Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade Amp Up Couples’ Styling in Tank Top Pieces at Prada’s Menswear Milan Fashion Week Spring 2023 Show

Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade elevated couples’ summer styling while attending the Prada spring 2023 menswear show in Milan on Sunday. The pair held court in the front row in thoughtfully coordinated outfits, both centering their look around the same classic silhouette: a tank top.

For the event, Union, styled by Thomas Christos Kikis, wore a sleek and simple beige Prada tank dress that featured a fringed skirt from the mid-thigh to the floor. The skirt danced around the actress’ ankles, accentuating her black Prada stiletto sandals. The 49-year-old accessorized with gold Tiffany & Co. chain earrings, which were on full display with her hair pulled back into a tight bun. Union carried a black and beige Prada mini bag, which was patterned with the brand’s signature triangle.

Turning to a Prada classic, Wade — who was styled by Jason Bolden — wore a black boiler suit, which was worn

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Everything You Need to Know About Milan Fashion Week Men’s Spring 2023

Milan Fashion Week Men’s is heating up this week with the strong return to shows this season, after years of digital events and presentations now in the rear-view mirror.

Dsquared2 opened the week as the first physical fashion show on Friday, followed by 1017 Alyx 9SM’s runway show and presentations from Kiton and Billionaire. Zegna, the week’s typical opener, will close the festivities on Monday night. In between, spring/summer 2023 collections from Fendi, Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Prada, Gucci and more will be must-sees.

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Below, a look at everything you need to know about Milan Fashion Week Men’s spring/summer 2023 season, from buzzy runway moments, the best shoes at presentations around the city, and the top trends from showrooms, parties and more.

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Designer Giorgio Armani with the models of the Emporio Armani spring 2023 show in Milan. – Credit: STEFANO GUINDANI

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All The Best Street Style From Australian Fashion Week

The most preeminent occasion of the Australian fashion calendar is here, and along with the beginnings of some wet winter weather comes a host of great style.

Kicking off on May 9, Afterpay Australian Fashion Week (AAFW) sees the Aussie style pack flock to Sydney’s Carriageworks for a glimpse of the new season designer collections. But while we traditionally look to the runway to set up and coming trends for the year, what’s become an event in and of itself is the surrounding street style.

Known for our effortless approach to fashion, the crowds at AAFW always unearth a heap of style inspo to mine from, and if day one is indicative of how the rest of the week will play out, they’re not here to disappoint.

Last year we saw show-goers lean heavily towards neutrals, fluid shapes and relaxed suiting, but this year has seen a drastic shift

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Black Fashion Week Minnesota Pays Tribute To Prince At His Estate

Prince‘s unparalleled breadth of style challenged the boundaries of masculinity, sex, race, and rock ’n’ roll with his fantastical onstage costumes.

This same fashion style has inspired a new Black Fashion Week Minnesota event to encourage a movement of creativity and empowerment in the Black design community.

“Design of the Times” takes place today at the legendary Soundstage at Paisley Park in Chanhassen, Minnesota, which was the estate and design studio home of the late music and fashion icon, the Star-Tribune reported. The event features fashion, music, and a Q&A panel with Prince’s longtime designer Debbie McGuan.

McGuan, who had worked with Prince from 1993 to 2007, recalled just how creative and innovative Prince was with his fashion style. From silk-screened suits to a white jumpsuit with a glyph sewn on the front, McGuan brought some of Prince’s iconic pieces to life from the singer-songwriter’s in-house wardrobe

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