Missed this weekend’s set of live panels? Not to worry, because the Dolce e Gabbana, Calvin Klein, and Prada panels are now all available on demand.
Our Dolce and Gabbana panel included writer Natalie Theo, musician Tafari Hinds, journalist Katie Baron, and milliner Stephen Jones discussing the duality of the two designers; ‘you get that yin and yang- Domenico is the tailoring and history, and Stefano is the party side’, said Baron. For a twist, own Nick Knight posed an interesting question to the panel: ‘Could there be a Dolce without a Gabbana? Could there be a Gabbana without a Dolce?’
The Calvin Klein panel featured creative consultant Gary Aspden, designer Liam Hodges, and editor Dal Chodha, noting ‘Calvin Klein and Marky Mark changed the way every man wore his trousers for the next fifteen years’, but ultimately conceding that ‘you can’t rely purely on nostalgia’.
Finally, the Prada panel saw fashion designer Maarten van der Horst, editorial director Harriet Quick, creative director Mimma Viglezio, and fashion designer Martine Rose discussing the subversive qualities of Prada, along with Miuccia Prada’s famed obsession with ‘ugly’. ‘I think that’s the most appealing thing about Prada, it’s slightly gross’, said Rose. All three panels available now were chaired by resident host Daryoush Haj-Najafi.
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