October 2, 2013

Follow the fashion leaders. Prada, Dolce & Gabbana and Roberto Cavalli

Dolce & Gabbana SS14

Today’s the last day of the fall fashion weeks festival, and the fashion overdrive caused by a clear overdose of beauty is only mildly comparable with the other overdose, the one of over-tweeting. What am I talking about? It is a distinctly healthy habit, as a matter of fact, a reflex response shown by hundreds of thousands of passionate fashion lovers, that is variably triggered by the receiving of an invitation to the Armani show, by Cara Delevingne’s stepping onto the podium or by the shape and texture of the new Ferragamo bootie.

Eager to know who have been this season’s top stimuli? Here we have the data for the ecstatic #milanfashionweek, and the peaks of enthusiasm have been hit, with waves of @s and #s, during, chronologically, the Gucci, Prada, Versace, Roberto Cavalli and Dolce & Gabbana shows, while the mentioning, retweeting and comment power belongs to the same five leading houses – not just in the fashion industry, but also for millions of followers – in variable top combinations.

Now, the essential having been said, I’m going back to my sweet self imposed duty of being part of the most sophisticated conversations of the moment #gucci #prada #robertocavalli #versace #justcavalli #fendi #armani #dolcegabbana and I’m waiting for you to join in, as I already know you agree, the collections have been just spectacular!

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Photo sources: Dolce & Gabbana, Versace, Roberto Cavalli, Gucci, misurarelacomunicazione.it