Milano Fashion Week is over and it has finally gone with a wake of so many compliments and very few criticisms. We have rediscovered the taste of dictating fashion and launching trends, rather than looking abroad to understand where to go with our local collections.
The designers who have appeared on the Milano Fashion Week calendar, with fashion shows and presentations, all have a way of speaking, a detonator of personality and a great desire for revenge. Sartorial fashion is always on the revival ramp, combined with the image of a more delicate and elegant woman.
The simplicity of design and the research of fabrics are winning. The colors, both soft and garish, touch all the nuances of the spectrum. The inspirations are strong, interesting, bearers of a message.
First on the stage has been Alberto Zambelli. His collection is a poem about the sea, interpreted with a huge desire for placid femininity:
veiled fabrics, asymmetric cuts, long dresses and large movements of clothes like waves. Alberto Zambelli’s collection speaks to its past and, at the same time, finds new standards suitable to dictate the style of the next season.
Still on the first day of the week, one other strong catwalk by Annakiki, with both women and menswear in a collection rich of color. Textures become shiny and combinations get eclectic.
Absolute protagonists are blazers with over shoulders and unfinished stitching. Everything on the runway well reflects the basic inspiration: “You are beautiful!”, a shout out about equality, an invitation to not caring about body flaws and to show yourself proudly and well dressed! (Check all the runway pics here).
Among the brands to keep an eye on for the Fall Winter 2019-20 also Anteprima, which offers a dip into the past, looking for the image of a neat and elegant woman.
The colors are once again the browns, the greens and all the shades of orange, in this case in a more peaceful and classic atmosphere. Particularly interesting are the high-waisted pants (up to the breast) alternating with bustiers, available in various tone-on-tone colors and designed to draw the silhouette. (Check all the runway pics here).
Drooping and extraordinarily wide lines also for Genny and her woman, mostly in white. Tailoring is sometimes very fashionable and flashy.
Bottega Veneta, on the other hand, confirms the synthesis of a great desire for minimalism. Rigorous and designed garments to enhance the lines of the body, in typically winter colors, with various plays of shiny/opaque, thanks to the use of crossed leather, stitched in different solutions.
Finally, as always noteworthy, N°21 has once again brought fresh new air: trench coats are broken in front and long behind, in a style that reminds the equestrian world a little.
The cardigans leaned down to the elbow, to let appear tone-on-tone micro tops that give impeccable femininity to the white, cream and antique pink tones. In this case the inspiration comes from the cinema of the 80s, more precisely from the movie Dress to Kill by Brian De Palma.
Therefore, it is particularly relevant the idea of a renewed need of tailoring, a more attentive care to detail and a homogeneous style that speaks from one brand to the other, to let the client choose what to wear finding herself in a multiple visions of the same trend.
All this without forgetting the great Gucci, Prada, Versace, Missoni and Biagiotti, that always know how to dare in an almost extreme way, without ever clashing with the meaning of beauty. If we really want Milano to play a leading role in the world fashion scene, we must rely on them without hesitation. (Click here if you want to know our thoughts about the past London Fashion Week).
Backstage pics by Sami Oliver Nakari