Three days in and unquestionably touting glamorous garments, Milan Fashion Week featured assertively chic looks including those of Moschino, Etro, Just Cavalli, Iceberg, Blumarine and Versace.
Moschino channeled both ‘80s and ‘60s fashions flaunting Jackie-O-inspired silhouettes and quirky military-pop-art attire. Each look, including couplings of pleated miniskirts, brass-buttoned swing coats and drop-waist dresses, was styled with flamboyant accessories consisting of cowboy hats, bow-tied headscarves and heart-shaped pendants.
Etro ushered a stream of mosaic- and paisley- patterned pants and peplum dresses in a polished palette of burgundy, nude and gray. The classically creative line embraced feminine pieces that defied both traditional design and geometry.
Just Cavalli showcased clothing combinations comprised of magnified houndstooth, chiffon animal print, flapper-length cocktail dresses, silver heels and skin-tight lurex trousers. Shimmering sequins peppered the chic-socialite collection and made for an appeal to subtle scintillation.
Iceberg welcomed the blue period with shadowy gray and black shades accompanied by vivid splashes of deep, royal blues. Snakeskin-sequined pants and coiffed furs added variety to the darkly dapper assortment of trousers, vests and blouses worn by sassy, straight-banged models.
Blumarine defined the styled equilibrium between balanced and bold via the presentation of crisp all-white and sleek all-black ensembles colored with vibrant furs and metallic statement pieces. Not to be left out, a few leopard-printed garments snuck onto the runway, seamlessly integrating into the fiercely stylish lineup.
Versace embellished fundamentally glam looks with military-style accessories and razor-sharp lines. Models donning fur collars and calf-length boots marched down the runway, adding lustrous allure to a defiantly bold collection.