Spring / Summer 2014 womenswear collections referenced Japanese fashion in a major way, and if Maste...Read moreRead more
In little more than a decade, Consuelo Castiglioni’s label Marni has become a byword for innovative Italian design, charming its way into fashion folklore with an eclectic vision of femininity. What began as a stint of fashion consulting for her husband’s fur and leather company, Ciwi furs (supplier to Prada and Moschinio), has developed into a business that has produced some of the most cultish items of the last few years and helped define contemporary notions of prettiness. Today the Italian fashion house loves a collaboration, lending their polka dots to Laduree for a limited edition collection of macaroons, dressing Coca Cola bottles in Marni bubbles and an H&M range. Not just a pretty face, Marni has a big heart and likes to use their international fame to do a little good, supporting sustainable coffee in pretty packaging with Lavazza and hiring Columbian ex-cons to hand make the colour blocked chairs and tables for their furniture range.
While editors are in the air dreaming about Milan and on their way to Paris, we take time to reflect...Read moreRead more
Whangdoodles, Hornswogglers, and Snozzwanglers oh my! From under the bed and onto the catwalk, welco...Read moreRead more
During Milano Fashion Week, Marni will start the celebrations of its twentieth anniversary with the...Read moreRead more