As the city creeps back to normal, designers at Armani, Prada, Zegna, Tod’s and Etro show their grit.
MILAN — If 15 months away from live fashion has taught us anything, it is that viewing fashions digitally is as satisfying as pretending to dine by looking through the window of a restaurant. “You have to see it, smell it, feel it,” Nick Sullivan, the creative director of Esquire, said on Saturday afternoon in griddle-pan hot Milan.
Pausing for a cigarette beside some tram tracks following a Dolce & Gabbana show, Mr. Sullivan reflected on his decision to rejoin the caravan traveling to the shows that designers are beginning, with considerable caution,
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