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Themed New Year’s parties are a great way to see usher out the old and bring in the new in style. From a specific decade through to a TV show and beyond, there’s a theme to suit any venue and group of friends. Whatever the theme, we’ve put together a guide on how you can look good and feel fabulous this New Year!
Whether you’re going to a wedding, work function or trendy house party, you might be advised to follow a particular dress code. In the past, dress codes included black tie, semi-formal, cocktail or business casual. Nowadays, people are getting more creative. Understanding the more unusual dress codes can help you avoid confusion at your next event.
Conceived by Cristiana Schieppati and organized by Crisalide Press in collaboration with Milan City Council, the Chi ? Chi Awards - now in their sixteenth year - opened the ball at the Milan fashion week, as has been the custom for the last sixteen years, with a ceremony at the Palazzo Marino in Milan.
I think the time has passed when the best dressed men at the red carpet were only the ones dressed in Gucci or Armani. At least that's what most of the magazines that write about the red carpet were trying to convince us all the time. Now that men have many options to buy a custom made suit they can show some original style on the red carpet, not just wear black, don't you think? And it is a shame that most of them, even celebrities, still wear ill-fitting black ready-to-wear suits.
The Nastro d'Argento (Silver Ribbon) is an Italian film award - the oldest movie award in Europe. This year the awards ceremony was held at the Teatro Antico, Taormina, Sicily Island, Italy, on July 2, 2016. And what a surprise - all gentlemen were dressed in similar black suits, making them look one and the same.
In the collection you can find unconstructed and garment dyed products, alongside with more formal proposals, such as business and 'black tie' dinner suits.
Black tie is a dress code of formal wear for evening events and social functions, derived from British and American costume conventions of the 19th century. Do you agree that those old costume conventions should change? Wouldn't it be much better if men dress in colours like women and not wear only black suits on formal ceremonies (the Academy Awards, Grammy Awards, MTV Awards, etc.)? Some men do it, but they are still few.