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Milan Fashion Week Trend Report


Brilliant Bow Blouses

Chic and understated, everything from pussy bow blouses to androgynous bow ties made the cut for Milan’s anticipated fashion week. Bally’s fall/winter presentation incorporated both dramatic and dainty bows in its rich, colorful collection. Moschino went loud with a vibrant bows tied at the top of high-neck blouses. Dolce & Gabbana’s simply stated ribbon kept things demure and sweet—especially when juxtaposed next to the brand’s edgy and ornate presentation.
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Bally; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Moschino at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Dolce and Gabbana at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Animal Print

Mark 2017 as the year couture got in touch with its wild side. Zebras, leopards, snakes—if it belongs in a jungle, you can be assured it made an appearance on Milan’s runways. Famed fashion houses, like Emilio Pucci and Gucci, took a chance by sending models down the catwalk in head-to-toe animal print. Bally kept its core focus on its accessories but added a dose of flair with a stylish leopard print skirt.
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Emilio Pucci; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Gucci; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Bally; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Lady in Red

This fall won’t be a quiet one. Fashion houses proved that neutrals would take a back seat as vibrant reds fly free. Max Mara, Fendi and Missoni all exhibited vivid visions of cozy, red clothing.
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Max Mara at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Fendi; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Missoni at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Ornate Patchwork

Remember the days of ironing on patches to jackets and backpacks? Italian designers have resurrected the patchwork trend—each in their own way. Moschino, known for dramatic entrances and idiosyncratic performances, featured kitschy shipping labels on styled suits. Versace elevated a stunning black dress to a vibrant outlier with embroidered, colorful patches. Making strides in the effortlessly astonishing category, Dolce & Gabbana modeled fashioned patches on nearly every look—our favorite included an embellished jacket paired with adorned boyfriend jeans.
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Moschino at Bloomingdale’s; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Versace at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Dolce & Gabbana at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Boho Beauties

Paisley prints, flowing skirts, and ethereal bohemian gowns are inspiring Italy’s fashion scene. Etro’s collections are frequently rooted in 1960s culture, overflowing with stunning collisions of soft florals and suede booties. We welcome Etro’s line of flowing maxis with admiration as we wait for fall. Gucci and Fendi, traditionally crisp and structured, also served up unconventional boho-flair as a sweet surprise.
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Etro at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Gucci; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Fendi; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

Gilded Glamour

It wouldn’t be a true fashion week without a surplus of sparkle. Shiny sequined and galvanized metallic fabrics were generously draped on models throughout Milan’s sartorial charade. Our favorite dazzling dresses featured canary yellow, rose gold and silver sparkling fabrics from Versace, Emilio Pucci, and Dolce & Gabbana.
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Versace at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Emilio Pucci; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com
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Dolce & Gabbana at Nordstrom; Photo courtesy of Vogue.com

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