The Italian awakening to the world of fashion, as if it were a sleeping giant,( it) quitar it occurs in the decade of the 60, where it would lay the foundations of those that would become for the whole world from the (years) quitar years 70's, "the country of the wonderful", "the Cradle of Fashion”
In the decades of 1970 and 1980, Milan is consolidated as the Neuralgic center of Italian fashion, and it begins to spread throughout the world.
This independent and culture-faithful life has made Italian fashion unique, essentially different from Paris, London and New York.
Italian is arguably the most knowledgeable in all of Europe, its taste for art and aesthetics give it a unique taste and unsurpassed elegance.
Italian fashion meets all the ( indispensable ) essential requirements to be the best in the world. His designs have the necessary artistic touch, without falling into dramatic or useless exaggerations, thus achieving the right point for his garments to be desired and usable in various fields.
The city welcomes, in the so-called "golden quadrilateral of Fashion", jewelleries, boutiques of design and decoration and workshops of the most important fashion firms.
Named because it is delimited by four streets – via Monte Napoleone, via Alessandro Manzoni, via della Spiga and Corso Venezia – the "quadrilateral of fashion" is considered the quintessential neighborhood where you can find the extraordinary creations of the best Italian and foreign designers.
The heart of the neighborhood is via Monte Napoleone, considered one of the most expensive and prestigious streets in the world, comparable to the Fifth Avenue of New York and the Avenue of the Champs Elysées in Paris.
Fashion Week in Milan is one of the most anticipated events of the year by fashion fans all over the world. The great Italian firms present their collections in the most elegant city of Italy.
The great designers who have given us this country over the years have emerged from there: Karl Lagerfeld, Missoni, Gucci, Armani, Moschino, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace.
Italian apparel designers and firms have earned a place in the world of haute couture by making elegant, luxurious, glamorous and cutting-edge pieces.
Italian fashion is very fluid, elegant, versatile and colorful. Although the designs conform to the standards of European fashion, they manage to give a colorful, tropical touch to their pieces, thereby captivating a great clientele.
M. Antonella Castronuovi