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    Alessandro Michele takes over creative direction at Valentino

    Alessandro Michele was confirmed as Pierpaolo Piccioli's successor as Valentino's artistic director this week. Its performance will take place in the Maison's Women's and Men's Haute Couture and Ready to Wear Collections, and its debut will take place in September, presenting Summer 2025.
    “I feel enormous joy and have an enormous responsibility at the prospect of being part of a couture house like Valentino that has the word “beauty” engraved in a collective history in which peculiar elegance, refinement and grace merge to the extreme”, declares Alessandro.

    Supreme + MM6 Maison Margiela

    Supreme launched last Thursday (28) in the United States its new collaboration with MM6 Maison Margiela, Maison Margiela's secondary line. Combining Supreme's streetwear pieces and iconography with MM6's avant-garde tailoring, the collaboration offers a wide range of fits, embodying Margiela's design philosophy, providing subtle, subversive twists to otherwise mundane everyday outfits.

    Adidas Box Shoes

    Following the ugly shoes trend, Adidas takes the lead in the April 1st teaser and launches its "Box Shoe". At first glance, a standard blue Adidas shoebox, complete with iconic branding and design. However, upon closer inspection, you will notice perforations on the sides and a tab in the midfoot, serving as an entry point for the feet. The shoes are on the Adidas app with the tag “price upon request”.

    MASP Renner

    Masp Renner, a collaborative project between stylists and visual artists that has been in development since 2018, debuted its third season last Friday (22 March) with the exhibition 'Art in fashion: MASP Renner'. Each year, the project welcomes a new curator who invites ten pairs of creators, always a stylist and an artist, to work together to create looks that will later be integrated into the museum's fashion collection. The objective is to explore the possibilities of combining fashion and art and create unique pieces, which will be presented in an unprecedented exhibition, this year bringing together for the first time all the pieces from the three seasons of the project, developed between 2018 and 2022, occupying the second MASP basement.