I'm a few weeks behind with this review of my favourite looks from Milan Fashion Week but Italian designers are some of my favourites out there. I find that Italian women are some of the most fashionable women in the world and Italian designers know how to dress women to look confident, unique and beautiful all in one. My top three designers for Milan's Spring 2018 runways were Prada, Fausto Puglisi and Bottega Veneta. Below are some of my favourite looks from the shows with a few words about each show.
Miuccia Prada is probably one of my top designers. Every season she pushes the envelope by presenting strong yet feminine pieces with a political message often hidden. Prada's Spring 2018 show was an empowering show. Miuccia used the work of female artists
This was the first time I had come across this designer and his line was beautiful and very wearable. The inspiration behind Fausto Puglisi's Spring 2018 show was Carolyn Bessette Kennedy who was always seen wearing a lot
Bottega Veneta presented their Spring 2018 collection with both men and women walking the runway. Shown in a boarding school with the message of hope for the future. There was heavy amounts of embellishment mixed with colour, an
as prints on pieces seen on the runway. It was a stamp on a blank canvas showing militant women in a very practical way, through their clothing. Prada wants to change the world, especially for women through her terrific show of tailoring and design.
of black and white. A minimalist palette for the show through black, white and sometimes blush. There was an underlying theme of ballet with short and long slip dresses with scalloped panels of lace.
optimistic feel for the collection. Combinations of colours not normally thought paired well together walked the runway and were welcomed. Both evening and day pieces were embellished making for a beautiful show.