HOW TO COVER MILAN? AND HOW TO GET SNAPPED BY PHOTOGRAPHERS




Hiya, after New York and London, Milan Fashion Week is well under way by now, only too bad I missed two good days, thinking (stupid! stupid!) no shows were being broadcast live... and doing reports based on press images just would not cut it. Luckily, some designers are definitely doing live or on-demand streaming of full shows, so once I get around to double-checking I may review some favourites.


First, will catch up with Prada, Versace and hopefully DSquared2, and looking forward to Dolce & Gabbana, Bottega Veneta, Missoni and a few more. If you're a style freak make sure you visit Dolce & Gabbana to see the show live online or on mobile, and don't forget to check whether the official Milan fashion week website live stream actually works!

For now, it's just a bit of fun found on BFR Mag, inspired by the phenomenon regarded as lowlife behaviour by professional slash simply decent showgoers. That is, teteering around outside fashion show venues trying to look significant and get snapped by street style reporters or photographers. Well, for some it's a living, if we count trainspotting as a living. So, it's a clear DON'T, you've been warned - but, once you start down the dark path, this is how you do it.


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