Milan Fashion Week: Main Shows

Milan Fashion Week: Main Shows
Milan Fashion Week: Main Shows

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Video: Dolce & Gabbana | Spring/Summer 2020 | Menswear | Milan Fashion Week 2022, December
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Fendi

Almost every one of the fifty ensembles that the guests of the Fendi show were lucky to see with their own eyes included over the knee boots - whether leather, velvet, but always in a shade of red. These scarlet, like those of a goose, “legs” literally added fire to the collection, in general, quite balanced (under the auspices of Karl Lagerfeld, Fendi happened to experiment with styles and textures much more seriously).

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Dolce & Gabbana

Last year, the duo set themselves a goal to charm millennials by all means - and now they are moving towards it at full speed. There is even no time for clothes (although everything is clear with this: cats, portraits of Justin Bieber, sneakers, hoods with ears and a muzzle - in general, everything that is "liked" on Instagram). Much more important are the people who demonstrate it - say, "weiner" Nils Visser, the offspring of Lionel Richie, Pamela Anderson (the Malibu rescuer got an invitation to the front row) and Daniel Day-Lewis and blogger Christina Bazan. The dominance of "beginners" - actors, musicians and models - they decided to dilute with loyal clients from all over the world. As a result, the turnout turned out to be the envy of Moscow parties: Elena Likhach, Victoria Shelyagova, Ilona Stolye, Nadezhda Obolentseva and a dozen other heroines of the capital's gossip were walking on the catwalk.

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Max mara

We say Max Mara - we mean a coat. In the new collection, divided into color segments (red, camel, gray, crème brulee and black - such total looks promise to become one of the main trends of the fall-winter 2017 season), outerwear is enough for any occasion and degree. So next winter, no matter how cold it may be, you can not be afraid.

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Gucci

Eccentric Alessandro Michele bends his own line, which, fortunately for Kering, is gaining more and more fans every season. The almost endless autumn-winter collection (Gucci combined men's and women's shows into one) is another retro fantasy of an Italian nostalgic for long-dead eras. There are a million references, as usual: some will think that the designer has revised The Tenenbaum Family by Wes Anderson, others - that he has just returned from the land of the rising sun. Such a mixture of interests is forgivable: Michele offers not so much themes as an aesthetics, unchanged from the very beginning as the creative director of the brand. By the way, it was in this collection that the debut of the silk dress worn by Dakota Johnson at the Oscar took place. (though not in runway color) and secured the girl a place in numerous Best Dressed lists.

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Prada

This is Prada in all its glory - with feathers, crystals, flowers, leather coats and corduroy. Miuccia Prada remembered her student years, which fell on the late sixties and early seventies, but she did not interpret either the student body itself, not one of the two decades too literally - this is not in her rules, the Italian loves half hints more.

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Bottega veneta

Another brand that has ceased to show the men's collection separately from the women's one: the "test of the pen" happened even before Gucci - at the show on the occasion of the half-century anniversary of the brand, which was celebrated during the last fashion weeks. While colleagues in the shop are thoroughly rejuvenating the houses entrusted to them, the creative director of Bottega Veneta, Thomas Mayer, does not pursue "likes" and creates clothes for the delight not of teenagers, but of older people. The heroine of the next season, in his performance, looks like a noir star - in a dress from the forties with an emphatically thin waist (sometimes this effect is enhanced with a thin or wide belt), a skirt below the knee and sculpted shoulders.

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