The Best of Milan Fashion Week Part 1

Ciao Milano, it’s our favorite time of the year again: Milan fashion week ! The best words to describe MFW are probably: embroideries, floral patterns, flowy materials, with a baroque and very feminine vibe. Each season we see models walking down the runway with beautiful garments, expressing and capturing every single details, the beauty and essence of Italian fashion.


 

Blugirl – classic pattern made in a contemporary way

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For autumn winter 2016-2017, Anna Molinari stayed faithful to the DNA of Blugirl: very elegant and feminine, but still a little sensual and provocative. Playing with transparency, textures and patterns, the freshness of this collection makes us travel back in time, with tied up chokers, delicate ruffles and Peter Pan collar.

Gucci – bold, vibrant and colorful

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Alessandro Michele’s second collection is a total hit. Mixing a lot of very different trends: from prints to shoulder pads, ruffles, sequins, color blocking; and the magic is that everything works perfectly together. Pastel and pop veils are partially covering the models’ faces, giving a trendy 50’s vibe.

Alberta Ferretti  – femininity and transparency

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Very feminine and elegant as usual, Alberta Ferretti mixed embroideries, tulle and lace to create breezy,  yet very seductive dresses.

N°21 – Grungy chic

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90’s feeling at the N°21 show, check prints, stoned denim, and of course layering pieces. Alessandro Dell’Acqua, the creative director of the fashion house, truly played with grunge and proportion. This show is probably the one that stands out the most, since it’s less feminine and more urban, and yet very creative.

Fendi – Playful and charismatic

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When Kendall opens a show, you know it’s going to be a good one. Scalloped bags, tights and collars, oversized printed fur coats, and mostly cool tones. The combo Lagerfeld-Venturini stayed faithful to the true DNA of the Italian brand.

Well done Milan, looking forward to what will happen in the following days, stay tuned…

Written by Amina Sutter