Top quality Italian language fashion mag with an English translation at the back. Maglieria Italiana (translation: Italian Knitwear) is devoted to the world of Italian knitwear based fashion.
This high-class magazine essentially serves as a compendium of all the latest knitted styles to come out of Italy, featuring the biggest name designers and reports from catwalks not just in Italy but across the globe – London, Paris, New York, Barcelona and so on. Maglieria Italiana provides a photographic compilation of all the collections of the top designers work, making this a fantastic reference point for any fashionista.
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We’re impressed that knitwear seems to be making a huge comeback in the world of fashion. It seems like not that long ago to us that knitting was primarily the preserve of the friendly grandmother, making garments for her grandchildren. Any such piece of clothing made was inevitably ill-fitting and scratchy, though they nevertheless conveyed the love that was put into making them.
Perhaps it’s just us (or more likely just me, I’m perpetually out of the loop when it comes to fashion), but we didn’t notice knitwear making its storming comeback until well after it already had. Well, we missed the revival of the big sunglasses as well, so we’re obviously just not that observant. What this proves, however, is that fashion is incredibly cyclical – things will be stylish one decade and out the next. Pretty much anything you care to pick will go from little-known to common, to fashionable to hideous and then back again. We firmly predict that before long flares will find their way back to the heights of fashion (who knows, perhaps they already have?).
The only exception to this is 80s shoulderpads. Brrrr, what were we thinking? NB