Prêt-à-porter in Milan and Paris

After the prêt-à-porter weeks in London and New York, it was the turn of Milan and Paris, which, like the previous ones, were held in digital editions.

Also in these collections, entirely designed during the pandemic, the desire for comfortable leisurewear prevails, with sporty inspirations or references to an elegance that perhaps would have been lost in time: neutral shades and warm fabrics for knitted dresses. Wraparound silhouettes for beautiful coats in white, beige and pastel, will be the incredible protagonists of the next autumn/winter 2021-2022.


Salvatore Ferragamo / Sportmax / Laura Biagiotti / Chloé / Valentino / Isabel Marant


Altuzarra / Laura Biagiotti / Prada / Jil Sander / Ermanno Scervino


Elie Saab / Fendi / Balmain

Practical and comfortable jumpsuits alternate with more structured garments with large shoulders, openwork and fine fabrics.


Salvatore Ferragamo / Alberto Ferretti / Fendi / Christian Dior


Prada / Lorenzo Serafini / Genny / Elie Saab

On the other hand, velvet is back in the spotlight, but not only for special occasions with long dresses and embroidery, but also in trouser suits, mini-dresses or outerwear for more versatile urban daywear.


Etro / Luisa Beccaria / Genny / Christian Dior / Giorgio Amani / Cividini

The desire to be at one with nature brings us closer to animals with imitation fur and wild, feline looks; but this time the animal print or animalier has a more determined, classic air.


Etro / Roberto Cavalli / No. 21 / Dolce & Gabbana / Tom Ford / Christian Dior

And for those who want to shine, there will always be a place where glitter, sequins and shiny fabrics reign supreme. Golden and silver looks and beautiful combinations of light go hand in hand with precious satin, which will be a ray of sunshine in the middle of winter.


Alberta Ferreri / Giambattista Valli / No. 21 / Chanel


Valentino / Dolce & Gabbana / Elisabetta Franchi / Paco Rabanne

Bridal inspiration for many stylists who have not renounced total white. With an aura of “winter queens”, the models walked the catwalk in sophisticated dresses, ranging from tulle to lace lengths, from soft silhouettes to sculpted bodycon silhouettes, with feather details and 3D flowers.


Luisa Beccaria / Laura Biagiotti / Valentino / Ermanno Scervino / Peter Do / Genny


Danielle Frankel / Fendi

Article written by @elisanascimbene

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