Highlights From Milan Fashion Week
Here's a look at some of the highlights from the final weekend at Milan Fashion Week.
A slender silhouette with a sportswear vibe from Fendi's procession of strong, modern women.
Femininity meets laid-back chic and streetwear at Dolce & Gabbana. The collection celebrates modern-day queens and features religious influences.
Versace sent strong, determined women down the runway in Milan, showcasing highly colourful looks mixing motifs and materials.
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Gucci caused a sensation once again with a collection channeling many diverse influences, mashing up styles and matching looks with extravagant accessories and props, such as severed heads.
Giorgio Armani stood out with its originality and classic taste. The collection went big on feminine cuts, where elegance meets laid-back style.
Channeling travel and nature, the Etro collection mixes colors and prints to perfection with a host of folk-inspired looks with a bohemian feel.
The Missoni silhouette takes a nonchalant turn for fall/winter 2018-2019, combining artistic influences with the label's signature style.
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In her final collection for Tommy Hilfiger, Gigi Hadid sought inspiration in the world of motor racing, borrowing codes from menswear wardrobes.
Moschino celebrated 1960s style with silhouettes inspired by the iconic style of Jackie O, all in updated and colourful versions.
Like many labels this season, Marni brought hot pink back to the catwalk. This vibrant shade was matched with other bright colours, livening up a usually more subdued season.
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The feminine, sensual, romantic and sophisticated collection from Alberta Ferretti channelled 1980s inspirations and played with transparency.
Cute puppies stole the show at the Tod's collection preview, celebrating the Italian attitude in style.
Roberto Cavalli continues its transformation with silhouettes taking a more sober turn with each passing season. The brand's DNA is still in evidence, but patterns and colours are increasingly less flashy.
The Blumarine collection stood out with softer styles and pastel shades. Silhouettes are feminine, fluid and romantic.
Ermanno Scervino showed an elegant, refined and laid-back collection, celebrating a powerful, confident and charismatic femininity.