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A look back at the highlights of Milan Fashion Week

 

 

A look back at the highlights of Milan Fashion Week

After the kick-off of Fashion Month in New York and the return of the London shows, it was Milan’s turn to present its Fashion Week. Some 65 brands have paraded from 22 to 27 September to unveil their collections Spring-Summer 2022. Follow the guide.

 

It was a more intimate Fashion Week that took place in Milan in recent days because of the health crisis and public gauges. 43 shows took place in physical and 22 in “digital” version.

 

We will remember these five days Roberto Cavalli, which in addition to having caused a sensation by announcing the construction of a skyscraper in Dubai a few days ago to mark their comeback, has unveiled the first collection of its new artistic director, the Italian Fausto Puglisi. Maison Margiela showed for the first time, as did Luisa Spagnoli. Gucci, whose shows are no longer presented during Milan Fashion Week since 2020, still unveiled its new project, entitled The Vault.

 

The resumption of the events in attendance, which has already started in mid-June thanks to the progress of the vaccination campaign, comes in a context of economic recovery and shows the courage of the organizers, the tenacity of companies and the support of Italian industry,” said Carlo Ferro, president of the Italian Trade Agency.

 

 

Giorgio Armani, who celebrates the 40th anniversary of his brand this year, presented his show in a custom-built showroom in the basement of his personal palazzo at 21 via Borgonuovo. More than 120 silhouettes delighted the audience with a range of different blue tones. We go from denim to blue lagoon through turquoise. The cuts are fluid and ruffled, as inspired by the sea and movement. For men, sober colors and fluid materials like linen for a casual look.

 

 

At Missoni, it was the first fashion show for Angela Missoni‘s former right hand man, Caliri. It is also the first time that the founding family is no longer in charge. We find shades of blue and denim, but also patchworks of patterns and dresses half-transparent, half-crochet for an ultra sexy look.

 

 

Prada goes all out with a simultaneous fashion show in Milan and Shanghai, an idea of co-directors Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons. Models could see their counterpart in another country at the same time as on mirror screens. Leather is very present with oversized jackets that cover colorful miniskirts. We find knitwear, dresses three holes but especially loose cuts.

 

 

Salvatore Ferragamo presented at the same time its men’s and women’s fashion show. The latter was represented as a warrior of modern times with this black scarf tied on the top of the head. The silhouettes are fluid and seem to slide on the catwalk. The colors are sober and the cuts are clean and precise.

 

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Outside of their respective fashion shows and unveiled this Sunday, the secret project of Versace and Fendi took place in the presence of many celebrities. Their collaboration project is concisting to reinterpret the codes of the house of the other. Thus, Donatella Versace delivered her interpretation of the Fendi codes, and Kim Jones, those of Versace. Among the models, we found the iconic Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell or Emily Ratajkowski. The logos are one to form Fendace, worn on a belt or a bag. The silhouette remains very 90s oriented with low waist, gold and baroque patterns redesigned in the effigy of the two brands.

 

Like London Fashion Week, oversize and color remain in the spotlight, with many shades of blue and wide cuts as presented by Armani or Prada. We are now heading to Paris for the opening of the shows today, September 27, until October 5 to conclude a month of fashion shows around the world!

 

Read Also > LONDON FASHION WEEK: COLOR AND OVERSIZE

 

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