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After New York and London, we say buongiorno to Milan Fashion Week. In the next six days, some of the biggest names in fashion (Prada! Versace! Gucci!) will present their spring 2020 collections giving fashion pros a lot to talk about.
And speaking of fashion’s most famous houses, this season all eyes are on Bottega Veneta’s relatively new creative director (he’s been at the helm since summer 2018) Daniel Lee who, so far, has proven that he can deliver in the accessories department, but can he do the same with ready-to-wear? Versace’s show, too, will surely be the talk of the town since the brand now has a new owner. And finally, Fendi will present its first ready-to-wear collection without Karl Lagerfeld who passed away in February.
And if New York and London are any indication, sustainability and inclusivity will be big in Milan as well. More and more luxury brands are turning their backs on real fur and opting instead for more eco- and animal-friendly fabrics and practices.
Now check out the best looks from Italy’s fashion capital.
Daniel Lee’s collection for Bottega Veneta oozed a sporty vibe.
Spanish artist Picasso inspired Jeremy Scott for his spring 2020 collection for Moschino.
Tod’s spring 2020 show was all about timeless silhouettes in leather and clean lines.
For Blumarine, this was an ultra-feminine collection brimming with floral prints and dainty silhouettes.
Textured fabrics and vibrant prints that ooze “ an effortless attitude” were at the core of Etro’s latest collection.
Impeccable tailoring is in the DNA of Jil Sander and husband-wife duo Luke and Lucie Meier used it as the base for their new collection for the brand. They also incorporated gorgeous raffia accents that looked like embroideries which added a feminine vibe to the collection.
Silvia Venturini Fendi’s first womenswear collection after the passing of Karl Lagerfeld was inspired by the 60s and featured some seriously stylish handbags.
Armani presented an ethereal collection with plenty of red-carpet-worthy looks (after all, awards season is coming up).
Max Mara creative director Ian Griffiths is a big Killing Eve fan and he credited Jodie Comer as inspiration for his spring 2020 collection.
The 70s were on Ferretti’s mind when she designed this collection that is all about “daywear luxe.”
Maryling kicked off Milan Fashion Week with a graphic collection full of color and bold prints.
Miuccia Prada delivered a collection that showcased the designer’s affinity for impeccable tailoring and vintage prints.
Peter Pilotto’s spring 2020 collection was bursting with color and some seriously chic accessories.
Guardini’s collection was titled Atlantis and featured brightly printed suits as well as dresses, shirts, and skirts in the designer’s signature wave pattern.
Jean-Charles de Castelbajac’s spring 2020 collection for Benetton, called Color Wave, was inspired by the many colorful villages and towns along the Mediterranean coast.