From Gucci’s severed heads to Prada’s future females, we round up the best of Milan Fashion Week.
More is more.
DOLCE & GABBANA
A rich shade of rouge on the lips and every accessory imaginable.
A defined eye and a touch of gloss on the lip. Nothing more, nothing less.
Muted colours with yellow highlights and luxurious texture.
Ethereal beauty. Fairy floss pink lips and silver shadows on the eye.
Model’s carrying their own heads, miniature dragons, accessories galore and pieces paying tribute to cultures the world over. Gucci’s surgery is now open.
Comfort and warmth. Doona inspired wraps, layered knitwear and textured coats.
A colour block of electric blue, neon green, fuscia, orange and more all pieced together by belted coats, knitwear and evening dresses.
Leopard on leopard on tweed, wrapped in blankets and black leather.
Signature Missoni prints, layered knits and 70s touches. Colour worldwide.
The future is now.
Rubber boots, padded coats, fluorescent colour and an appearance from Amber Valletta.
Taste the rainbow. Pastel pops of coloured shaded the eyes at Salvatore Ferragamo. Yellow, pink, blue or green.
Anoraks, knitwear, puffer jackets and vests. Each piece to be styled with another.
A continuation of the Tod’s colour palette of browns, yellows, whites and creams, rendered in the brand’s signature leather, suede and shearling.
The last TOMMYxGigi collection, in collaboration with Gigi Hadid. Fast paced, motor-inspired streetwear.
Head to toe prints, primary pop colours and Versace gold hardware. 80s wild child.