Our fashion director Justine Lee takes us around another hectic day at Milan Fashion Week, reporting on the latest shows, celebrity sightings and representing a bit of the Hong Kong fashion scene while she's at it. The show of the day: Tod's.
Yellow is the new black
Hopped over to the Fendi showroom for a re-see and got to take a closer look at the accessories. Loving the boxy bag shapes and the double F!
Rock my socks
Another shoe to add to my fall winter wishlist—red thigh highs from the show are still my number one—but these sock boots follow a close second.
Hong Kongers united
Good friends Candy Chuang and Nick Troedson have also touched down in Milan! Had a quick bite to eat with Candy, her mother Karen and Nick. PS—Candy's here to walk a show on Sunday, so stay tuned.
Naomi Campbell catching some shut eye at the Tod's presentation in an art installation by Thomas De Falco.
Man of the hour
Caught a glimpse of our former Hong Kong Tatler cover star Diego Della Valle doing a video interview.
An artistic director or creative director hasn't been named at Tod's yet but the collection was still strong as ever, including little double T bags worn around the neck and an impressive selection of leather outerwear.
With a little help from my friends
Jourden is a Hong Kong brand that I've been following closely since the very beginning, and Anais and Benny were nice enough to loan me this leopard coat from their Pre-Fall 2017 collection for this trip. Teamed here with a mini Tod's wave bag (attached to my waist strap for a hands-free approach).
Dinner with Hogan
Press from all around Asia united tonight for a dinner with Andrea Della Valle and the Hogan team. Great food (the restaurant is called Torre di Pisa) and even better company.