There is something that I feel to say about the fashion week: if you are invited at a show, please go in advance. It is like attending the red carpet before the Oscar Cerimony.

A few minutes before the beginning of the show, after a huge collection of pictures, the guests finally go in. And who is not invited, go home.

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Here they start to snapchatting every single fly around.

Now you think that guests can not wait to see what the creative director decided to propose for the new season, but is not always like this.

What happened at the Fausto Puglisi show, was that a certain point, when everyone was at it’s own seat (except for Suzy Menkes and Anna Dello Russo) someone crashed in.

Guess who? Amanda Lepore.

What happened is priceless. Everyone left the seats (in a speed of light) that after one hour outside everyone was dreaming, especially women.  After ten seconds, the semi-naked diva was surrounded  by a thousand of people and photographers.

When everyone was back at its seat, Belen arrived, but I need to admit that the interest was not even  comparable to the Lepore achieved success.

Now, it’s Fausto Puglisi time! Bianca Balti opened the show, as often happened for Dolce&Gabbana runway. Madonna’s voice opened the show, tribute to her last album where during the tour she wore a cape designed by Puglisi.

The fall/winter collection was a mix between sporty and cowboy trends. He reinterpreted the Varsity jacket, that matched with beanie hats. Even if sporty is a trend that does not belong to F.P., he was able to transform it into his signature. Clear proof of his awesome skills.

“Puglisi will never be a minimalist, and thank goodness.” Nicole Phelps,

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