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New York and London are not the only cities that has suddenly woken up to the benefits associated with a thriving fashion industry and begun talking up its talents; Milan, too, is in the throes of an unprecedented promotional extravaganza.
Milan Fashion Week took over your flat screens and home cinemas, while you were relaxing at your sofa. Well, we instead, grab our white papers and start a brainstorming and rubbishing the best MFW Highlights. One thing guide us to find the final list: real creativity on show, from both the mature and new generation.
1-Dolce & Gabbana
Sicily ‘s culture and an additional layer of cinematic nostalgia with their increasing exploration of artisanship to create a collection that nodded to nature.
Geometric print that looked tech-inspired, like the inside of a computer or the back of a sim card.
Models walked to simplistic guitar music in very light, pure white dresses and skirts with floral embroidery and touches of ribbon in sunset colors.
Keeping the color palette mostly neutral, he did classics with a twist.
It was all unmistakably Gucci: sexy, strong, sophisticated, and–sorry to break the alliteration–luxe.
Prada introduced several fresh ideas for spring, both in terms of design and styling.
The most stunning portion of the collection was the eveningwear: it was Cavalli sexiness meets 1920s Hollywood glamour.
Maier dialed down the proportions a bit to a really beautiful effect, resulting in some of the coolest, smartest-looking dresses we’ve seen all season.
Armani didn’t go experimental the way some designers have this season but rather, he went in a light, fluid, and relaxed direction.