Radar: The Runways of Milan and Red Carpet of Celebs

This week we are featuring Red Carpet fashion, a few of the most talked-about collections of Milan Fashion Week, and the controversial hats that took the Missoni runway by storm.

1. Prada x Pulp Fiction  

Miuccia Prada’s Fall 2017 collection featured prints from 60’s paperback novels by illustrator Robert E. McGinnis.  

2. Sustainable Fashion With Emma Watson  

Emma Watson is raising awareness for sustainable fashion by documenting her looks for the “Beauty and The Beast” press tour and highlighting the impact of what went into making them.

3. #TiedTogether One Step Further  

See designers sporting the white bandanas and find out how you can help raise money for The American Civil Liberties Union and UN Refugee Agency with each #TiedTogether post.

4. The Stuff of Fairytales

 View the most recent collections of Paul Vasileff, designer of Australian Couture label Paolo Sebastian, in this extravagant editorial.

5. Olivia Kim and The Lab  

Learn how Nordstrom plans to support young designers with this new incubator project.

6. Ciao Again, Pussy Hats  

Celebrating femininity and individuality, Missoni calls their Fall collection a “protest collection,”  dressing over forty models in pink “pussy hats” for the final looks.

7. Streep Responds to Lagerfeld  

Meryl Streep responds to the rumors about being paid to wear her red carpet gown with a statement saying that Karl Lagerfeld did not apologize regarding the controversy.

8. Dolce & Gabbana RTW  

People of all ages, shapes, and ethnicities came together for the Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2017 show to communicate the message of accepting yourself as you are.

9. Blue Ribbons At the Oscars  

Celebrities are showing their support for The American Civil Liberties Union by including a blue ribbon in their attire.

10. Red Carpet Roundup  

With awards season comes red carpet attire. In Style has rounded up all of the looks from the 2017 Academy Awards.

Words by Carly Walker

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