The fashion month's train is chugging in Paris, but it's time to delve deeply into everything we saw at Milan Fashion Week. Italian brands have been more vibrant lately than ever, largely thanks to Daniel Lee's magical touch at Bottega Veneta, Silvia Fendi's new position at Fendi after the death of Karl Lagerfeld and Raf Simons' news at Prada. As expected, all these brands have left the park this season and set the bar high for autumn 2020.
While browsing runway images, we noticed several topics that could not be ignored. First: edge. The detail has been seen on both clothing and accessories at Bottega Veneta, Jil Sander, Prada and many other heavyweights. Dresses and skirts looked like they were going through a paper shredder in the coolest way. We also noticed five other trends at the Milan Fashion Week shows. Scroll down to shop everyone.
If you still associate Rand with Coachella, it's high time to rethink the trend. Fringe details were found in a variety of ways by almost all major Italian designers, including dresses, skirts and bags.
Ladies and gentlemen, can we turn your attention to your neck? This season, Italian brands were all about statement collars with vintage flair.
Next up are the five most important new trends from London.
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