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The Dolce & Gabbana show at Milan Fashion week was littered with the offspring of celebs. Both of Pam Anderson and Tommy Lee’s kids walked the runway … so did the spawn of Diddy, Daniel Day-Lewis, James Marsden, Jude Law and Pierce…

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Prada’s Milan Store Robbed

MILAN — Prada’s store in Milan’s tony Via della Spiga was robbed overnight between Wednesday and Thursday.
According to Italian media reports, two unidentified thieves broke one of the store’s five windows to steal bags and accessories for an estimated worth of more than 100,000 euros.
Reached for a comment, the company confirmed the theft but didn’t provide further details on the economic damage, both in terms of structure and stolen goods.
According to media reports, Italian authorities have started investigations analyzing the images from the security cameras in the area, which show two people with faces covered by balaclavas and wearing gloves.
This is not the first time Milan’s luxury fashion district has been a target for thieves during this holiday season as reports indicate that two Tom Ford employees and a doorman working for both the American designer brand and for Céline have been accused of stealing branded merchandise.

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Tommy Hilfiger Takes TommyNow to Milan for Spring 2018

NEXT STOP, MILAN: After staging TommyNow fashion shows in New York, Los Angeles and London, Tommy Hilfiger will take his next show to Milan. The company, a division of PVH Corp., will close Milan Fashion Week with the spring 2018 TommyNow experiential runway event. The show will take place on Feb. 25 at 8 p.m. CET.
The show reflects Hilfiger’s ongoing commitment to bring TommyNow to new cities and audiences globally, following productions with “Tommy Pier” in New York for fall 2016, “Tommyland” in Los Angeles for spring 2017 and “RockCircus” for fall 2017 at London’s Roundhouse concert venue. The Milan venue hasn’t been selected yet.
Hilfiger continues to show in the see-now-buy-now format, which has been successful for the firm, generating huge spikes in traffic and billions of social media impressions.
“My vision for TommyNow was to create a global platform that we could take on tour to bring our show experience to new audiences around the world,” Hilfiger said. “It’s about the fusion of fashion, entertainment and pop culture and experiences, performances and inspiring interactions that are designed around our consumers. As one of the fashion capitals of the world, Milan is the perfect place to celebrate our next TommyNow show.”
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Chiara Ferragni Lights Swarovski Christmas Tree in Milan

CHRISTMAS FAIRY: Chiara Ferragni is coming to town. The Italian influencer and entrepreneur behind The Blonde Salad digital platform and the Chiara Ferragni Collection of footwear and accessories, attended the lighting ceremony of Milan’s Christmas tree on Friday.
Wrapped in a red Dior gown, Ferragni was the fairy godmother of the event as she is one of the international personalities fronting the holiday campaign of the Swarovski company, which has provided the Christmas tree to the city since 2013.
“When they asked me to star in their holiday campaign, I couldn’t believe it,” said Ferragni a few minutes before the ceremony. “We shot it back in February in New York with an exceptional cast,” she added, hinting at fellow testimonials Karlie Kloss, Naomi Campbell, Jourdan Dunn, Ruby Rose, Boy George, Andrés Velencoso and Bryanboy, among others.
Located inside Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, the lighting ceremony drew over 500 people around the 40-foot tall tree, which is embellished with over 10,000 decorations — including 1,000 Swarovski Christmas stars — and 36,000 lights. These were gradually switched on to the notes of Coldplay’s song “A Sky Full of Stars,” followed by the spread of fake snow in the venue and the live performance of

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Milan Fashion Week: Highs — and Highs

MILAN — The bright blue skies and daily doses of sunshine worked wonders on the mood of buyers, who praised Milan’s creativity and use of color, disco glitter and tailoring. Linda Fargo of Bergdorf Goodman didn’t mince words. “The weather was an upper for Milan, many collections were on an up and where there was newness, our spend will be up to match,” she said.
Helen David of Harrods said her must-have was “Gucci everything,” while Mario Grauso of Holt Renfrew summed up many of the retailers’ feelings about the Versace show, Donatella’s tribute to Gianni on the 20-year anniversary of his death: “Donatella has dominated the entire week with her tribute collection and reunion of the most iconic models.”
Ken Downing of Neiman Marcus called the city a treasure trove of ideas. “I feel so good about Milan. There is so much creativity coming off the runways right now in terms of collections — but also the music. It was a pleasure of a fashion week.”
Here, a roundup of the Milan highlights from the mouths of retailers:
Linda Fargo, senior vice president of the fashion office and director of women’s fashion and store presentation at Bergdorf Goodman: 
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Ed Sheeran And Ruby Rose To Host MTV EMAs In Milan

Ed Sheeran and Ruby Rose will co-host the 2015 MTV European Music Awards live from the Mediolanum Forum in Milan, Italy on Sunday, October 24. MTV has billed the evening as an “epic night of music and mayhem.” “So happy to say I’m hosting the #MTVEMAs on 25th October! Cannot wait,” wrote Sheeran on Twitter.
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Highlights From Milan Fashion Week Spring 2016

The spring season in Milan highlighted an ever-growing diversity (and editorial savvy) that ranged from Moschino’s scrub-it-clean camp to the lyrical nerdiness at Gucci that has the fashion world fascinated. And once again Prada set the bar, now with a gold standard that only started with the lips.

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Istituto Marangoni Continues 80th Anniversary Celebrations in Milan

Fashion and design school Istituto Marangoni continued its 80-year birthday celebrations here on Tuesday night with a runway show and exhibition at The Mall in the new Porta Nuova business complex. Curated from four international satellite schools across Milan, Paris, London and Shanghai, the “80th Anniversary Back to the Roots Celebration” paraded 96 spring ready-to-wear looks from 16 graduates of its three-year undergraduate courses.
The show honored the inaugural campus established here in 1935 by Giulio Marangoni, which over eight decades has grown to five campuses, most recently a School of Design, which opened here in January 2014. Currently, more than 3,500 international fashion students from 106 countries study undergraduate, postgraduate and short courses on design, styling and business.
In an adjacent hall, the “Degree Show” exhibition illustrated student projects from 2014-15 courses on interior design, product design, fashion design and fashion styling through clothing and accessories displays.
Milan-campus graduate and winner of the “Fashion Warrior”-themed show, Lu Huiyang, will continue with a master’s degree next month. “The teachers here taught me how to turn my ideas into reality using precise techniques,” she said about her collection of cocoonlike Neoprene dresses with woven rubber houndstooth panels. Other collections included slinky, latticed dresses over

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Versace to Show at New Milan Venue

SWITCHING SITES: For the first time in several seasons, Versace will not hold its runway show at its Milanese palazzo on Via Gesù, near luxury shopping street Via Montenapoleone.

To accommodate the larger number of guests and streamline the calendar of Milan Fashion Week, the company has opted for one show only — not two as in the past — to be held Sept. 25 at 8 p.m. at the former Milan fairgrounds on Piazza VI Febbraio. The latter venue has 1,043 seats, compared with 476 seats per each show at the Via Gesù headquarters.

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Missoni, Ferragamo and More to Unveil Short Films at Milan Fashion Film Festival

Dries Van Noten, Gucci, Kenzo, Missoni, L’Oréal, Chloé, Salvatore Ferragamo, Etro and Valentino are just a few of the international labels that will participate in the upcoming Milan Fashion Festival, running Sept. 20-22.
Conceived and directed by Kean Etro’s wife, the Argentinian Constanza Cavalli Etro, the event, at its second edition, will be held at a new location, the city’s historical Anteo Spaziocinema theater. More than 200 short films, selected among the 600 that have been submitted, will be screened during the three-day event. The screening schedule will include films by already established directors and upcoming talents.
“Here, big names help new ones,” said Cavalli Etro. “The fact that big brands and film directors take part to the project next to new names helps the festival and upcoming talents to get the right visibility.”
A jury, including photographer Rankin, Vogue Italia’s editor in chief Franca Sozzani and producer Lisa Immordino Vreeland, among others, will assign 13 different awards to the film directors participating.
In addition, starting from Tuesday, anyone will be able to vote their favorite fashion film on the Fashion Film Festival’s Web site.
Also, microfashion films of 15 seconds, fitting social network’s standards, will be shown in one of the theater’s rooms.
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Renzo Rosso to Be Honored at Amfar Milan Gala Event

Renzo Rosso will receive the Award of Courage during the upcoming The American Foundation for AIDS Research gala to be held at Milan’s La Permanente museum on Sept. 26 during the city’s Fashion Week.
Rosso, president of Italian fashion group OTB, will be awarded for his personal commitment to the fight against AIDS as well as for his company’s continuous support of Amfar’s activities.
The Milanese gala, in its seventh edition, will be sponsored by American jewelry company Harry Winston. Guests are expected to include Heidi Klum, Michelle Rodriguez, Dakota Johnson, Irina Shayk, Goga Ashkenazi, Dean and Dan Caten, Eva Cavalli, Peter Dundas, Nayla Hayek, Angela Missoni, Vincent Roberti, Remo Ruffini, Franca Sozzani, Hormoz Vasfi, Amfar global fundraising ambassador Milutin Gatsby and Amfar chairman of the board Kenneth Cole.
The cocktail, dinner and live auction will be followed by live performances by Debbie Harry and by Swedish pop duo Icona Pop.

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Mandarin Oriental Opens in Milan

ORIENTAL TOUCH: The Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group inaugurated its newest property, in Milan, on Thursday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Located on Via Andegari, a short walk from Milan’s luxury shopping street Via Montenapoleone and the arty Brera district, the hotel is housed in four redeveloped 18th-century buildings. The property offers 73 rooms and 31 suites, the informal Mandarin Bar and the Seta restaurant, both of which are open to the public.
The hotel’s spa covers 9,867 square feet, featuring six treatment rooms for holistic treatments and Thai massage, a gym and an indoor pool, as well as a hair and beauty salon.
Combining Italian contemporary design with oriental luxury, the interior design concept was conceived by Antonio Citterio Patricia Viel Interiors, which also worked on the Bulgari Hotel in Dubai.
The Mandarin Oriental chain includes 45 hotels in 24 countries, including Asia, the Americas and Europe.

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Elio Fiorucci’s Funeral Attracts Scores in Milan

MILAN — “A big piece of my life has gone forever,” said fashion retailer Rosy Biffi at the funeral of Elio Fiorucci, who was found dead in his apartment here Monday morning.
Fiorucci, who will be buried in Sueglio, his mother’s native village located on the mountains overlooking the Como Lake, is survived by three daughters: Ersilia, 55; Augusta, 52, and Erica, 40.
Judging from the large crowd that flocked to the San Carlo Al Corso church — located a stone’s throw from Galleria Passarella, which from 1967 to 2003 housed the late fashion guru’s legendary store — Fiorucci had an impact on the lives of many people.
Those from the fashion industry who attended the funeral included OVS chief executive officer Stefano Beraldo; Beppe Modenese; Oliviero Toscani, who arrived with his wife Kirsty and their children Olivia, Rocco and Lola; Leonardo Girombelli, the son of Genny’s founder Donatella Girombelli, and designer Fabio Novembre with his friends Carlo and Ennio Capasa.
“The great thing about him is that he always remained a real person,” Ennio Capasa, creative director of Costume National, said of Fiorucci.
Others in the crowd were architect Stefano Boeri; Italo Manca, the owner of Milan’s legendary La Libera restaurant, and journalist and music expert Mario Luzzatto Fegiz, as well as Milan’s volunteer City Angels. “We have always been proud to wear a uniform designed by him,” said the organization’s president

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Luxury Tourism During Expo Milan

MILAN – The Expo 2015 hosted by Italy’s fashion capital Milan is not the only attraction appealing to international tourists and visitors.
A press conference here Thursday titled, “Luxury Tourism during Expo,” organized by Global Blue in collaboration with Prima Classe Italia, explored the dynamics of top spending nationalities during Expo.
Since April, Global Blue, which specializes in services and tax-free shopping for foreign visitors,  measured the visitor flow and purchasing dynamics in its Italian lounge, located in the heart of the fashion district, in via della Spiga.
“We note that one of the main levers to capture the attention of international tourists when they visit a country is the focus of high-level hospitality able to intercept most of their needs,” said Antonella Bertossi, marketing sales manager of Global Blue Italia.
According to Bertossi, Milan has worked hard in that direction in recent months and has attracted mainly Asian tourists (39 percent), led by the Chinese, who showed interest in the services of the Italian lounge, followed by Russian customers (22 percent) and American visitors (11 percent).
South Americans accounted for 4 percent of the total, but a peak of arrivals from the region is expected in August, according to the organizers of the Expo, which confirmed 300,000 sold

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Milan Fashion’s Night Out to Take Place on Sept. 22

MILAN — The next Fashion’s Night Out here will take place Sept. 22, the night before the official start of Milan Women’s Fashion Week.
The Milan event will come five days after a similar charity shopping evening in Florence, scheduled for Sept. 17.
Vogue Italia editor in chief Franca Sozzani said at a press conference at the Palazzo Morando here Tuesday that proceeds from the sale of the limited-edition pieces in the stores taking part will be donated to a team of researchers focused on women’s cardiovascular health and heart failure.
During the Milan event, an exhibition of the work of a group of up-and-coming Italian photographers selected by Vogue Italia will be unveiled at the Palazzo Morando museum. Another photo exhibit will be set up at the store of Italian coffee company Illy, located on Piazza Gae Aulenti. That will collect pictures selected from those posted on Instagram using the hashtag #dreamFrancaSozzani1.
Vogue Italia has also teamed up with Italian banking giant Banca Popolare di Milano, which will open the doors of its headquarters on central Piazza Meda to showcase the work of five emerging female fashion designers.

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The Top 10 Looks from the Men’s Shows in Milan Combine Style and Comfort

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In Milan, the menswear collections sometimes break down to the pragmatism of how men actually dress versus the fantasy of how we’d like to think we do. Really beautiful—if occasionally also somnolence-inducing—suits are a major feature on the Milanese runways. But there’s quite a bit of room between conservative suiting and the more outlandish high-fashion getups you see on the catwalk, and that sweet spot speaks to the way many men actually dress. Call it stylish comfort—after all, with summer just heating up in the U.S., we’re returning once again to the clothes we’d actually like to wear in warmer weather: jackets, tops, pants, and shorts that are at once easy and expressive.

At Canali, a saffron-yellow short-sleeve sweatshirt embodied this ideal: Boxy, raglan-sleeved, and paired with subtle pleated trousers, it stood out amid finely tailored soft-shoulder suits and safari jackets. Likewise, Stefano Pilatis latest Ermenegildo Zegna collection consisted mainly of traditional-but-lovely buttoned-down pieces, though the ones that really grabbed our attention came in louder plaids, such as an asymmetrical-placketed raincoat with a full cut reined in somewhat by a cinch at the side.

The main attraction at Gucci may have been striking, brightly toned bell-bottoms, but the real hit was the shorts—in flattering cuts and varying degrees of formality—that Alessandro Michele trotted out, especially when paired with gender-fluid shirts sporting exaggerated butterfly collars. Those collars, granted, were also compelling, as were the angular nineties-channeling-the-seventies ones that Consuelo Castiglioni deployed at Marni. She featured wide collars on most of her shirts and on a tan short-sleeved jacket that nodded vaguely in the direction of workwear.

Jackets and coats, after all, aren’t off-limits just because the temperatures have climbed. Brendan Mullane’s perforated-suede navy parka at Brioni might be just the thing for cooler spring nights. Another option was a two-tone jacket from Silvia Venturini Fendis namesake line in a severe gray that faded to blue to complement matching trousers.

Giorgio Armani also showed a noteworthy jacket-and-pants combo, pairing a thin warm-up with cropped, wide-legged trousers in shiny, eye-catching technical fabric. And the roomy slacks from Tokyo designer Hiromichi Ochiai’s incomparably named label Facetasm possessed an understated charm of their own, with a length—hitting just above the ankle—that spoke of summer insouciance.

Best in show for Milan this season, though, went to Miuccia Prada, whose latest collection seemed a natural progression from—and a wild move beyond—her previous two menswear outings. Kid-friendly race cars, rocket ships, and bunnies replaced the minimal black-nylon palette cleanse of fall, while the top-stitched, boxy shorts that Mrs. Prada used to open the show recalled her casual-but-refined spring 2015 take on denim. Those shorts (various iterations of which appeared throughout the collection), as well as the perfect zip-up racing jackets that were another highlight, made the case that easy dressing need not lack in style.

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Miss Minerva Lane is a quiet, bespectacled wallflower, and she wants to keep it that way. After all, the last time she was the center of attention, it ended badly—so badly that she changed her name to escape her scandalous past. Wallflowers may not be the prettiest of blooms, but at least they don’t get trampled. So when a handsome duke comes to town, the last thing she wants is his attention.  But that is precisely what she gets.  Because Robert Blaisdell, the Duke of Clermont, is not fooled. When Minnie figures out what he’s up to, he realizes there is more to than her spectacles and her quiet ways. And he’s determined to lay her every secret bare before she can discover his. But this time, one shy miss may prove to be more than his match… The Duchess War is the first book in the Brothers Sinister series. The complete series is: ½. The Governess Affair 1. The Duchess War 1½. A Kiss for Midwinter 2. The Heiress Effect 3. The Countess Conspiracy 4. The Suffragette Scandal 4½ Talk Sweetly to Me

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Giorgio Armani to Fund Tennis Court Cover in Milan

Giorgio Armani has further cemented his long-standing partnership with Fondo Ambiente Italiano (FAI), the Italian National Trust, by financing the construction of a glass and iron structure to cover the Villa Necchi Campiglio’s tennis court in Milan.
Armani is among the main sponsors of the restoration of the villa, which became a public museum in 2008.
“I was immediately impressed by Villa Necchi Campiglio’s artistic and cultural richness: The building reflects a sophisticated and social, yet intimately Milanese lifestyle,” said Armani, who is a member of the board of Friends of FAI, the association that promotes trust’s projects in the U.S. “This is why I enthusiastically decided to give an additional contribution to the restoration and preservation of the villa’s tennis court. Many years have passed since my first meeting with the FAI and we still share projects and a passion to preserve the wonderful works of human brilliance.”
Armani first collaborated with the FAI in 1983, financing part of the restoration of the Abbey of San Fruttuoso in Camogli, a seaside village in Italy’s Liguria region.

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It Girls’ 25 Best Spots in New York, London, Paris, Milan, and Shanghai

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There’s a reason these beautiful, talented, stylish women are considered It girls. Whether they’re channeling Jean Seberg in Breathless or running an online fashion empire, these women know what they want to wear—and where they want to eat, drink, shop, and stay. From Olivia Palermos choice Milanese hotel and Alexa Chungs favorite Turkish boîte in London to Lauren Santo Domingos go-to West Village perfume shop and Sofía Sanchez de Betaks post-yoga health-food café, take a cue from these chic women. We promise they won’t steer you wrong!

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Miuccia Prada’s Museum Opens in Milan

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After a week of previews and private events, Milan’s Fondazione Prada, seven years in the making, finally opened its gates to the public on Saturday. A flutter of nerves could be felt among the guards, many of them women dressed like stylish lady cops in battleship-gray button-down shirts, black pants, and walkie-talkies on belts, as they wielded their scanners at each of the museum’s multiple entrances. One 60-meter tower is still under construction, and the occasional workman’s jacket, thrown off in the Italian sunshine, might momentarily have been mistaken for part of a Robert Gober installation, until its owner appeared at a window putting finishing touches to Rem Koolhaas’s magnificent design.

This was the real test of the project—and the Milanese came in their hundreds to experience the art and the architecture in equal measure. “I loved it,” says Paola Antonelli, the Milan-raised senior curator at MoMA’s department of architecture and design, who arrived with her mother. “I spent quite a few minutes touching the resin fillings in the travertine floor.” Gorgeously tactile shapes and finishes distinguish both the new and retrofitted galleries grouped around the courtyard of the former distillery in the city’s Largo Isarco neighborhood. The main building is clad in lace-like metal, and the “haunted house,” a four-story tower so named by Prada and Koolhaas, is painted in 24-carat gold leaf. The much-anticipated Wes Anderson–designed cafeteria, furnished with formica tables in fifties colors, candy jars, custom-made pinball machines themed after Anderson movies, and a jukebox stocked with fifties and sixties Italian crooners, creates its own playfully happy atmosphere.

But let’s not forget the art, presented in different exhibits by Prada’s longtime curator Germano Celant, newly appointed head of London’s National Portrait Gallery Nicholas Cullinan, distinguished archaeologist and art historian Salvatore Settis, and others, with contributions by Mrs. Prada and Koolhaas. The central gallery houses a companion piece to the hugely admired “Portable Classic,” a concurrent show at the Prada Fondazione’s Venice palazzo, that gathers scaled replicas of classical sculptures commissioned by noble families of the Renaissance. (One painting in Venice is on loan from the queen of England’s private collection.)

In the “haunted house,” famously provocative pieces by Gober and Louise Bourgeois luxuriate in the spareness of their installation. A garage-like space features only cars, one constructed entirely of cigarettes by Sarah Lucas, another out of black feathers by Elmgreen & Dragset. Astonishing pieces from Miuccia Prada and her husband Patrizio Bertelli’s private holdings include a Thomas Demand underground grotto, Nathalie Djurberg’s grotesquely comic animated movies inside an eccentric, mushroom-shaped hut, fifteenth-century tapestries, and works by Yves Klein, Piero Manzoni, and Donald Judd.

Most people agree that contemporary art should not be pretty, and Mrs. Prada is adamant that her interests in art and fashion be kept entirely separate. “We want to offer a new, more democratic perspective,” said Settis over coffee of the show he curated here. “It’s based on function and narrative rather than beauty and paradigm.” (Settis, who wants to make sure his premise is working and excites the curiosity of all-comers, has instructed the guards to report back on the comments made by visitors; he is particularly charmed by the questions of children.) But emphatically stylish touches, inevitably, pop up, as in the chartreuse-green velvet upholstery of the museum’s benches and 250-seat movie theater. As well as being stretched and stimulated, the Milanese and the thousands of global guests yet to cross the Fondazione’s elegant threshold, will find themselves uplifted—all the hallmarks of Prada.

 

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A Milan Design Week Top 10: What to Do, Where to Go, and What to Wear, According to Marlene Taschen

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Milan’s Salone Internazionale del Mobile, the annual furniture trade show, also known as Milan Design Week, kicks off tomorrow (it runs from April 14 to 19) and few locals have a busier agenda than Marlene Taschen. Readying for the launch of a new Taschen bookstore in the city, the 29-year-old brings her international sensibilities—she was born in Cologne, Germany, and has lived in England, Panama, and Australia—to the site that she discovered in her adopted hometown, located opposite the Prada-owned Marchesi, one of the city’s favorite pasticcerias. The storefronts of the publishing empire founded by Marlene’s father, Benedikt Taschen, aim to be not simply art and design bookshops, but local hangouts: When we spoke, she was on-site collaborating with family friends, including Marc Newson and American artist Jonas Wood, to design the shop’s visually compelling facets. Pieces from her father’s private collection—a Gio Ponti–designed chandelier on the ground floor, a 1954 lamp by Flavio Poli for Archimede Seguso, and a table by Angelo Mangiarotti—all pay homage to Italian design. With that in mind, we asked her to tell us what she’s looking forward to in and around the fair.



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1. Tomes at Taschen’s New Outpost in the Corso Magenta District
The store will open today with an exhibition by a dear family friend, the late Julius Shulman. He captured Los Angeles and its surroundings in the middle of the 20th century and photographed virtually every important mid-century modernist architect’s work, including the home of Charles and Ray Eames. His pictures have such a strong signature and really capture the atmosphere of his subject’s homes. Some of his prints will be for sale in-store, too. On Thursday, April 16, I plan to celebrate its official unveiling with a cocktail party hosted by Marc Newson and my father.

Taschen, Via Meravagli, 17
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2. An Exhibit Paying Homage to Italian Designer Gio Ponti—and a Must-See Porcelain Pop-Up Shop
I worked with many friends and partners on the store, like Gio Ponti’s grandson Salvatore Licitra. I really enjoy the collaborative process, so I’d recommend the exhibition, “Gio Ponti and Manifattura Richard Ginori: An Unpublished Correspondence” (on view through May 31) at Belvedere della Villa Reale di Monza. I also plan to visit Richard Ginori, the porcelain company that opens its pop-up this week in the beautiful Piazza San Marco; it’s the brand’s first retail outpost outside of Florence.

Villa Reale di Monza, Viale Brianza, 1
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Richard Ginori 1735, Piazza San Marco, 3
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Marni Mercado de Paloquemao

3. Alternative Grocery Shopping
Marni is transforming its Viale Umbria showroom into a colorful fruit market this week. Inspired by Bogotá, Colombia’s vibrant markets, Marni Mercado de Paloquemao will feature exotic, oversize fruits, baskets, and sculptures—all handmade in colored wire by craftswomen in Colombia.

Marni Mercado de Paloquemao, Viale Umbria, 42
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4. Contemporary Art Fix
Icon magazine’s design issue and Tod’s launch event at PAC Milano will be the perfect opportunity to revisit the amazing David Bailey “Stardust” exhibition on view at PAC, one of the city’s foremost spaces for contemporary art. Taschen recently published a SUMO-size, limited-edition Rolling Stones volume, and our new store will stock David Bailey’s Rolling Stones art edition, which includes images the photographer made during the shoot for the band’s 1973 album, Goats Head Soup.

PAC Padiglione d’Arte Contemporanea, Milano, Via Palestro, 14
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Nilufar Depot

5. Discovering Design’s New Movements at Nilufar Depot
I’m really excited to see respected local dealer Nina Yashar and her new gallery, Nilufar Depot: a huge, 1,500-square-meter emporium. She’s hosting her opening night there and will exhibit her latest finds and work by mid-century masters this week alongside some new propositions from her stable of discoveries like Martino Gamper, Massimiliano Locatelli, India Mahdavi, and my friend Osanna Visconti di Modrone.

Nilafur Depot, Via Lancetti, 34
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6. The Laboratory for Emerging Designers
I’ll definitely be popping by to see my friend Rossana Orlandi—she is famous for championing the careers of designers on the rise—and her latest discoveries. I love her spirit and always enjoy her annual Design Week dinner in her courtyard at Spazio Orlandi, a former factory, and the eclectic style of her exhibitions.

Spazio Rossana Orlandi, Via Matteo Bandello 14–16
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7. Cutting-edge Excitement
My friend Giò Marconi recently moved his gallery to a new space in Via Tadino which has been totally redesigned by Kuehn Malvezzi, a Berlin-based firm founded by the architects Simona Malvezzi and Wilfried and Johannes Kuehn. I plan on seeing the group show “Yes, We’re Open” that features the work of 27 of its artists, including Nikolas Gambaroff and Markus Schinwald.

Giò Marconi Gallery, Via Alessandro Tadino, 20
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8. Culinary Neighbors

A quick stroll from our store takes you to La Brisa, such a pretty, unassuming restaurant with incredibly good food. I also love a morning coffee or evening aperitivo at the Pasticceria Marchesi. It really is our favorite neighbor.

Ristorante La Brisa, Via Brisa, 15
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Pasticceria Marchesi, Via Santa Maria alla Porta 11/a.
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9. The Scene
Bar Basso is the place to be during Design Week. I plan on ordering a maxi-size Spritz with my partner, marketing director, and novelist Maia Guarnaccia before or after one of our many dinner engagements.

Bar Basso, Via Plinio, 39
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10. The Look
Marta Ferri’s signature high-waist trousers are my passe-partout. I plan to wear them with alternating tops for an easy and elegant look that works wherever I may end up. Marta’s atelier on Via Sant’Orsola, 4 is absolutely worth a visit if you’re in town.

Marta Ferri, Via Sant’Orsola, 4
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What does modern sex appeal mean? The answer may evolve from season to season, year to year—but chez Donatella Versace, the bombshell equation of swingy hair and smoldering eye makeup always makes good. At her show tonight, models Karlie Kloss, Natasha Poly, and Anna Ewers lounged around the backstage area looking like certified power babes. And while excellent genes have no doubt helped their case, there is something to be learned by mere mortals from the designer’s more-is-more beauty philosophy. Here, four rules—stolen from backstage power duo Guido Palau and Pat McGrath—to consider this month.

1. There is nothing more important than a black kohl pencil. Each season, Versace’s girls walk the runway with a fresh incarnation of the smoky eye—and tonight’s show was no exception. “It’s pencil drawn all around the inside and the outside of the lashes,” said makeup artist Pat McGrath, who took a cue from the bold shapes and slit-to-there lines of the house’s fall collection. “It makes things tougher, sharper, it brings out the color of your eyes.”

2. Do not, we repeat—do not—leave the house with less than three coats of mascara. In fact, you are going to need “massive” amounts of inky black pigment swiped along the lashes, according to McGrath, who curled them before going over each little hair repeatedly with a thick brush formula.



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Photographed by Kevin Tachman

Photographed by Kevin Tachman

3. You are going to want to consider growing your hair out—and possibly getting bangs. Swingy, below-the-shoulder hair is key to your look—because what better accessory is there for a body-con power suit? If you’re thinking of making a bold change, however, the brow-grazing fringe spotted on models Mica Arganaraz and Vanessa Moody is an appropriately pillowy option.

4. Remember that old saying about looking in the mirror before you go out for the night and taking one thing off? It does not apply to you. Because whether it’s clouds of Redken Diamond Oil High Shine  shine spray on the hair for a sleek urban texture or a high-impact gleam on the eyelids in the form of Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream, standing out is most definitely your thing.

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Photo: Courtesy of Karlie Kloss / @karliekloss

It was the chic version of move-in day at Milan Fashion Week, with press appointments revealing both Agnona’s new digs and Paula Cademartori’s
jewel box of an HQ, with the fashion set taking in Giambattista’s latest scene, tallying up The Royal Tenenbaums references and taking in the always glamorous Versace show. Here are all the best bits from our agendas.

1. Agnona’s housewarming party: Sleek new offices and an intensely chic take on outerwear—from tailored overcoats, tunics, and waistcoats to a new take on tweedy English toppers, here done in a Prince of Wales check and Shetland tweed double cashmere—made Agnona a very welcome stop this morning.



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Photo: Courtesy of Agnona / @agnonaofficial

Photo: Courtesy of Agnona / @agnonaofficial

2. Giamba gets groovy: Giambattista Valli unleashed his psychedelic baby dolls in the middle of Milan this afternoon with a giddy, girlish runway show (the temporary face tattoos sported by the girls were less Charles Manson than one might have imagined) that was one part Janis Joplin, one part Fifty Shades of Grey (hello, leather harnesses!).



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Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com

Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com

3. Rainbow’s End at Marco de Vincenzo: Marco de Vincenzo’s fall 2015 show took place in the Teatro Franco Parenti, with a glass-fronted set (all the better to build the anticipation!) created by the artist Patrizio Travagli, and it felt both uber-hip and entirely perfect for his latest buzzy offering: from sleek, slinky lurex looks in rainbow tones looks to imminently covetable footwear (chunky boots came with thickly braided heels, bicolored heel versions called to mind the uber-chic equestrian and strappy stiletto sandals with that same braided velvet; a good night out).



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Photo: Courtesy of Marco De vincenzo / @marcodevincenzo

Photo: Courtesy of Marco De vincenzo / @marcodevincenzo

4. The Margot Tenenbaum movement picks up steam: From Alessandro Michele’s beret-clad Gucci girls to Veronica Etro’s mink intarsia wrappers, it’s been a full-on Milanese lovefest for the Wes Anderson–created Margot Tenenbaum. Bally had its own take on the Gwyneth Paltrow character, imagined at its presentation as sporting an electric purple moto jacket. (And can’t you just see it?)



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Photo: Alessandra Codinha

Photo: Alessandra Codinha

5. Versace goes viral: With an intricate set—a metal grid of its iconic insignias disguised a pair of staircases through which models entered to some
catwalking heavy hitters (Natasha Poly, Karlie Kloss) and a series of final looks encrusted with all the makings of a Twitter trending topic (hashtags, “@” signs, et al)—Versace’s runway show was very wham, bam, thank-you-ma’am glam: and decidedly meant for the modern era.



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Photo: Courtesy of Karlie Kloss / @karliekloss

Photo: Courtesy of Karlie Kloss / @karliekloss

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