Milan Fashion Week is over with some ups and downs, and of course, some juicy gossip. One of the low points was the stalker/prankster that grabbed Gigi Hadid. I’m happy the girl fought back, and that kind of behavior is despicable. Since when grabbing women you don’t know (since Gigi, he also kissed Kim Kardashian’s butt in Paris) is “okay”? Why he doesn’t try his luck grabbing Hulk Hogan or another strong guy, to see what happens? Horrible to think what people are capable of so they can shine for 10 second in the media…
The gossip part was all the sparks flying between Vogue editos and bloggers. Apparently, some Vogue editors are upset that blogger get payed to display clothes at fashion shows, which it’s pretty crazy, since that’s exactly how the fashion and show business work. Bloggers were pretty pissed and fought back.
The highlight of course were the designers, the collections and the beautiful shows. One that grabbed my attention was Moschino. Jeremy Scott, creative director of the brand, was inspired by paper dolls, and I thought that was fun and creative. The way the effects of the natural fabrics were 2D draw on the clothes, instead of creating the ruffles and curves on the fabric itself, wow, it looked great! I would love to see it in 3D. I’m very glad that contrary to paper doll clothes, his clothes had backs.