Milan Fashion Week FW 2021 came to an end yesterday, Ist March. We are gradually exiting the international fashion weeks while we await the next ones in September. Even though most of the brands resorted to lounge wears, a lot of brands like Dolce and Gabbana still showed that they are the big dogs with their avant-garde pieces.
It was a presentation of a work of art, experimentation, lots of colours, advanced tailoring and high styling and even body paintings. Here are our best avande garde looks from Milan fall winter fashion week 2021.
There is one thing about Moschino: A playful twist with lots of colours. You can always tell when it is Moschino. There is no mix or confusion. Jeremy Scott used the world’s top and emerging supermodels including the plus-sized model that everyone is buzzing about. He dressed them in suits made of cloud prints, waggles and highly embellished dresses with headpieces and body paints to match. Here are our best designs from this brand.
Leggings, hoodies, bomber jackets, head-to-toe leopard print, paisley mini dresses and tasselled jackets that gave the collection a 1970s treatment was our captivation. It was a texture-fest, with tie-dye corduroy trousers, patchwork quilted coats and sweeping velvet. The designer, Veronica Etro said she took inspiration from a ballet dancer. Here are our best avande garde looks from the brand.
The palette comprised of neutrals like camel, blush, clay, mauve and ivory mostly. The impact was everything. A highly charged collection with fluid silk, giant tassels, and silhouette-skimming knitwear. We love the extravagance and sophistication of this collection.
Dolce and Gabbana
It was a show that looked to the future. Models wore all-over transparent protective-wear and face visors like robots to the runway. The brand’s signature leopard print was seen in other colours too. Big, bouncy, multicoloured puffer coats in materials like metallics, PVC, and leather merged in a mixed clash for both men’s and womenswear. We loved the expertise and artistry in this collection.
The British designer, Achille Maramotti found inspiration in the UK countryside. It manifested through Aran knits worn over midi-skirts, quilted signature teddy-bear coats, and chunky socks worn with stomping boots. They were the kind of clothes that women wear to take on the world. Luxurious meets practical and ready to party. Here are some of our best.
That being said, here are other looks we love
Here are some of the shows at the Milan Fashion week, it’s a delight to watch and we thought to share with you: