The Best Looks from Milan Fashion Week
We need to discuss those Moncler 1 Pierpaolo Piccioli puffers.
And then there were three. After runway shows, presentations, and parties in New York and London, fashion month continued in Milan, where we saw otherworldly puffers at Moncler Genius, and Karl Lagerfeld’s last collection for Fendi—a sea of reimagined double-F logos and sharply tailored trenches. From a slinky Versace slip dress to a shimmery coat from Daniel Lee’s Bottega Veneta debut, here are our favorite looks from Milan Fashion Week.
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I’ve never been a fan of pullovers, but that’s because I’ve never seen one in teal leather worn as a dress! Thank you, Ferragamo, for this stunning contribution to casual fashion. (It should go without saying that the boots are a stunt as well.)
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This multicolor, multi-pattern collection speaks to me. Inspired by ’90s grunge, Donatella based the collection on the “perfection of imperfection.” She seamlessly balanced different patterns and textures in each look. This particular number might seem ostentatious to some, but to me it’s back to the basics. A staple slip dress and a fitted coat à la Versace.
Daniel Lee killed it with his runway debut for Bottega Veneta—lots of delicious leather coats, incredible quilting details, and pops of electric orange (the color for spring, in my opinion). I really, truly need every look, but my favorite has to be this shimmery trench coat situation in plum with an equally sparkly nude dress and heart-stopping square-toe sandals. Just wow. I can think of a million ways to style each piece, but together, you’d legitimately light up any room you enter, so it’s well worth the investment.
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As a longtime Olsen-phile (that’s a term, right?), I’m eager to trade my entire winter closet for Agnona’s beautifully grunge-infused collection. I’m practically drooling over the endless layers of slouchy knits, decadent furs, and delicate florals of which MK + A would *definitely* approve.
The ladies at Attico prove once again that ’80s glam lives on. While this is one of the more subdued looks from the collection, it’s the little details that caught my attention. My checklist for the fall season includes a silver waist-hugging belt, a zebra-patterned handbag, and a graphic sweater reminiscent of an abstract painting.
As someone who’s trying to take minimalism very seriously this year (because how many striped crop tops can one own?), this collection from Jil Sander is inspiration enough for me to find pieces I can wear time and time again. This stunning earth-toned collection ranges from statement dresses to fun work wear, but I’m absolutely obsessed with this oversize nude coat. Most definitely worth the splurge, in my opinion—you’d likely keep it forever.
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I could use multiple adjectives to describe Prada’s latest runway show—dark, moody, masculine, feminine, seductive, powerful. The takeaway here: The collection toed the line. And that’s why I loved it. Especially this look, which is so feminine, but the unexpected details provide much-needed edge.
There’s no other word to describe Pierpaolo Piccoli’s 1 Moncler collection than “brilliant.” Comprised of an array of puffer dresses in muted tones (think army green, mustard yellow, and dusty rose), the collection truly belongs in a museum (or my closet). I think you’ll be hard-pressed to find someone who can’t see the beauty in this collection.
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