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Grammy Awards 2017: the Greatest Night of the music on February 12nd!

The Grammy Award, originally called the Gramophone Award,  is one of the most important awards in the United States dedicated to music industry achievements. This event is organized by The Recording Academy, and its relevance in the music can be compared to Oscar awards in the cinema world.

The 59th Grammy Awards ceremony will take place on the 12nd of February in Los Angeles at the Staples Center, and the event will begin at 08:00 p.m. (at 05:00 a.m. in Italy).

For the first time James Corden  will host this edition, replacing LL Cool J, who was the presenter of Grammy Award editions from 2012 until 2016.

This year the nominees’ list for these prestigious music awards boasts many artists: Beyoncé, Adele, Bruno Mars, the Weeknd, Daft Punk, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Metallica, Chance the Rapper, John Legend, Carrie Underwood, Keith Urban, A Tribe Called Quest, Alicia Keys and Little Big Town are only some of the singers who will perform on Sunday night.

Beyoncé is topping the nominee’s list with nine nominations for her applauded album Lemonade, and will struggle against Adele, who has received five nominations, in the main categories, such as “Album of the Year” (Beyoncé with Lemonade, Adele with 25), “Song of the Year” (Beyoncé with “Formation”, Adele with “Hello”) and Record of the Year (“Formation”, “Hello”).   

Grammy Awards not only celebrate music and artists’ performances. Artists show their glamorous outfits leaving their own mark in fashion’s world.

Unlike Oscar and Golden Globe nights, Grammy Awards ceremony are a fashion source of inspiration for the participants. The outfits shown off on this prestigious occasion will give a significant twist to the year trends.

We have just to wait Sunday night to discover who will be the winners of this edition and which outfits will amaze us.

Stay tuned! 

The "Big Four" Fashion weeks 2017: all the dates and events of New York, London, Milan and Paris runway shows

The “Big Four” Fashion weeks of New York, London, Milan and Paris are the most eagerly awaited haute couture event of the year.

Many maison decide to show their last ready-to-wear collections on this prestigious occasion.

February 2017 will present an exciting array of initiatives dedicated to Fashion and new trend discovery. 

New York Fashion Week opens this glamorous event: Fashion month takes place here and is set to show new Fall/Winter 2017-2018 Women’s collections. Following this are London, Milan and Paris Fashion weeks.

New York Fashion Week 2017

The first Fashion Week starts between the Skylight Clarkson Square and the space Industria at 40 Bethune Street in New York from 9th to 16th of February. Tom Ford, Tommy Hilfiger, Rebecca Minkoff and Rachel Zoe  will not take part in the event and will present their new collections in Los Angeles. On the other side Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, Calvin Klein, Narciso Rodriguez and Marc Jacobs, who will close out the event, are some of the prestigious brands that will show off their latest creations for Fall/Winter 2017-2018 season. Rodarte has decided that its collection will not walk the catwalk this year, while Philipp Plein left Milan to take part in Big Apple’s fashion week.

London Fashion Week 2017

This year London Fashion Week is blended with London Fashion Weekend, that consists in initiatives dedicated to interviews, trends and shopping areas. Fashion “experts” are invited to 17th – 21st February events, while non-specialists can take part in 23rd – 26th February initiatives. Roland Mouret will celebrate the 20th anniversary of his label, and also Chalayan will return to the fashion scene on this glamorous occasion.  Daks, Bora Aksu and Paul Costelloe are some of the designers who will inaugurate the event on Friday 17th of Feburary, while on the 18th of February Chalayan’s, Faustine Steinmetz’s, Julien Macdonald’s, Ports 1961’s, J.W Anderson’s, Simone Rocha’s, House of Holland’s, Gareth Pugh’s and Versus’ collections will enliven the fashion show. On Sunday 19th it will be the turn of Mouret, Peter Pilotto, Mulberry, Mm6 Maison Margiela and Mary Katrantzou, while on Suday 20th Antonio Berardi, Roksanda, Erdem, Pringle of Scotland, Christopher Kane will introduce their new collections, and Burberry will propose “see now, buy now” show. About ten designers such as Taka Naka, Marques'Almeida and Amanda Wakeley will close the event on Tuesday 21st.  

Milan Fashion Week 2017

The Milan event will take place from 22nd to 27th of February and will follow closely the last fashion week array of initiatives.  There will be some notable news: the return of Emporio Armani (that exceptionally showed its collections in Paris six months ago), Missoni’s runway moved up to Saturday morning instead of Sunday afternoon, the absence of Ports 1961 (who will take part in London Fashion Week on February 18th), Roberto Cavalli (in a process of a reorganization and currently without a creative director) and Philipp Plein, who will show his collection in New York event.  Other brands, such as Dsquared2, disappeared in the calendar, since they opted for “combined” fashion shows during Fashion Week Men’s in January. In this edition only Giorgio Armani and Emporio Armani decide to have double fashion shows; while Gucci, as well as Jil Sander and Marni, has opted for a unique show. Giorgio Armani will close out Milan Fashion Week Women’s with his traditional first line runway show.

Paris Fashion Week 2017

The month dedicated to Fashion will close with women's proposals for Fall/Winter 2017-2018 in the French capital. This year Paris Fashion Week will end one day earlier and take place from 28th of February to 7th of March. Many labels will take part in the opening day, and Saint Laurent will close the inauguration with both women’s and men’s collections. The following labels will show their creations during the week: Maison Margiela, Lanvin, Dries Van Noten, Guy Laroche, Kenzo (on Wednesday 1st of March); Paco Rabanne, Balmain, Isabel Marant, Off-White (on Thursday 2th of March), Issey Miyake, Christian Dior, Yohji Yamamoto (on Friday 3rd of  March); DROMe, Elie Saab, Vivienne Westwood, Nina Ricci (on Saturday 4th of March); Balenciaga, John Galliano, Givenchy (on Sunday 5th of March); Stella McCartney, Hermès, Alexander McQueen (on Monday 6th of March). Considering that Paris Fashion week will last less days this year, many labels will show their collection on the last day: in addition to Miu Miu, Chanel, Moncler Gamme Rouge, Louis Vuitton and, finally, Paul & Joe will close out the event on the 7th of March. 

AltaRoma: Rome’s most famous fashion event devoted to international Haute Couture is coming back

AltaRoma fashion event devoted to international Haute Couture and to emerging designer’s promotion will take place from the 26th to 29th of January 2017 at Guido Reni District in Rome.

This winter edition consists in four day events, fashion shows, exhibitions and cultural projects enlivening Rome with a mix of tradition and innovation.

According to the temporary plan, 19 fashion shows will let the public discover the new Spring/Summer 2017 collections. Renowned Rome haute couture stylists such as Renato Balestra and Gattinoni will take part in the event along with new designers, many of which launched by "Who Is On Next?" AltaRoma’s contest in collaboration with Vogue Italia.

Greta Boldini’s and Marianna Cimini’s runway shows will inaugurate the fasion week on the 26th of January at Guido Reni District. The fifth edition of “New designer at Coin Excelsior” is one of the most important AltaRoma’s events this year, that will be opened by the 2015 edition winner Giannico’s performance and by No’ Ka oi’s last sporty-chic collection.  Brognano’s (last year winner of "Who Is On Next?” ), Melampo’s, Giada Curti’s, Morfosis’, Camaiani’s, Sabrina Persechino’s, Rani Zakhem’s, Camillo Bona’s and Nino Lettieri’s fashion shows will also take place during the event. 

Altaroma’s calendar includes initiatives blending art with fashion and culture, such as Filippo Laterza Arte” event that’ll show a Capsule Collection devoted to the the Contemporary Art protagonists Tamara de Lempicka, Yayoi Kusama, Henri Matisse, Lucio Fontana, Kazimir Malevic, Gustav Klimt, Yves Klein, Vincent Van Gogh, “Gianni Versace Inspiration” exhibition, American photographer and artist Jeff Bark’s video installation showing the international couture of Krikor Jabotian, Aouadi Paris, Anthony Grimaldi and Hussein Bazaza, and the Fendi’s exhibition “Matrice” at Colosseo Quadrato. Chiara Boni will take part in AltaRoma’s event, too. She will inaugurate her first boutique “Chiara Boni-La petite robe” located in via del Babuino 141/142 on the 28th of January.

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