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Armani sets his classical style against theatrical excess

MILAN: Giorgio Armani launched his new collection "Atmosphere" in Milan on Saturday, proclaiming his deep-rooted classicism against extravagant theatrical trends. "My fashion is not that of a theatre which lasts as long as a catwalk show, which serves only to create chatter and would be disconnected from what the client finds in my boutiques," the 83-year-old designer told AFP at the Fall/Winter show. "I won't talk to you about severed heads... I have never played that game, and today's show confirms the idea I have…

Creepy or creative? Gucci models carry replicas of heads at Milan Fashion Week

MILAN: Gucci kicked off Milan Fashion Week in typical eccentric style Wednesday as models carried replicas of their own heads on a runway transformed into a creepy operating room. SCROLL DOWN FOR PICTURES AND VIDEO- VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED Suspense had already been building for the show by Gucci's star creative director Alessandro Michele due to the invitations -- orange timers which counted down to the event in glowing red numbers. @gucci is next level #schmoood πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ» A post shared by Marc Goehring…

Italy’s Gucci bans fur, joining others in seeking alternatives

PARIS: Italy’s Gucci will stop using fur in its designs from next year, joining a growing number of fashion houses looking at alternatives after coming under pressure from animal rights activists and changing consumer tastes. Gucci, part of Paris-based luxury group Kering, has paraded models down the catwalk in luxurious fur coats in the past and creative director Alessandro Michele brought in loafers and sling-backs lined with kangaroo-fur two years ago. But the brand said it would now join an alliance of fur-free…