Milan Fashion Week autumn winter 2020

The new season of Milan Fashion Week was held from 10 to 14 January 2020, this fashion week held 77 collections, of which 26 are fashion shows, 46 presentations. Big names on the calendar in the annual calendar, which creates special events designed to highlight the enormous creative and entrepreneurial capacity of Italian fashion and its production chain.

The fashion week started with Dsquared2 who celebrated their 25th anniversary to pay tribute to their history and iconic moments, cardigans, vests, in ribbed silk, foggy mohair and cashmere are layered over each other in sensual styling and character shirt – a staple in the Dsquared2 wardrobe – in linen for the winter a worn finish. The collection reveals her heart in the phrase "love is …", taken from a comic book by cartoonist Kim Casali, which was inspired by a series of love notes that she designed for her future husband. After the same night in the program was Ermenegildo Zegna In this geometric band with forest, Ermenegildo Zegna The XXX Winter 2020 collection is being implemented. Three-button suits with slightly boxy, one-breasts-and-a-half jackets and tapered trousers are worn under puffy blouses; Zipper tops with low collar lines replace traditional sweaters. The tailored vest makes a comeback, like a fit-partout, with or without a suit. A process of constant morphing defines evolved forms: covers, belt blazers; bulky coats with deep back folds; rock / parka mergers; shirts that are double as short-sleeved blouses.

The second day was a combination of fantastic shoes and outstanding presentation. A show that caught our attention was Dolce Gabbana. The designers aimed during the show were to tell a story of a journey through the intricate skill of handmade craftsmanship and creativity; two worlds that communicate emotions and concrete expressions of the Italian tradition of transferring from generation to generation. Another good presentation the same day was Brunello Cucinelli, always known for its fantastic finishing and beautiful soft wool, the Italian giant presented another large collection in its headquarters. Two fantastic shoe designs also showed on the same day, starting with Jimmy Choo and in the evening it was Church tonight, a presentation set at a British hotel in the center of Milan with new sneakers and high tops for next winter.

Day three was a hectic day Salvatore Ferragamo & # 39;returns to Milan's schedule for men's clothing. Ferregamo s Creative director Paul Andrew begins a playful exploration of the increasingly diverse and fluid and free nature of contemporary masculine identities. The introductory look, for example, features a peacock (Sailor) in Scottish herringbone tweed (businessman) with a double fold at the front which is drawn from the Japanese beachwear of the 1980s. Prada Prada Prada, always one of the highlights of men's fashion week. The collection presents synchronous, yet anonymous, views on tradition, on the known, on nature – human and other. A fantasy of the classic. The collection is constantly exploring an uncertain metaphysical inland, caught between two poles, seen from another vantage point. This idea is boldly expressed through manufacturing: traditional materials are combined with technically innovative, recycled fibers in chromatic colors. Light colored, two-dimensional, a representation or gesture rather than a reality, while style graphics and colors reflect an unnatural nature. Move to presentation page, Santoni presented yet another fantastic collection of shoes in a super cool atmosphere. After the evening Tod the new creative director Walter Chapponi debuted his first men's collection with a wardrobe that rediscovered the classics, showing elegance as an attitude, imprinted in a fierce gentleman rebellion. When it comes to accessories, the star of the show was Winter Gommini, a true one Tod icon.

Day four for us was Tom Ford and Fendi day. On Tom Ford presentation we saw suits that are in variety of shades and fabrications that wore Prince of Wales wool and gently washed denim best. In addition to a matching jacket, the pants in denim were evocative from the first to the mid-90s. In addition to the powerful supporting performances delivered by a crocodile and the shimmering jacket in rosy pink tones, both upholstered accessories with AirPods and iPhone leather cases. Following Tom Ford where Fendi show. A collection designed by Silvia Venturini Fendi represents a new normal, where & # 39; traditional & # 39; garments are not always as they seem. Alternating a sartorial canon of melon wool, heavy twill and flannel with the plush hand of shear, flocked denim and corduroy suede, the collection is developed through the application of trompe l & oeil fabrics and transformative proportions. Another cool twist during the show was the game on the interior and surface of the presentation of bags which seemed to be pieces of Fendi yellow packaging, rather than actual Fendi Products. Silvia Venturini Fendi collaborates with the Japanese designer Anrealage on a selection of photochromic outerwear and accessories. As the first Ready-to-Wear designer to use UV color changing fabric technology.

Closing men's fashion week was huge Gucci returning to the men's catwalk. Alessandro Michele invited his guest to "revise and retest" the characteristics of the character through a real journey in clothing back to childhood. The center of the course had a huge pendulum that ticked back and forth. A baby blue coat and some of the jeans were with green bruises of grass stains. Went our attention as well as the two bags contained the floor FALSE on one side and not on the other hand, while T-shirts read "impatience" and "impotence."