Fashion month is officially launched. With four cities on the schedule, plenty of shows to rewatch and presentations to attend, who better than our own global editors for the inside scoop as they tackle each city? let us vogues Chioma Nnadi, vogue Francesca Ragazzi from Italy, and vogue Frenchwoman Eugénie Trochu takes you on a tour of fashion week in their respective cities, starting in New York and ending in Paris later this month. Here, our editors share the local brands they’re most looking forward to seeing, new names to look out for, their fashion week style signatures and, of course, what’s on their wishlists. for fall fashion.
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It happens now: Milan Fashion Week
Francesca Ragazzi, editorial content manager vogue Italy
I would define my style as bohemian chic with a touch of classic, while having fun with colors, patterns and shapes. For this season’s fashion week, I can’t wait to see what the young generation of Italian fashion designers have to show once again – Marco Rambaldi, Andrea Adamo and many more, with their innovative collections and fresh. Also, this week vogue Italia will host the opening of VogueRama, an exciting multidisciplinary exhibition that we look forward to seeing you!
New York Fashion Week
Chioma Nnadi, Global Network Manager and Editor, vogue.com United States
Fashion Week is back in a big way this season. It really feels like there’s something going on every second of the day and night, including our very own Vogue World!
Such a busy schedule gives me every excuse to shop for new things. Plus, fall is upon us, so there’s every reason to switch gears style-wise. I have a thing for conversation starters or anything with a sense of humor, something that makes me smile – think, sequins, playful novelty shoes, a bit of crochet. And then of course the basics: for example, good workwear jeans to accompany me through fashion week and beyond.
Coming: Paris fashion week
Eugénie Trochu, Editorial Content Manager vogue France