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Our Favourite Collections from Milan’s 2018 Fashion Week

There was a lot of jaw dropping artistic expression at this year’s Milan’s Fashion Week, but here are our fav's.

From Gucci models carrying fake severed heads to drones flying Dolce and Gabbana handbags down the runway, there was a lot of jaw dropping artistic expression at this year’s Milan’s Fashion Week.

Some collections stood out to us above others and we feel that it’s our fashion mission to tell you which ones. Here are our favourites:

Moschino

 

Moschino brought 60s’ retro right back… and we love it. The pastel pinks, orange and yellow checkered prints, and feminine jackets with matching skirts brought a nostalgic feeling that we’ve missed. Some models were even covered in coloured paint that gave the collection an outer space-like vibe.

Versace

 

Colours and 90s print were Versace’s two favourite things on the Italian runways. Nobody can pair multi-coloured skirts with funky prints like Versace can.

 Prada

 

Prada’s collection was every millennials dream—especially those who love science fiction. Their unique ready-to-wear collection is like walking into a futuristic dystopian world where fashion is your weapon.

Fendi

 

Fendi rocked neutral tones and elegant styles. From patterned coats, furry jackets to structured dresses Fendi had fashion thought out from head to toe.

Fashion took new heights at this year’s MFW. Designers pushed their collections to new limits and eras, and models rocked their outfits with confidence and style. We loved what we saw on the runways this year and we can’t wait to see what the designers have in store next.

Ciao bella,

Alison Gordon Studio

By: Karolina Jalowska

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