The high-speed train ride from Florence to Milan was so smooth I pretty much slept throughout the entire journey. One of the attendants woke me up just minutes before arriving into Milan’s Central Station.
Replay Jeans debuted their ‘Laserblast‘ collection during Salone del Mobile in Milan last week. Laserblasting is an eco-friendly and safe method of creating distressed denim; a great alternative to the old, not to mention dangerous, way of sandblasting jeans. I went to the launch at Replay’s flagship store at Corso Vittorio Emanuele.
I thought I’d share more photos from my Milan trip. After the Versace fashion show, I visited the nearby Furla venue once again for their cocktail event. A flute of champagne and a few minutes of dancing is the perfect way to unwind after a long day’s worth of shows and presentations.
I quickly popped by the gorgeous Dolce & Gabbana menswear boutique (more like mansion) at Corso Venezia yesterday evening to visit my buddy Mariano Vivanco’s UOMINI book party. I’m a big fan of Mariano’s work and his new book, published by Dolce & Gabbana and Rizzoli, makes a great addition to my ever-growing collection of coffee table books. Now all I need is a table… and perhaps some coffee as well.
As you know, it’s been a crazy fashion month. Come to think of it, I only did three cities this time around (New York, Milan and Paris). Hopefully I’ll do London next season. Here are some photos from the ‘Front Row‘ sections of Style.com/Style.it (the Italian version of Style.com). This entry was inspired by the entry I did during the fall/winter 2010 shows.
I found this cute photo of me at the Matthew Williamson for Bvlgari event at the Bvlgari Hotel the other night.
Jacket, necklace and fur bag from Dolce & Gabbana, sunglasses from Prada, t-shirt from Theory which I bought during Fashion's Night Out in NYC.
I've been here in Milan for over a week now and believe it or not, I haven't been partying that much. Compared to other seasons, I've been going home a wee bit before (or after) 12 midnight. I'm so swamped with work. Gone are the days of me staying OUT (there's a big difference between staying out and staying up) until the wee hours of the morning.
I've been complaining to a lot of people lately how I need someone to help me with my tasks. I can't do it all on my own. I know I need to step my game up but it's not that easy especially when you're on the road the whole day — on your own.
We'll see how I evolve over the next few months.
I'm off to Paris later tonight. By overnight train.