Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019-2020

   Milan is in the list of “four fashionable capitals” of the world. This list also includes Paris, New York and London. Fashion weeks in these cities are considered to be the most influential in the whole world. Today we make a brief review of fashion giants, which have taken place in Milan recently. Prada, Gucci, Max Mara and other major brands, the collections of which are style examples for many manufacturers of mass-market.

    Since 1962, the talented Karl Lagerfeld was appointed a creative director of the Fendi fashion house. This season, the latest collection of Fendi as part of the Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019-2020, which Lagerfeld worked on, was presented. We saw bright enough looks. The basic colours of the collection are shades of beige, that were diluted with rich colourful accents.

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   This season, Prada presented not an unexpected collection. It was familiar with the brand cocktail dresses, embroidery on clothing and a lot of knitwear. The basis of the collection were military style looks, masculine costumes and massive shoes. The coarse details of the Miuccia Prada collection were softened with lace, flowers and bright footwear.

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   Max Mara brand is well-known for its coats. Almost every girl and a self-respecting fashionista dream of it. At the show of the next fall/winter 2019/2020 season the emphasis was exactly on the coats. Ian Griffiths, the creative director, did not mix colours of the outfits. He preferred mono looks ranging from rich yellow to shades of beige colours.

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   The designer of the Versace fashion house Donatella Versace preferred the combination of bright colours in fall/winter 2019-2020 new collection. Most fashion designers support the struggle of the natural fur usage, so Versace’s outwear and fur coats are made of faux fur and leather.

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   The Moschino brand loves to grab special attention. Its designer, Jeremy Scott, has recently turned to pop culture for inspiration. One of his previous collections was in the style of Barbie dolls. This season, he used ideas from the “ The Price Is” American TV show. The audience should guess the most accurate value of the goods that were shown on the screen in this show. On the catwalk models, appeared with incredibly voluminous hairstyles, and in disco-style clothes with prints of banknotes, a lot of gold and jewellery.

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   The Italian designer and creative director of Gucci Alessandro Michele always arranges unusual shows. The main focus of the show was on the mask casts. Guests received it as invitations to the show and models wore masks. The fashion designer believes that the masks do not allow strangers to look into our soul, they hide our identity. As for the collection itself, as always, it was the most daring, unusual and extravagant combinations of colours and textures.

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