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Friday, 12 October 2012

Pandemonia at Nico Didonna's Italian Cultural Institute show

Knowing Pandemonia had made him collars to match her new outfits, Snowy awoke very excited about London Fashion Week.

For her first big event at the Italian Cultural Institute, for Modaitalianalondon, the gorgeous fashionista chose to wear a brand new turquoise wrap dress with contrasting sleeves, all carefully contrived and weaved together with a very aesthetically pleasing belt and fabulous blonde hair do with yellow highlights.

I ask you, could she look any more fabulous?  I actually believe Mr. Whippy may approach her for some advertising work in the very near future... 

On their very stylish arrival, greeted by a volley of photographers and fans, Pandemonia and Snowy met with Carlo Presenti, the Director of the Institute. Carlo says he:

"created and organised Modaitalianalondon, to bring together innovative Italian fashion and food."

After a brief chat with Pandemonia and a little pet of Snowy, Carlo invited the two fashionistas to attend the fashion show on the first floor of the institute, launched by none other than Nico Didonna.

Virtually salivating with anticpation, Pandemonia and Snowy scaled the stairs to find themselves seated in a very impressive vantage point, enabling them to see Nico's collection sail by.  All of it was paraded on a multitude of gorgeous female models; complimented significanlty by a couple of strapping Nico's menswear models.

It's worth a brief note here to comment on the remarkable performances from M&P models and First model management, without whom the show wouldn't have been such a success.  The same can be said for Christoper Ciccone, who accessorised the show with a stunning rubber footwear range and Bronzallure rose gold plated jewellery & watches.  Pandemonia and Snowy managed to have a chat with Christopher Ciccone at the end of the show, who confessed that

"Nico's show is the Ciccone brand's first global runway show"

Pandemonia and Snowy were of course treated to a chat with the man behind it all, Mr. Nicco Didonna.  He had this to say:
"I loved my show in this exquisite setting, and later I'm hosting a party with Christopher at my flagship store, with LA band "Early Morning Rebel" playing a live set, and then on Sunday I'm flying off to New York, for the Coterie trade fare"
Such a busy high flying fashion guru!
How can we keep up!
More to come on Pandemonia's visit to the Italian Cultural Institute next week
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