Milan Fashion Week showcased a wide range of styles, from bold and colorful to understated and minimalist, and a mix of classic and modern designs. Check out our recap of our favorite looks from Milan below.
Missoni dabbled in solid-colored fabrics, specifically lavender described as “artfully crinkled” which suggests that it has been intentionally wrinkled or folded in a decorative way.
Mathieu Blazy did not disappoint in displaying a memorable lineup of ensembles whilst also offering new handbags, piling the accessories on with abandon.
The Gucci design team took to its FW23 showcase with a moment to reflect while looking toward the future in what marks a new era for the brand.
Instead of going all out with the typical punk aesthetic of safety pins, leather, and distressed fabrics, Moschino is “roughing up” their brand signatures, such as their tweed suits and tailored separates, by adding details like ripped hemlines, mesh underlayers, and spiked jewelry and belts.
Metallic fabrics, buckles, and draping suggest a futuristic or edgy vibe whilst also having earthy cartouche elements, which may indicate a bohemian or natural influence.
Max Mara’s collection was geared towards women who value function and comfort over bold fashion statements.
Prada’s Fall 2023 collection focused on the concept of protection and safekeeping, which was reflected in the clothing’s design.
The use of patchwork leather and crystal embellishments, along with animal motifs and faux fur, whispered a bold and opulent aesthetic.
This season, Kim Jones plays with contrasts and contradictions in a way that is both daring and sophisticated.
An eclectic mix of textures, prints, and styles featuring velvet cargo trousers are a unique twist on a utilitarian staple, while psychedelic print and striped blouses add a playful touch.
Dolce & Gabbana
This collection was designed with the intention of celebrating women and allowing them to feel confident and beautiful in their own skin.
MM6 Maison Margiela
MM6 Maison Margiela was very experimental and pushed the boundaries of traditional tailoring, resulting in a fresh and modern aesthetic.
The juxtaposition of high and low, polished and rough, added to the overall attitude and aesthetic of the collection.
The use of chiffon dresses with delicate floral or paisley patterns paired with tartan blankets or droopy cardigans created an interesting mix of light and airy fabrics with heavier, cozier materials.