Emporio reinvents classics, Dolce&Gabbana court millennials

MILAN (AP) — If turmoil brings innovation and renovation, Italian menswear is in for a creative burst.

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MILAN (AP) — If turmoil brings innovation and renovation, Italian menswear is in for a creative burst.

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Bottega Veneta to combine men’s and womenswear shows

Luxury design house Bottega Veneta has announced that going forward it will combine its menswear and womenswear ready-to-wear shows reports British Vogue. The change is set to take place in February at the brand's Milan Fashion Week autumn/winter 2017 womenswear show. The news comes after many other design houses have decided to shake up their schedules, with DSquared2 and Burberry also now opting for co-ed collections combining both menswear and womenswear.

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Alberta Ferretti to show pre-fall collection in Milan in January

A day before Men's Fashion Week, Alberta Ferretti is set to show her pre-fall and Limited Edition collections in Milan. The show will be held on January 13, reports WWD, at Ferretti's showroom on Via Donizetti 48 in a historical palazzo.

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Marilyn Monroe’s ‘Happy Birthday Mr. President’ Gown Sold for $4.8 Million

The figure-hugging gown Marilyn Monroe wore to serenade President John F.Kennedy for his 45th birthday smashed its guide price to sell for $4.8 million at auction on Thursday. The flesh-colored dress, adorned with 2,500 hand-stitched crystals, had been expected to fetch between $2-3 million, Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills said. The dress was so tight on Monroe that the legendary actress wore nothing underneath and had to be sewn into it at the last minute before stepping on stage at Madison Square Garden in 1962 to sing to JFK in her trademark sultry voice, according to the auction house.

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Five key trends from Milan Fashion Week

After New York and London, Milan revealed its trends for the spring/summer 2017 season with a week of shows splashed with color, and where artisanal skills and craftsmanship took center stage. While fashion houses like Giorgio Armani and Francesco Scognamiglio went for light, fluid looks, others chose opulence and exuberance for SS17, including Dolce & Gabbana's vibrant homage to Italian culture. Seen all over the runways in New York and London, frills were also a trend at Milan Fashion Week, bringing a light, buoyant feel to collections and highlighting the sensuality of the female form.

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AmfAR’s fashionable Milan gala raises record amount for AIDS

The black tie dinner, which was hosted by the jewelry house Harry Winston in conjunction with Milan Fashion Week, honored the entrepreneur Lapo Elkann and attracted some of the fashion industry's most powerful figures. Actress Heather Graham, burlesque icon Dita Von Teese and Victoria's Secret angels Adriana Lima, Karolina Kurkova and Sara Sampaio were just a few of the stars who attended the event.

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Dolce & Gabbana gets Milan dancing to tropical beat

It was coconuts all round as Dolce & Gabbana unveiled a tropically-tinted collection for next spring and summer with a typically joyful show in Milan on Sunday. The clothes themselves contained few surprises as the designers mined their familiar theme of southern Italian sensuality colliding head on with bling.

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Young stars of social media fill Dolce&Gabbana front row

MILAN (AP) — Social media stars have brought a fresh buzz to Milan Fashion Week. As word of their whereabouts spreads, gaggles of fans gather outside the restaurant or show venue where they are gathered, hoping for the chance to get a selfie — the pixel version of the 15 minutes of fame.

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