Feminine looks, refined and for women who want to express their personality: this is what Milan Fashion week leaves us
Milan Fashion Week is about to end. What has this edition left us, so different from those we have always been used to? An idea of a woman suspended between past, present and future, but in control of herself, her personality and her choices. Let's see some shots of some of the collections that walked the runway for fall winter 2021/2022.
Precious and timeless femininity: Giorgio Armani and Fendi
Giorgio Armani showed men and women together in a super minimal location, where Uri dominated, a reproduction of a life-size gorilla in green resin, which symbolized the essential link between man and nature. Let us not forget that King Giorgio was among the first in Italy to wish for a return of the fashion system to more respectful times of seasonality and to an artisanal savoir faire of which our country is a leader. The Armani woman is extremely feminine, the colors are brushstrokes of light in watercolor on palettes that envelop the silhouette with soft lines. Fendi, on the other hand, enhances luxury, with precious materials ranging from cashmere to exotic leathers.
Strong color touches: Philosophy By Lorenzo Serafini, Prada and Marni
Color does not scare today's woman and the fashion houses have not hesitated to use it to help her express her personality. This is how Philosphy combines ruff collars, with a preppy style and college-style badges, Marni revisits tailoring by combining rouches, ruffles, darts and zippers. Prada, on the other hand, in its second test that combines the creative genius of Raf Simmons with that of Miuccia Prada, talks about clothes as a mix of details and applications that become the fundamental parts of the look.
The free spirit of Etro, Alessandro Enriquez and DSquared2
Color, patterns, a free spirit that brings us back to the Seventies look, in which man and woman lived in a fusion of body and spirit. It is in this colorful and festive atmosphere that fashion houses like Etro, Alessandro Enriquez and DSquared2 move.
A woman who winks at the future
Salvatore Ferragamo's fashion show took place in a dystopian and futuristic environment, which wanted to distance us for the duration of a catwalk from the surreal reality that we are experiencing in this era of pandemic. Paul Andrew's woman for the Florentine maison seems to come out of Gattaca or the Matrix, from a (not too) distant and colorful future, in which we will be able to hug each other again and return to a luminous normality.
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