Milan Fashion Week: Italians do it better.
The Gucci operating room and its decapitated heads, the Tommy Hilfiger racetrack and the amazing drones flyover with the Dolce & Gabbana accessories were the main stagings of Milan Fashion Week. Spectacular shots and more sober ones to show that Italian fashion is always reinvented and updated. It sought to recreate the shows with which fashion surprise Shows that have his detractors as Giorgio Armani — critical that the models have brought a replica of his head in hand — that always advocates the traditional parade and show the audience what they will really find in his store. The parades are reinvented and each firm looks for the format that best suits them to exhibit fashion. Irreverent, witty, for Alessandro Michele more is more and is much better. Tommy Hilfiger With car-races aesthetics, is due to world tour of this American brand, arrived in Italy. Moschino on a long walkway with light tunnels, the unmistakable Jackie style with its suits, dresses and pillbox hats. Ferragamo displayed a review of the 30s in Paul Andrew‘s first and pictorial collection.
And the fashion of winter dictates the return of the 80s with shoulder pads that serve to empower according to Alberta Ferretti, Gucci and Versace, with a strong version of maximalism. Hats in all sizes were highlighted, which Gucci combined in a diverse way: full-coverage balaclavas, branded hats and silk scarves.
The favorite earth tones of the 70’s painted on the catwalks of Ferragamo, Marni and Etro and, among other palettes seen, flashed the fluorescent flashes in Prada. Also in Milan they saw the blanket coats worn in New York and London, well put on Paul Andrew‘s debut at Salvatore Ferragamo or type quilts on Jil Sander. Even the Jackie O style was honored by Jeremy Scott for Moschino.
Information and Images have been shared from an article by The Nation, about Milan Fashion Week, published on March 3rd, 2018. Images Credits: This information is not provided by the media.