• A trip to pre-revolutionary France 
    A trip to pre-revolutionary France 

    This season Thom Browne took a trip to 18th century France prior to the brutal happenings of the French Revolution, and more towards the scandalous times of Marie Antoinette where he took cues of dress and culture as stimuli for his SS20 collections. [...]

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  • The Harmony of Funk
    The Harmony of Funk

    Sacai designer Chitose Abe took comfort in being inspired by an interpretation of harmony for her SS20 collection. With funk singer songwriter George Clinton as her muse, she crafted a collection that was strongly influenced by the artist’s 1978 ‘One Nation Under A Groove’ album cover as well as his music in general. [...]

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  • An Optimist Rhythm
    An Optimist Rhythm

    Prada’s SS20 Men’s collection marked a moment when Creative Director Miuccia Prada was moving to quite an optimistic tune. For the collection presented in Shanghai last year, Mrs. Prada explored notions of optimism and simplicity throughout masculinity. [...]

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  • A Style
    A Style

    For SS20 , designer Miuccia Prada stepped away from the traditional grandeur glamours of fashion to strip things back and focus on the concept of personal style. Each look from the collection was tailored precisely to fit and highlight the model’s personal and physical attributes. [...]

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  • Constructs of power & social politics in everyday life
    Constructs of power & social politics in everyday life

    Last September, for Balenciaga’s SS20 show Creative Director Demna Gvasalia channelled his creativity in a show sparked by the concept of power and power dressing as an extension. [...]

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  • Marée Noire
    Marée Noire

    For SS20, Marine Serre, the young Parisian brand on the tip of everyone's tongue, imagined a world post apocalypse where only a few had survived the catastrophic effects of climate change and mass extinction. With hints of humor and a strong dose of reality the designer crafted a semi-sustainable collection depicting a grim reality [...]

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  • A play on fluidity and comfort
    A play on fluidity and comfort

    Angela Missoni’s SS20 collection for Missoni was centred around the theme of interchangeability between genders. With inspiration from the flexible approach to clothing which celebrity couple Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg held during the 70’s, she staged a show which played on the narrative of stretching beyond the boundaries of gendered clothing, with a bohemian / dandy like twist. [...]

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  • Power, individuality and fashion explored
    Power, individuality and fashion explored

    For creative Alessandro Michele , Gucci SS20 was about scaling back from his renown maximalism to a referential to Gucci in the period of the 90’s. The show opened with a few models who came out on conveyor belts, wearing variations of straight jackets. [...]

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  • A Fresh Proposal to Modern Luxury
    A Fresh Proposal to Modern Luxury

    Many of the major players in the streetwear industry have recently been subtly making the shift towards a sharper style of menswear including designer Matthew Williams of 1017 Alyx 9SM who for the past few seasons has been aiming to find his voice in the world classic tailoring, while still remaining true to his streetwear roots. His SS20 show was the peak of this transition [...]

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  • Ethereal, Poetic & Aristocratic
    Ethereal, Poetic & Aristocratic

    The great poetic value of precision and detail which reigned in the past was what sparked the inspiration behind Loewe’s Spring Summer 2020 collection. Creative Director Jonathan Anderson’s vision was one that began with a homage to the era of homemade and handcrafted with references to the 16th and 17th centuries, put in his words “when the craft was in the tiniest thing…when you had to rely on precision.” [...]

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  • NY Paris 1993
    NY Paris 1993

    Designer Clare Waight Keller created a dialogue between the gritty glam of New York in the ‘90s and the couture ridden scenes of Paris in the ‘80s for Givenchy’s SS20 show.  “When I arrived in New York, I was very much a tomboy, and there was this raw, boyish energy,” she commented. [...]

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  • Luxurious Simplicities
    Luxurious Simplicities

    Tom Ford SS20 Men's collection played along the narrative of a simplistic approach to luxury with hints of adventure throughout. Except this season, it featured an even greater dosage of fun. [...]

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  • Le Coup de Soleil
    Le Coup de Soleil

    Spring Summer 2020 marked the dawn of French designer Jacquemus’ first step on his journey to coed fashion shows as well as the brand’s 10th anniversary. [...]

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  • 6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM Launches Collection
    6 MONCLER 1017 ALYX 9SM Launches Collection

    A year ago, Moncler officially launched the second edition of the Moncler Genius program with a big event in the centre of Milan during fashion week that brought together hundreds of spectators. Among their nine collaborators was the Italian streetwear brand 1017 ALYX 9SM , run by designer Matthew Williams. [...]

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  • UP TO 60% OFF
    UP TO 60% OFF

    New items added on fall winter 19, new brands discounted.

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  • A Hint of Adapted History
    A Hint of Adapted History

    For the first time, IL Duomo Novara is currently carrying pieces from Maison Alaïa’s latest collection. Azzedine Alaïa is known as the late French designer predominantly remembered for his remarkably precise hand in couture tailoring. Which meant to say a lot of his greatest pieces, fabrics & patterns were held in the archive containing several different versions than the ones released. The Spring Summer 2020 RTW collection is a nod to that vast archive. [...]

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  • Marni FW19 - A  Neuorerotik Escape
    Marni FW19 - A Neuorerotik Escape

    Marni's Fall Winter 2019 show was about a Neuroerotik escape curated by creative director Francesco Risso. As the name suggests, creative director Francesco Risso envisioned the show to be a fantaerotic escape game. A game based on the themes of sexuality, sensuality and mind play. IL Duomo has in store some of the staple pieces from this collection. [...]

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  • MSGM Men's FW19 - TURBO !
    MSGM Men's FW19 - TURBO !

    Massimo Giorgetti had a rather exciting impulse for the inspiration behind his Fall Winter '19 MSGM collection. The art of motor racing culture and the adrenaline from the velocity behind it was his sole focus. iL Duomo carries some of the iconic pieces from this collection inspired by the rush of the sport. [...]

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  • Maison Margiela FW19 - The Beauty in Decadence
    Maison Margiela FW19 - The Beauty in Decadence

    If there were a list of designers who have over time become experts at breaking gender norms and perfecting deeply thought out tales in fashion, John Galliano would undoubtedly be on the top of that list. For Maison Margiela’s FW19 collection, the house’s creative director gave us both the pertinent and the poetic in a co-ed collection which stripped standard tailoring to its core. [...]

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  • The Blueprints of An Abandoned Amusement Park
    The Blueprints of An Abandoned Amusement Park

    Marcelo Burlon is the Milan based designer with an ever-growing popularity among Italian millennials and Gen Z streetwear enthusiasts. His clientele including a wide range of people from 15 year old boys to rappers, to his very peers in age. [...]

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