Socks and shoes just not feeling innovative enough for you? Why not try these Marni lace-up socks, which toe the line (PUN!) between comfy shoe and sock. Inspired by ballet slippers, these lace-ups add interest and focus to your feet without adding extra bulk. Would you wear them? [Vogue] Keep reading »
It’s bold. It’s colorful. It makes me want to throw my entire wardrobe out the window and start from scratch! Annalena stood out on the walkways of Venice with a Marni day coat that is, in one word, glorious. Where does one go in such aesthetically pleasing attire? Why, in this case, she was on her way to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, natch. Keep reading »
While designers in New York and London were sculpting elaborate hairdos this year at Fashion Week, Marni went the opposite route by covering it all up—just goes to show you that you that sometimes revealing less is sexier. At the designer’s summer 2010 runway show in Milan, models sported bright, printed headscarves and chunky jewelry, giving off a jet-set vibe that we’re dying to try out ourselves. While it’s probably not a look you can wear to the office (unless you have a casual/stylish work zone like The Frisky does!), a Marni-inspired headscarf style would be great for weekend wear (bring on the large sunglasses) or going out (we’re thinking skinny jeans, a clutch, and some vintage jewelry).
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Parts of this outfit I think I could pull off: chunky necklace, red belt, striped skirt. Parts of this outfit I do not think I could pull off: super-cropped top, green see-through overlay. [Marni fashion show; Milan Fashion Week; 9/24/2008] Keep reading »
This week, designers in Milan are showing their collections for fall/winter 2008 (basically, what we’ll be wearing once summer is over. It seems so far away, doesn’t it?). Milan Fashion Week is a time for experimentation and creation, so we’ve selected eight looks from eight designers and want to hear whether you would wear them. See the designs, after the jump. Keep reading »