Italian designer Diletta Cancellato is doing all kinds of crazy good things with knitwear. Growing up alongside her tailor grandfather, Diletta learned every detail of quality clothing construction first hand. She continued her education in Milan but it wasn't until she completed her MFA at
Afternoon dress, American, ca. 1882. Olive ribbed silk & silk velvet. Probably made from European textiles, which were most likely woven in Lyons, France. Front panel of voided velvet has stylized floral pattern that recalls antique Italian and Ottoman textiles depicting pomegranates or carnations. Fashion Institute of Technology
While giving her New York Primary victory speech in April, Hillary rocked a $12,495 tweed jacket designed by Italian fashion icon Giorgio Armani. Just like any other middle class, working woman would wear.