Top 5 Looks We Absolutely Loved From Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017

Don’t you just love checking out style trends at the fashion week?

Well, we sure do and while we always make it a point to bring you the highs and lows of all the fashion weeks every season, why don’t we take a look at some styles WHILST the fashion week is still in progress?

Yes, that’s right. Here is a compilation of the top 5 styles that we absolutely loved straight from Day 2 of the Milan Fashion Week 2017:

Perfection from Max Mara

Max Mara show cased a sophisticated collection of a mix of classic Italian luxury with certain Scandinavian designs. There were monochromatic shades of reds, greys, camels and knit wear that was both slouchy and sexy at the same time. Street wear styles though, seemed a little less interesting. Here is a look from Max Mara that we loved.

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Finesse by Fendi

Fendi show cased a 70’s inspired line of silhouettes that seemed modern still with midi-length skirts and thigh high boots. Karl Lagerfeld of course had a very special take on Fendi Fall 2017. And fur is always at its best with Fendi.

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The code of Roberto Cavalli

The brand showed its collection in a presentation format, with its clothes worn by mannequins instead of models. It included sexy sheer paneling, snakeskin detailing and a lot of animal prints. The brand is yet to have its own creative director, although Fausto Puglisi is rumored to be in line for the same.

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Prada of course

If you wanna experiment styling with any piece of clothing from the past decades, then you don’t have to look further than Prada. Miuccia Prada never fails to make jaws drop and somehow she always manages to show case smart and conceptually different styles and you know what the best part is? They are all still very much wearable.
As for this year, let’s just say, she just gave us wardrobe goals with every single coat in her Fall 2017 collection. Here’s one:

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Surprise with Moschino

This year Jeremy Scott for his Moschino Fall 2017 collection designed clothes inspired by literal trash. Well, don’t sigh just yet. I must say it was quite a chic collection. A lot of the cardboard box inspired looks were very wearable and very flattering as well. Of course, it had its bit of quirk, but the right amount.

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So those were some of our favorites from the show. Which ones are yours?

Image sources: http://fashionista.com/2017/02/milan-fashion-week-fall-2017-day-2
http://edition.cnn.com/2015/09/28/fashion/milan-fashion-week-roundup/

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