Mainstays in Milan Fashion Week were joined by Tommy Hilfiger who passed on New York Fashion Week.
Marni’s woman likes to play with sophisticated details: long loose ropes and big buckled belts adorning overcoats. Colors are bright – electric blue, shiny green and fluo – while fabrics are shiny, including vinyl and patent leather.
Long plumes and fringes fall from the purses and chained bags, and backpacks. The best Marni tradition can be seen in the small and maxi handbags. Shoes are ultra feminine with patent leather zipped socks as footwear.
This collection is clearly inspired by the racing world and, in particular, by the Olympian Jessie Owens who won the gold medal in Berlin in 1936.
Considered one of Giorgio Armani’s proteges, Stella Jean mixes that sporty chic look with the African prints inspired by her Haitian heritage. She mixes technical fabrics with precious ones or, at times begins with precious fabrics then adding sporty details such as striped socks, numbers, and Olympic prints.
This collection is a tribute to the “Piccolo teatro Strehler,” that for over twenty years has been the location of this house’s fashion shows. The runway opens with the traditional braided white sweater and closes with the iconic black turtleneck.
Shapes are reminiscent of the 90’s and the hat becomes the iconic accessory.
Patent leather, vinyl, lurex, and silk are the main characters in this collection. Shapes vary from straight lines to puffy ones and prints feauture flowers, maxi stripes, python, chains, Nordic style designs and animal patterns. Sneakers and ankle striped booties are worn with visible sporty socks to underline the athletic inspired mood.
This collection is for a glamorous women who wants to walk effortlessy in the city.
Tommy Hilfilger left the New York Fashion week to join the Milan Fashion Week where he brings the beloved format by the designer dubbed, “see now, buy now,” that makes the entire collection available in real time.
Tommynow “Drive,” in collaboration with the super model Gigi Hadid, is totally inspired by the racing world reflected that is in every detail – prints, visors, and the motorcycle leather jacket.
Colors are in line with the car world – blue, white, red, and black.
A vintage inspired woman on this catwalk embraced pink fur capes, brooches, flowing midi skirts, stones, and puff sleeves mixed with feisty details, such as animal prints, jeans fabrics, tube tops and v-line straps to underline the decollete and miniskirts.
Red, orange, and iridescent fabrics pump up the palettes for Cristiano Burani.
The designer plays with squared and high waist cuts. Zipped turtlenecks, oversized sweaters, and voluminous outerwear don’t pass unnoticed. Orange and black striped pointed booties, shoes, and thigh high boots add a sporty touch to this collection.
The first noticeable detail of this collection is the palettes all played around shades of green, blue and black.
The jacket is still the beloved garment even for Emporio and it comes in different versions and styles for every taste.
Waisted and slim fit, double or single breasted, sleeveless, monochrome, printed or as a dress, the experimentation never stops at Armani’s even for the youngest.
A stylish vibe rocks with leather, and over the knee boots. Short furcoats with leather details define femininity with a bite.
Whatever the choice is for the skirts, dresses, jackets or pants, leather is still the key fabric at Trussardi’s even in colored shades such as pink, red, and green.
The body shape in enhanced with slits, panels, and high waitsed garments. Pointed boots and booties are the choice for footwear.
For photos of other fashions, go to the website for Milan Fashion Week.