Tulle and lace, corsages, bras and suspenders – and lots of naked skin: this is the new fashion from Dolce & Gabbana. What the Italian designer duo is promoting for the spring/summer 2024 season at Milan Fashion Week is likely to cause a stir on the street. But the all-clear: The catwalk fashion is not what will later be hanging in the stores, and none of this is new for Dolce & Gabbana. Lingerie has been part of the label’s core brand for several seasons. Promoting underwear into outerwear is part of the success story of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana.
Well booked at 53
But the Italians still had a surprise in store: Naomi Campbell was the last model to walk down the catwalk – at the age of 53. The British woman, along with colleagues like Cindy Crawford (57) and Linda Evangelista (58), was one of the top models in the 1990s – and the fame has not diminished in recent decades. Donatella Versace also let Claudia Schiffer (53), one of the legendary supermodels of the time, walk in Milan. The German model presented a green and silver checkerboard dress.
Exercise and enough sleep
The look was rounded off with subtle make-up and pointed heels in metallic silver. Schiffer wasn’t nervous before her appearance, as she explained in an interview with Vogue and also revealed her fitness secret: “Lots of exercise and enough sleep.” Versace presented the latest women’s collection along with that for men. By the way, men will wear silk shorts and suits in pastel colors in spring/summer 2024.
All in gold
Ralph Lauren booked supermodel Christy Turlington at Fashion Week in New York. The 54-year-old wore a dream dress made entirely of gold and thrilled the audience with her appearance.
Hard and delicate – Prada’s new collection moves between these two poles. Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons, the creative duo of the Milan trend label, first showed elegant organza dresses, then switched to black leather with silver studs.
Tod’s, on the other hand, stayed true to its classic style. You could see pleated skirts and – really practical – wide belts with pockets and even hooks for gloves.
Lives of supermodels
They were the top models of the 90s. Everyone knew her, millions of women wanted to be like her. Now a four-part documentary on Apple TV+ reveals new details about the lives of Linda Evangelista (58), Naomi Campbell (53), Cindy Crawford (57) and Christy Turlington (54).
In “The Super Models” they speak openly about the time – also about their experiences and the dark side of the fashion industry.
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