That’s a wrap for Milan Fashion Week. The Italian fashion capital had yet another lonely fashion week due to the pandemic. When we look back, we remember a week filled with editors, models, photographers running from one show to the other, influencers changing their outfits in the car, special dinners and parties after a famous show, photographers surrounding a famous celebrity and people screaming her/his name. There was so much noise, so much traffic but we still loved that kind of chaos. We were used to it because that was the norm of the fashion week, the beauty of it.
Now it is all about silence. Fashion shows behind closed doors with no attendees, designers utilizing films and livestream platforms, look books being presented, and more.
But this situation is not letting us down. Designers are still showing their creativity in the best way possible.
Miuccia Prada for example gathered a list of famous individuals to comment on her collection created in partnership with Raf Simons. It was so beautiful and empowering.
Kim Jones presented his second collection with house Fendi where earth tones dominated, giving us a clue that minimalism will be one of the trends for the fall 2021 season.
Max Mara celebrated 70 years since its creation by Achille Maramotti.
Jeremy Scott presented a beautiful show within a show for his collection for Moschino.
There was so much going on during Milan Fashion Week and thanks to the technology and all the social media platforms we had the opportunity to be part of it while in the comfort of our home.
PRADA FALL 2021
Photos are courtesy of Prada
MAX MARA FALL 2021
Photos are courtesy of Max Mara
MOSCHINO FALL 2021
Photos are courtesy of Moschino
MARNI FALL 2021
Photos are courtesy of Marni
ETRO FALL 2021
Photos are courtesy of Etro
FENDI FALL 2021
Photos are courtesy of Fendi
ALBERTA FERRETTI FALL 2021
Photos are courtesy of Alberta Ferretti
GIORGIO ARMANI FALL 2021
Photos are courtesy of Giorgio Armani