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La robe de mariée portée par la styliste a d'ailleurs beaucoup fait parler d'elle sur Instagram.
Quand Giovanna Battaglia, styliste pour le Vogue Japan, se marie, elle voit les choses en grand.
Yes, the internet, social media, texting, online dating are all relatively new and we’re all trying the best we can to make up the rules as we go along.
But as anyone who has so much as glanced at their Twitter mentions or realized their best friend from high school unfollowed them on Instagram can tell you, people are monsters online. “Mastering the art of everyday conversation means remembering that it’s a two-way street, with thoughts and ideas shared in both directions,” they write.
La styliste n'aime pas faire comme tout le monde et a donc choisi de porter une création rétro qui rappelle les robes de princesse.
C'était la moindre des choses pour cette Cendrillon des temps modernes.
See everyone from Laure Hériard Dubreuil in Gucci to Bianca Brandolini in Dolce & Gabbana in our slide-show, above.
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Long gone are the questions of ashtrays on the dinner table and chaperones from past editions.The antidote all of this is to “tear down your electronic brick wall” by spending time with others IRL.Online communication is not just easier, in many cases, but unavoidable. They advocate for the send delay/undo send function on email, remind us that all caps means yelling online, and to use caution when replying all.As for her brother, Vladimir Restoin-Roitfeld, he's still doing the promoter thing; when asked recently about marrying his girlfriend Giovanna Battaglia, who he's been dating just over a year, he replied: "I'm very much in love, but my parents never got married and they have been together for 31 years.
If you don't get married, you can't get divorced." And speaking of his parents, Vladimir admitted that despite her position, his mother Carine Roitfeld doesn't have a closet bursting with free clothes: "Actually, my mum has never had a lot of clothes, and she has a tiny wardrobe. There's one long cupboard in her bedroom, and you never see shoes lying about anywhere else.
Between Dolce & Gabbana's recent legal woes (which have led to them threatening to close their business) and the sales of major Italian brands to French or other foreign firms, it can feel like the Italian fashion scene is in a state of attrition.