But since we have nothing to add on that front, we can say it's Men's Fashion Week in Milan, so if you want to know what's going to be on sale this time next year, Style.com has every look from every collection that matters. We can't really review a show without actually being there, but we're happy to hynpnotize ourselves with the latest runway shots. Click here to be a year ahead of the game.
The Times takes another crack at "The Devil Wears Prada", and still no review yet. This time, Ruth La Ferla, who knows a thing or two about clothes, finds that the fashion crowd doesn't think the wardrobe is quite dead-on chic enough. Oh, silly fashion crowd! Don't you know that you're the ones being made fun of in the movie?
"I find it astounding that all these people in the movie have so much
time to change," said Hal Rubenstein, the fashion director of InStyle
magazine. "By and large, if you go from work to an event in the
evening, you change your shoes, your jewelry and your bag, the same way
that the magazine editors tell their readers to do."
Poor Hal's probably still wondering how the kids on "Friends" could afford such great apartments. We can't wait for the review. We hope it's not as overthought as Manohla Dargis' irrelevant 'Superman Returns" review. (It's a superhero movie, Manny.)