This year’s Ciao and Toni fashion show will begin on Thursday with the arrival of the new models and some of the iconic designers from the show.
The new Citta &.
Toni series will be presented by the iconic Italian fashion house of L’Oréal, and is a collaboration between fashion house La Scala and Italian agency L’Argentino.
The models and designers will be represented by designers including Luca Simeone, Mario Brugnaro, Simone Morandini, and Stefano Rinaldi.
This will be the first time in the history of the show that the Italian brand is not on the cover.
It is being promoted in a new edition of the magazine, and the first of the shows, which will be at the La Scala offices in Milan.
The first issue of the publication will be available on Wednesday.
La Scala, which is the parent company of L’.
Osservatore Romano, is a Milan-based agency and a partner of the fashion house.
The agency has produced a series of books and magazines, including a range of couture collections.
The designers’ work has also appeared in the latest issue of The Paris Fashion Week, as well as in a series by French fashion house Bespoke, as part of the global show.
In 2015, L’Ossdevatore was ranked second in the list of the world’s 100 most influential fashion houses, behind the Burberry-owned Burberry.
“We are extremely happy that La Scala has joined the Ciao& L’Onewolf, and we are proud to be able to work with La Scala on the series, as the brand has been an important part of our lives for many years,” La Scala head of marketing Maria Grazia Bazzi said.
“La Scala has always been a great partner, with an amazing history of collaboration and an incredible team.
We are very excited to be working with this brand in a few months’ time.” “
It’s our first collaboration with a brand in the new edition, and La Scala is already a very important partner in our business and in the Italian fashion scene.
We are very excited to be working with this brand in a few months’ time.”
The first of two shows is being presented at the new La Scala headquarters in Milan, where the fashion houses will show off their work and present their products to the public, according to La Scala.
“The two shows will be on a special floor, and they will be open to the media, and people can also buy tickets to the shows,” Grazi Bazzie said.
La Scala’s first two couture shows will take place on January 10 and January 11.
The second edition of Ciao will take the cover on February 1.