SUMMING UP THE RESULTS, held as part of Milan Fashion Week. This article contains 8 trends from the show, which we will adapt to our wardrobe throughout this year. However, nothing prevents you from starting to do this right now.
Trousers with slits
The last decade has been a rethinking of trousers - today the variety of models is amazing. In the last three weeks of fashion, one could find “pipes” dragging along the floor, and shortened flares, and classic “pipes”, and culottes that set the teeth on edge. And if this fall and winter everyone will hunt for trousers with strips, then next season trousers with side slits will take their place - just like in the 1990s and 2000s. MSGM turned out to be one of the first - we are sure that the mass market will take similar patterns into service. Thanks to the built-in lock, the length of the slit on their trousers can be adjusted, which should appeal to fans of sporty style. Another notable appearance of trousers with slits is at Dondup, which is paired with a skirt of the same fabric. A tip for those who like layering.
It is difficult to remember the spring-summer shows of the last decade, which would have done without a grid. At Milan week, things from the mesh were more likely one of the layers in the images, where the body was as closed as possible - no associations with deliberate sexuality. N ° 21 and Antonio Marras showed mesh petticoats that were longer than the skirts and dresses themselves, while MSGM showed wide mesh capes worn over sporty dresses.
Most of the classic trouser suits could be seen at the brands whose shows were not only for women, but also for men - Gucci and Bottega Veneta. The influence of the 80s was also not done without the influence of the 80s - this is noticeable by the slightly enlarged and sloping shoulders on the jackets. Color solutions are very different: there are suits with prints like a classic suit strip or check, and monochrome. More lightweight materials - no harsh wool. It is understandable - it is proposed to wear them next spring.
The most comfortable hand-free bag is back. True, those waist-length versions that were shown at the Milan week have nothing to do with the models of sports brands so beloved by tourists. N ° 21 showed an almost “evening version” in metallic or black leather and with a contrasting wide strap - almost a replacement for a shiny clutch. The most interesting options were at Marni, which showed complex and bulky belt bags. How comfortable they are is the tenth question, but they certainly will not leave their owner unnoticed. And although the collection itself paired them with elegant coats and suits in the style of the 80s, we suspect that they would look just as impressive with giant sweaters and coats.
The noticeable trend, which first appeared more than a year ago, will continue next summer. Sleeves that almost completely cover the hands are again held in high esteem. Experiments with huge sizes continue: even traditional brands like Aquilano.Rimondi are adopting them, which this season have shown all the variety of office wear, flirting with the power dressing style. At MSGM, on the other hand, super-long shirts and jersey sweatshirts are combined with sportswear: bicycles and sneakers. Both options look interesting and unfamiliar.
Combination of unusual prints
Milan shows (apart from the giants) rarely get rave reviews from the press - they are often criticized for being secondary. But what Milan Fashion Week has always been famous for is the variety of prints so beloved by Italian designers. This time is no exception. See Gucci, Versace and N ° 21 to see how to make friends with an abundance of both abstract and floral designs.
The autumn-winter season will leave giant platforms in the legacy of the summer.Rhinestone-sprinkled sandals are from Gucci, semi-sports slippers with a personalized label are from Versace, but the most noticeable sandals are from Prada, which every time manage to develop a pair that falls into all sorts of lists of “shoes of the season”. This rubber-plastic pair with flowers can melt even an icy heart.
Boho style dresses
The last time the boho style made a big comeback was in the mid-2000s, as opposed to the monstrous amount of rhinestones and self-tanning. Wide-brimmed hats, tassel strings, small flower print - all the components are constantly appearing again and again. But such an abundance of boho-style dresses, as the designers showed at the Milan week, has not been for a long time. Maxi dresses rustling with chiffon are from Roberto Cavalli, Alberta Ferretti and Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini. It is suggested to wear them with coarse boots and suede jackets.
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