The world’s top designers and influencers head to Milan on Wednesday for a week of glitzy catwalk shows from global brands that have begun swapping climate-destroying luxuries for ecologically-friendly fashion. Prada opens a tightly-packed calender, which will see models for leading houses including Armani, Bottega Veneta, Dolce & Gabbana, Fendi, Gucci and Versace strut their stuff for buyers and celebrities alike. Benetton reached out to the burgeoning number of environmentally-aware consumers Tuesday with its new creation: a trench coat made out of paper, designed by France’s Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. “My problem with Benetton is that they never say no to me,” he said with a chuckle ahead of the show. His team carried out “recycling experiments and research into paper, like the very resistant one that can contain concrete”. The trench “cannot be washed in the washing machine, but it can last months or even years,” Castelbajac said. Those arriving in the Italian fashion capital early could grab a sparkling glass of Prosecco and catch the new Tommy Hilfiger collection, TommyXLewis, co-designed with five-time Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton. The official line-up for the Spring Summer 2020 season boasts newcomers to Milan including DROMe by Italian Marianna Rosati, Boss… Read full this story
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