Lifestyle 1.3.2018 07:44 am

3 trends to take away from Milan Fashion Week

3 trends to take away from Milan Fashion Week

In general, womenswear silhouettes are set to go long for the fall/winter 2018-2019 season.

After New York and London, Milan was the latest fashion capital to reveal its upcoming trends for fall/winter 2018-2019.

The Italian selection had an eclectic feel this season, with inspirations ranging from artistic to retro and ethnic to religious.

Still, designers all agreed on putting women in power for FW18-19, with a stronger, more assertive vibe, channeling determination, modernity, romance and supreme femininity.

Geometric patterns

New York and London have already heralded the comeback of checks and stripes next winter, not to mention animal print. Milan ramped up the trend with an abundance of geometric motifs, seen in touches, head-to-toe looks or paired with other prints.

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The Italian previews brought a veritable explosion of shapes to the runway, from checks and diamonds to polka dots and squares. Seen at Genny, Krizia, Etro – paired with other prints, often with global inspirations – as well as Marco De Vincenzo and Versace.

Long dresses and coats

In general, womenswear silhouettes are set to go long for the fall/winter 2018-2019 season. While Fashion Month isn’t yet over, FW18-19 collections have already featured lots of long skirts and maxi-dresses worn under straight-cut coats and extra-long capes, and often worn with boots.

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The look has a highly feminine feel, while also channeling a headstrong determination and scrupulous style, conveying various sides of the modern woman. Seen at MSGM, Missoni, Salvatore Ferragamo, Les Copains and Fendi.

Athleisure and sportswear still on top

Anyone who thought the athleisure trend would wane this season has been proved wrong. Lots of labels – sometimes the least expected – brought a healthy dose of sportswear to FW18-19 collections, adding a relaxed touch to elegant silhouettes.

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Prada, in particular, went in for sportswear this season, although the theme was also seen in collections from Lucio Vanotti, Gucci, Annakiki and, to a lesser extent, at Giorgio Armani and Tod’s.

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