Milan fashion week: The trends for spring/summer 2020

Milan fashion is dynamic, chic and hyper feminine, with historical and digital inspirations.

Past, present and future, remixed and reinterpreted, evoke memories and styles, while experimentation with innovative shapes and materials allow for a new reinterpretation of the classics.

Technical fabrics such as neoprene, nylon and coated textiles are combined with cotton poplin and linen gauze for informal outfits and with chiffon and silk satin for evening gowns. An evening characterised by lightness and delicate colours such as apricot, honey, blue sky, gem green, quartz pink and, above all, white, both cold and saturated but also softer and more opaque.

N 21 Emporio Armani Genny Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

N.21 / Emporio Armani / Genny / Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Outfits that are also perfect for the wedding day: classic, non-conformist, trouser suits and jumpsuits. One outfit that stands out is the one worn by Gigi Hadid, during the Moschino fashion show, which seems to be straight out of a Picasso painting.

Luisa Beccaria Gucci Etro Moschino

Luisa Beccaria / Gucci / Etro / Moschino

There are also many maxi bows, textiles with Marabu prints, fringes and rouche with large volumes.

Vivetta Emanno Scervino Jil Sander Giorgio Armani

Vivetta / Emanno Scervino / Jil Sander / Giorgio Armani

Natural inspirations declined in tropical patterns and jungle effects, as well as maxi, mini and vintage plant and flower prints.

Dolcce and Gabanna Versace Blumarine

Dolcce & Gabanna / Versace / Blumarine

A celebration of the primordial beauty of Creation but, at the same time, according to Marni designer Francesco Risso, a complaint for our lack of respect for our planet.

Miuccia Prada also shares the same opinion: in the age of excess and consumerism, she seeks to address the waste of fashion and the short life cycle of a garment by studying the style and creating clothes that last forever.

By Elisa Nascimbene, for Valmont Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week



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