the trend direction of Slow and Anti-Fashion taking importance in the unimportance. A striking and true movement elaborating on many of things/values we lost over time.
The bi-annual tradeshow, White Milano, has become a key platform for emerging designers from all over the world. But last year and this year specifically we’ve been seeing a wave of Chinese designers coming through , first with China Calling and this year with a fully dedicated pavilion for Chinese designers called WHITEAST.