After the breathtaking fashion shows from London Fashion Week, fashionistas jumped over to Milan to view their dazzling showcase of top fashion designers. In a time when fashion’s role in society is questioned among the international problems that mount, Milan Fashion Week held true to Italian culture while embracing this unknown question. Now that fashion week has left Milan, KOKET gives you our favorite looks from Milan Fashion Week.
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Prada’s Spring theme was Days of Future Past channeling 90s minimalism, retro prints and the romantic flair of the early and mid-1900s.
Ostrich and Marabou feather accents trimmed clothing and accessories adding a pop of luxe glamour.
Celebrating the 50th anniversary of Bottega Veneta, this collection was chic and sporty while reminding devotees the of the fashion house aesthetic.
The highlight of the show was Gigi Hadid and Lauren Hutton, two great models, walk arm in arm down the runway to symbolize the eternal classiness of the brand.
Jeremy Scott at Moschino debuted a provocative collection playing on the idea of paper dolls, complete with white folding tabs attached to the clothing.
Gigi Hadid opened the show wearing a long dress capturing the iconic paper doll body prior to being clothed.
Dsquared2’s Milan Fashion Week collection was hip and edgy with Swarovski crystal detail, ripped jeans and animal prints.
Bold bright colors, miniskirts and ruffles also made an appearance in this cohesive yet creative collection.
Although not a favorite with fashion critics, the Trussardi collection shows ingenuity with Gaia Trussardi architectural influence.
Lots of lines and geometric prints played a role in her Milan Fashion Week collection.
Donatella Versace took an athletic approach to her Spring Ready to Wear collection, showing jumpsuits, tracksuits and windbreakers.
The collection was not without the Versace woman empowerment, complete with a gorgeous cast of models.
Alessandro Michele’s dark and unique ready to wear collection was a mix of Elton John meets Hollywood Cemetery, with a spooky yet darkly romantic glam vibe.
Models donned rhinestone-studded glasses and long dresses while strutting down a plush pink runway.
Fresh from the couture show at the Trevi Fountain, the ready to wear collection included feminine remnants of his previous fairytale style such as florals and ruffles.
Karl Lagerfeld and Silvia Venturini Fendi kept the collection grounded by mixing in modern prints and patterns.
Roberto Cavalli’s runway show elevated the bohemian trend with patchwork, flares and wispy flowy dresses, all with a touch of the modern glam Cavalli is known for.
No Cavalli show is complete without his signature animal print, which was subtlety mixed in with the vintage prints.
Dolce & Gabbana
The Dolce & Gabbana Milan Fashion Week show stayed true to the fashion house’s deep seeded Italian culture while mixing in modern and youthful accents.
Aiming to target younger millennials, the show opened with a street dance performance, but followed with a more traditional runway show.
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Image source: Vogue
Written and edited by: Shannon Sherlin