After New York Fashion Week and London Fashion Week , it was time for Milan to receive the most coveted fashion shows and trendsetters in the world, and the good news is that the last few that happened this fall / winter have, in general, a major trend in common: the world's most famous brands are increasingly making their collections and catwalks less conceptual and more "true" with more "wearable" looks.
In addition, some of the top fashion labels such as Prada, Gucci, Fendi and Emilio Pucci have recently showcased the trends they believe are key for the fall/winter season and one thing is certain: more colours and lighter shades will be seen in the cold season later this year.
Gucci presented a masquerade ball, with a production inspired the carnival revellers.
One of the fashion world's most anticipated fashion shows demonstrated Alessandro Michele 's richly coloured collection. Tailor-made pieces and strong reds dominated the catwalk, but what really caught the attention were the masks worn by the models. Metallic, with some in an eagle style, according to the label they work to "protect the goodness and the inner beauty".
Emilio Pucci has shown that the cold days can be light and colourful with lighter tones, such as pink and coral. The catwalk show that is usually pure charm, this time bet on colours and also pleated details The "pleats" appeared in midi skirts, for example, leaving the winter looks lighter and more dynamic. Other pieces had a more sophisticated vibe, with shades like grape and red.
Prada, in turn, was full of lightness and grace with its bet on floral prints on dark backgrounds. The brand showed even a few pieces with flowers embroidered and stylized, giving its romantic touch and lightness to the cold season. Some looks, were entirely black, but had at least one floral lace that guaranteed the label is betting on 'romance' being a key trend this fall-winter.
Finally, Fendi has shown that yellow mixed with strong and dark tones is also a sure bet, even in the season of lower temperatures. In a tribute parade to Karl Lagerfeld, who designed his last collection signature for the label, it was clear that he believed in the clear tones as one of the key trends for the winter season. The colour appeared in dresses, skirts and boots, as well as in details of the accessories.