The second day of Milan Fashion Week Fall Winter 2017-2018 came to an end with a more eclectic approach to womenswear, walking side by side with a very diverse clientele from the ready-to-wear collections. From Max Mara‘s girl-in-charge carrying empowering onesies, to Moschino’s hollywood lady adorned by print maximalism, it was a true juxtaposition.
Miuccia stated that she chose the “classic weapons of seduction” for Prada, including soft feathers, furry textures and alluring underwear combined in a recipe tagged conscientiously as contemporary, and which girl surpass the modern day woman to flash its bra with full confidence and with such a stylish dress-up strategy, crochet was introduced as an innovative way to sew bikinis and this time is a massive-marketed choice for your everyday wardrobe if the sun is hot enough and you got the perfect unbuttoned top for it.
Miuccia Prada stated that she chose the “classic weapons of seduction” for Prada, including soft feathers, furry textures and alluring underwear combined in a recipe tagged conscientiously as contemporary, and in which a girl surpasses the modern day woman to flash the bra with full confidence and with such a stylish dress-up strategy, crochet was introduced as an innovative way to wear underwear; a perfect massive-marketed choice for your everyday wardrobe, as if the sun was hot enough and you got the perfect unbuttoned top for it.
Anteprima was lavish with its black-and-white employment of interesting cuts unfolding in cautious embodiments decorated by contrasting motifs planned in the design stage to match each piece craftily, rounded in extended confections, dancing to pleats in an architectural or symmetrical style or following the feminine lines of vaporous dresses, solid coats and curvy shoulders with a heavy fall from the fabric.
Emilio Pucci took the year of the green seriously going to extremes with fizzy acid green ensembles in satin-shiny fabrics attaching tight to the body in the flexible locations of the garment, but such highlights couldn’t steal the spotlight of the rich prints dancing in organic lines with the signature earthy tones of the brand speckled with some yellow. It was at times a bohemian fantasy set in the mediterranean.
Max Mara couldn’t get off its classic earthy colored confections exuding -as is tradition- a powerful working woman,with the brilliance of its heavy, long, and solid coats serving formal beauty and highlighting masculine cuts with wrapped outfits.
Moschino is a wearable label -when a creative outcome is called upon- but it hasn’t been as appealing to every type of woman as it is now. Setting a proximity but with a bit of distance with cartoon aesthetics in some of the pieces; persevering in pop culture with pieces that took from the over-reigning maximalism which provided multiple statement pieces on their own. Prints that excite the eye to the full of its capacity were once again the safe bet for Jeremy Scott and his irreverent set of models.
he second day in the Italian city was as rich as the first one, yet it carried a more notorious juxtaposition in fashion by sharing its runway with brands appealing to completely different women, neutral tones arranged with flashy floral tones were some of the keys to follow with a clear set of camel colors walking the runway.
For our review on the inauguration day, read Milan Trends: Embroidered and Retro.