God Save The Food is this popular restaurant in Milan that sits opposite Armani’s spaceship grey headquarters, and close to those of Zegna, Canali, and Moncler. On any given day it’s filled to the brink with the young Milanese fashion crowd, who come for the salads and fresh-squeezed juices (labeled smoothies on the menu), and who probably stay for the gossip, but I don’t speak the language so it’s hard to tell. It’s also the closest any of us out-of-towners come to healthy-ish food while we’re here for fashion week, so it’s a regular pitstop during the shows.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! We came, we saw, we conquered. NYC to Milan and back, Thursday to Tuesday, four and a half days, in and out. Or so we thought.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Jenny Albright and I became fast friends from the first time we met in Auckland in 2010. She’d flown over for New Zealand Fashion Week, we bumped into each other at a party, she didn’t have a car, I did, so for the next week or so, I’d come pick her up every day, we’d hang out and grab coffee or see a movie, then she flew back to New York, and that was that. And then…..Click to Continue!
Anon asks: How are the fashion weeks going this time around? Do you still find it as fun as you used to when you first started out?
Hey, gidday mate! Fashion week has been pretty good, thanks. To answer your question, I enjoy myself more these days, but I’ll never forget the early days.Click to Continue!
Hey, gidday mates! Ciao bellas e bellos! Day two of Milan Fashion Week has just wrapped, and I’m running a day behind, so let’s kick things off with day one today, then day two tomorrow, and so on and so forth. You get my drift. So! It all started with Ermenegildo Zegna, and ended with Lil Wayne flipping the audience off and walking out of the Philipp Plein show 45 seconds into his set, which, as you can imagine, was an extreme disappointment for all concerned (but especially for his number one fan Jenny Albright).Click to Continue!