Milan brought us some of the most iconic moments to date! From Moschino’s decadent pieces to a Versace supermodel reunion that had the fashion world at a stand still.

We begin with Fendi, perhaps our favorite styling and concept this season. The choice of fabric and cut made each look exciting. The color pallete created a cohesive collection and the choice in hair was fun, futuristic, and perfectly complimented each look.

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Moschino brought life onto the runaway. With models dresses as bouquets of flowers to rock n roll ballerinas. The looks had a strong vision and was one of the more exciting shows to date.

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Gucci has been a brand that has captivated people as of late. Their latest collection is no different. An 80s sort of grandma style that is somehow super chic on the runway.  Bold colours and prints, Gucci isn’t afraid to experiment and it pays off!

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Donatella Versace’s collection was a tribute to her late brother Gianni Versace. Bringing back the prints, the cuts and the models that made everyone fall in love with Versace. The looks had a vintage feel but remained on trend because of the current 90s revival the fashion world seems to be in. They had suit style cropped jackets in bright animal print along with more tailored looks in black, but still paying homage to the sexy Versace look.  A truly special moment to see Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Carla Bruno, Claudia Schiffer, and Helena Christensen reclaim the runway. The generation of the last great supermodels and Versace girls.

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Roberto Cavalli is a name you have to talk about when talking about Milan fashion week.  Featuring silhouettes that perfectly complemented the female form and the strategic use of animal print that was subtle yet made an impact.

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Bottega Veneta was a bright blend of fabrics and textures. Sticking with a mostly pastel color pallets the design and styling managed to make each look pop.

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