Milan Fashion Week, which runs from 21 to 28 February, is one of the biggest fashion showcases in the world.
The prestigious event is attended by celebrity and fashion industry A-listers, who come out to watch designers showcase their latest collections.
From bright colours, dramatic mixing & matching of prints and smart innovations to create outstanding looks, everything revealed at #MFW was extraordinary.
Here are our some of favourite collections:
With red dominating, MSGM’s Autumn/Winter 2018 has incredible street/activewear. One of our favourite look is the leather pants with different shades of red and a dramatic city prints sweater.
Looking dope in MSGM outfit.
The talented Stella Jean went all out, creating magnificent looks with activewear mixed with formal pieces to complete high fashion looks. The embroidered drawings added a luxe feel to the clothing too.
Active wear meets formal by Stalla Jean.
Known for their stellar knitwear, Missoni again made quite a splash. From a yellow fur coat to the lightweight two-piece of skirt and glittery cardigan are looks that you wouldn’t want to take off once you wear them. We also love how natural hair from both models were kept in tact without overshadowing the outfits.
Bright and elegant in Missoni garments.
Creative director Donatella Versace brought something fresh this time around mixing bright colours and checkered prints for this collection. The high-end fashion accessorised with playful dices and snakeskin bags. Now, that’s what we call bringing it all together to form fashion explosion.
Extraordinary Versace outfits.
Prada brought a playfulness and innovation with their use of colour. We love how Prada brought out neon colours in puffy pants, fringing tops with a layer tulle over some of the looks.
Everything bright in Prada couture.
Taking it to the jungle with exquisite animal print, Max Mara created magnificent looks. The collection featured mix and matching leopard and tiger print which is very difficult to do. Also, who would've thought that an African grandma’s waist blanket would make it to international runway? Well.there you have it, made as pleated skirt matched with heavy fur coat.
Max Mara's jungle affair.
Accommodating everyone, whether it's for a cool office look or a trendy college girl, Fendi matched summer appropriate mini skirts with sweaters. Sometimes you really don’t have to try too hard, less is more and these looks definitely conquered the runway.
Coolest swag with Fendi.
With these bright elegant pieces, I guess it’s safe to say bringing out your best colours was the order at MFW. The way the thick orange stripes blend in with the yellow ones is sure to for a statement piece. Since Jeremy Scott can't help to be extra, he added double frame sunglasses to complete the look.
Orange glam in Moschino.