Milan Fashion Week: What You Missed

Milan Fashion Week made us truly fall in love with fashion all over again, giving us the modern, the classic, and the unusual. From Dolce and Gabbana’s tribute to motherhood, to Mischino’s theme of Looney Tunes, MFW left us in awe from start to finish.

Giorgio Armani

The show’s runway took us to a world of endless dreams and ethereal energy with the heavenly shades of blue, green, and purple. Whether pants, tops, or dresses, the modern look of every piece was taken to the next level with a touch of metallic, embellishments, or the unparalleled prints.

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Missoni

Pairing up the unusual with the unexpected, Missoni’s layering gave attention to each piece with contrasting and clashing get-ups. Sheer fabrics, fun colors, and eye catching prints transformed vibes of multicolored prints into a fabulous world of fashion.

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Dolce & Gabbana

If we were to pick our favorite Dolce & Gabanna look, we would end up with the entire show on our arms. The collection was brought to life with the beautiful theme of motherhood, with the deep red roses incorporated into their lace, fur, suede, and ultimately feminine season stole our hearts.

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Emilio Pucci

Known for their prints and colors, Emilio Pucci discovered the world of sensuous designs with his newest collection. Our hearts were captivated with the suede boots, flowing fabrics, and equestrian inspirations.

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Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli wouldn’t be Roberto Cavalli with the leopard prints, and this collection proved it. As the king of exotic prints, he mastered this collection with graceful ruffles, sheer, tweeds, and beautiful florals.

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Versace

Versace’s collection reminded us of a powerful woman who took the world by storm as she walked down Wall Street, taking a step into her  reign as fashion queen with every stride. Whether it was sensuous combinations of black and red, or the multicolored prints on dresses, every piece translated into a statement.

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Tod’s

Creafted with muted shades, wool, and supple leather, Tod’s collection was the perfect wardrobe to have for the upcoming season of fall and winter. With cozy jackets, stunning skirts, and leather gloves, Alessandra Facchinetti left us longing for the perfect autumn closet.

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Moschino

Moschino’s runway was a paradise of colors, taking us into a time machine and landing us on the playing court of  Michael Jordan and Space Jam. The graffiti-printed dresses finished off the theme as a cherry on top for the fun, adventurous, and nostalgic collection.

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Prada

Intensifying our love for brooches was Prada, with beautifully crafted flowers and stems adorning the lapels of autumn coats and jackets. The addictive pastels, checked tweeds, and structured suits came together to create a feminine, pretty, and modern theme with a touch of classic.

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MaxMara

MaxMara gave us a flashback to the ever-so-classy fifties, with subtle hues of cream, beige, and blue. The smooth and cozy wool textures, figure-hugging beige dresses, and simply sophisticated bags made us want to go back to a time where class was everything.

Sources: Giorgio Armani, Missoni, Dolce & Gabbana, Emilio Pucci, Roberto Cavalli, Versace, Tod’s, Moschino, Prada, Max Mara, Berliner Morgenpost

Lana A.

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