Milan’s Fashion Week has just begun, but we already have an idea of what this season will be like. Let’s take a look together at what the main stylists have designed for this Summer/Spring 2019!
Milan’s Fashion Week started a few days ago. We’ve looked at it with much attention, so we can already tell what the new trends will be for spring/summer 2019!
The first day started with Alberta Ferretti‘s show which, together with Jil Sander and N° 21, announced that innocence, gentleness and light and nonrestrictive shapes will be essential in Spring/Summer 2019!
Alberta Ferretti launched Milan’s Fashion Week with a romantic, optimistic and calm touch. The catwalk was different from the one from past years where models had a serious, emotionless expression. In fact, the models’ makeup was almost non existent, which emphasized their natural beauty. The makeup look consisted in a matte base, bronzer for a ‘sun-kissed’ look, light mascara and nude lips.
The stylist opted for fluid silhouettes and simple forms. Oversize dresses, high-waists, biker shorts and denim jackets in pastel colors were the main feature of the show. Romanticism and sensuality were represented through embroidered gowns and black crochets.
Also the brand Jil Sanders went for soft edges. The two designers, Lucie and Luke Meier, preserved their minimalistic style by focusing on the essence of every piece and adding creative touches. The same goes for N° 21, which kept an elementary and sophisticated style created through the enhancement of textures and the absence of accessories.
EMPOWERMENT AND FEMININITY
For this spring/summer, Prada broke the rules of what is classic and introduced a whole new concept of femininity. The show was full of mid length shorts, knee-high socks and short transparent skirts- Mrs. Prada main aim was to represent the old fashioned woman but with a touch of modernity.
One of the most interesting parts of the collection was the re-launch of the tie-dye!
Just like Prada, also Bluemarine decided to introduce the ‘knee length‘, especially with bike shorts and capris, but in a more colored version.
MaxMara, instead, has a different idea of womanhood. Its collection is based on elegant colors like white, blue, sky blue, zinc and long and wide tunics turned into capes.
LEATHER AND FABRICATIONS
The ‘Animalier’ pattern has been a trend for a couple of years now, and it will remain a must also for spring/summer 2019. This is the year of reptile textures, introduced by Tod’s which showed us how to wear it in the best way possible.
Versace, instead, surprised us with a collection in which its main feature was leather. The supermodel Bella Hadid, for example, rocked a ruffled strapless minidress with an asymmetric hem.
The first three days of the Milano Fashion Week really amazed us, they were full of new trend and styles! What should we expect to see in the next few days?