• Armani perfects his own, supremely elegant, idea of what a woman should look like

    Giorgio Armani ploughs his own furrow. While other designers look anxiously to TikTok or street style to see what the kids are wearing, Armani glides serenely by, indifferent to trends and influencers, perfecting his own, supremely elegant, idea of what a woman should look like.

  • Naomi Campbell steals the show in Milan as Dolce & Gabbana honours the older woman

    “It’s molto, molto, molto feminine and sexy,” Stefano Gabbana said before his Dolce & Gabbana label’s Milan fashion week show on Saturday afternoon. No surprise there, then, because the brand is arguably the world’s leading purveyor of sultry, dolce vita glamour. More refreshing, though it shouldn’t be, is the fact that the design duo chose this season to celebrate “women of all ages; it’s not just about Gen Z.”

  • Ryan Gosling and Julia Roberts sit front row at Gucci’s Milan show

    The fashion stakes could hardly have been higher for Sabato de Sarno’s debut as creative director at Gucci in Milan. His predecessor, Alessandro Michele, had delivered stratospheric success for the Italian fashion house in his almost eight-year tenure, taking sales to more than €10 billion and presiding over an eclectic, romantic look that was copied everywhere. He left his role in November last year after the novelty wore off and his aesthetic failed to evolve.

  • Davina McCall's latest fashion edit is all about stepping out of your comfort zone and feeling great

    McCall recommends trying something a bit out of your comfort zone when it comes to finding lingerie and outfits you feel great in.

  • This British staple has had a glossy Prada makeover

    Prada, that most Milanese of fashion brands, is hot again. I don’t say this because of its front row – Scarlett Johansson, Wes Anderson, Benedict Cumberbatch and Vincent Cassel are good gets in that they’re not promiscuous in their show attendance – nor because turnover is at a record €3.74 billion, nor because of the legions of young fans screaming outside. That all helps, for sure. But most crucially, after some questionable collections, Raf Simons, who joined Miuccia Prada as co-creative dire