Ti amo, Milano!: These styles will make you shine at Milan Fashion Week

Hello, Milano!
These styles will make you shine at Milan Fashion Week

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The time has come, Milan Fashion Week is just around the corner. From September 20th to 26th, many labels will be presenting their new products on the runways. Time for us to take a look at the styles you’d be sure to turn heads in on the red carpet. Because why not dream a little?

The collections of the designers are currently more colorful and diverse than they have been for a long time. The same applies to the outfits in which the stars and starlets appear in the audience and on the red carpets of the shows. The looks on and off the catwalk can definitely serve as inspiration for your outfit.

Bye bye, stereotypes!

Gone are the days of gender-specific outfits. The collections of the star designers have probably never been as diverse as they are up-to-date. So there are no limits to the choice of your look and as long as you feel good, you radiate this in your appearance anyway. It doesn’t matter whether it’s a dress, skirt or two-piece suit.

All black everything

Long coats are not only a good choice in the upcoming autumn. Swedish model Elsa Hosk shows how leather coats can be combined to create a cool style at the presentation of her new collection during New York Fashion Week a few days ago. Combined with shoes of the same color, this style is a really good choice and shows: Black can be anything but boring!

Chic and casual

For a special occasion, like Milan Fashion Week, grabbing a blazer is definitely a good idea! Blazers don’t have to look formal, they can definitely be styled into a casual piece. Model Karolína Kurková has proven this many times in the past and combines her green oversized blazer with boots and handbag for a casual street style look.

color frenzy

Not only used for the well-known sizes: Young designers are also currently using dyes of all kinds. The best known are probably textile dyeing processes such as batik, which are currently an integral part of many collections. But there is another way: This could be seen at Neo.Fashion, the fashion show where Germany’s best young graduate designers were allowed to present their collections as part of Berlin Fashion Week. Special patterns are created, for example, by using the Japanese dyeing technique Shibori, which sets very special accents, as the up-and-coming designer Lion Busch presents in his current collection.

The look of the street

If you look around at and around the fashion shows of the past few weeks, one thing in particular catches your eye: everyday outfits in street style. It has been a long time since there were so many different ways to combine your look. Cargo trousers in particular are a must-have this season and an absolute style guarantee. But boots, patterns and colorful tops are definitely a good choice. We notice: There are definitely no limits to your look for the fashion week!

fringes

In fringes for fashion week? A few years ago, many people would have thrown their hands over their heads at the thought. But since fringes can certainly show up on the world’s catwalks, they’re an equally good choice for off-show outfits. This was also shown by the label of the Brazilian Patricia Bonaldi recently at the New York Fashion Week when presenting the new collection.

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Source: Brigitte

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