Milan Fashion Week is a clothing trade show held semi-annually in Milan, Italy. Upcoming autumn/winter fashions are showcased in February/March of each year, and upcoming spring/summer fashions are showcased in September/October of each year. It is one of the most important worldwide when it comes to fashion. Here are some of the best fashion looks and styles in the previous Milan Fashion Week 2023.
Antonio Marras’ Runway
Great-looking models kicked off Milan Fashion Week with outfits designed by Antonio Marras featuring dog breeds like pugs and dalmatians represented using maximalist and preppy garments.
Models walked the Diesel’s runway in crocheted hoodies and matching pants that were covered with large tears from top to bottom. While others wore neon dresses with shredded skirts and tiny, ripped crop tops.
Del Core’s Runway
A tan gown on Del Core’s runway catches all the attention in Milan Fashion Week when it shows the power of simple fashion. The gown was sleeveless with a flowing train and form-fitting bodice that looked as if it was molded specially for the model who wore it.
Marco Rambaldi’s Runway
Marco Rambaldi’s designs included sheer bodysuits, a cutout gown, and animal prints. There was also a red, knit gown covered in heart motifs that created tiny cutouts, and a snakeskin minidress paired with heart-print tights. The Italian designer also showcased see-through, tan bodysuits that were illustrated with red tattoo-style designs.
Etro showcased some outfits that are mixed with bold patterns and textured fabrics. Etro’s models also show a ’70s vibe to the runway, as they were seen via warm-toned, knit dresses with floral embellishments and leather outerwear sets.
Fendi showcased some back-to-90s styles at the Milan Fashion Week. Fendi’s runway was filled with trench coats, pleated pencil skirts, and asymmetrical dresses. The baby-blue turtleneck paired with a lace skirt, lace-up boots, and a gray handbag was considered the best look from Fendi’s runway.
Alberta Ferretti’s Runway
Alberta Ferretti showcased some short-sleeve, high-neck dresses that were made entirely from lace, and minidresses covered in crystals with sheer panels across their skirts.
Roberto Cavalli’s Runway
Roberto Cavalli’s design was one of the best looks at the Milan Fashion Week. Roberto Cavalli showcased daring gowns made from denim, printed suits with feather-like designs, and webbed, see-through dresses.
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Blumarine displayed styles that came in the form of a flowing, tan halter dress with fabric roses on its neckline, and a feather-covered miniskirt paired with a ruffled shirt worn open.
The Hungarian designer showcased a new meaning to the term “puffer coat” with a massive jacket it displayed on the runway. It has three puffy tiers each in a different color, and it was so long that it reached the catwalk.
The color yellow was the most prominently featured color on the Milan-based brand’s runway via a puffy gown that had a tiered skirt, thigh-high slit, and neckline bow.
Moschino’s leather jacket and matching shorts were decorated with massive, diamond-rimmed crystals. But others, like the sheer dress Jeremy Scott paired with a fluffy feather jacket, were covered in smaller, colorful gemstones.
Vivetta’s runway in Milan Fashion Week was full of fun, colorful clothes, and matching tights. The most exceptional look on Vivetta’s runway was reminiscent of Little Red Riding Hood, featuring a red satin cape over matching tights.
Gucci displays one of the most iconic looks in the Milan Fashion Week. The best look from Gucci was a strapless gown with a cream-colored corset top and a black velvet skirt that puffs out at the hips.
MSGM showcased some fuzzy sweaters worn as mini dresses. The best look from MSGM was the long-sleeved, lilac dress paired perfectly with MSGM’s fuzzy pink heels.
Bottega Veneta’s Runway
Bottega Veneta’s long-sleeve dresses steal the show with sheer fabric and tiered layers of unique prints. Two-piece outfits, on the other hand, were made from thick fabrics and paired with gloves made from the same material as Bottega Veneta’s signature purses.
Raxxy displays another level of quilted fashion. Raxxy’s runway was filled with its signature inflated garments, which are made from materials similar to what’s used to create winter puffer coats.The outfit that stood up was that blouse, with a matching tie, and sweater worn with light-blue pants, which was all made from the puffy material.