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Everything that happened at MFW

Like every year, the Milan Fashion Week, held from 19 to 25 September, featured many events, not only related to fashion


It is nothing new that Fashion Week brings not only fashion-related events to the city, but also much more. In particular, this week in the name of style brought moments that are hard to forget.

How can we not put the debut of Gucci's new creative director, Sabato de Sarno, at the top of the list; between the melancholy for Alessandro Michele and the astonishment of the brand's new elegance, it was certainly a much discussed fashion show. Another fashion giant, Prada, said goodbye to its style office pillar, Fabio Zambernardi, Miuccia's colleague for 40 years.

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At the Versace fashion show, on the other hand, the excitement of the 90s returns, with Claudia Schiffer closing the catwalk as if Gianni Versace still lives on in the conception of his brand, and not only in the legacy. At Fendi, on the other hand, icons make their way to the front row, we find Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, flanked also by contemporary stars such as Winnie Harlow and Cara Delevingne.

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Moving on, the Moschino fashion show was no longer just the development of a collection followed by a creative director, but many stylists combined their creativity to bring Franco Moschino's collection to life; moreover, at the end of the catwalk, 40 models walked in jeans and t-shirts to celebrate the brand's 40th anniversary.

The brand The Attico, led by the much-admired Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini, debuted with its first fashion show at Fashion Week: guests were able to admire the collection while comfortably seated on sofas placed on the street, signifying that they live fashion for the city, on the streets and in the centre of “street” life.

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Another debut was that of Peter Hawkings for Tom Ford, bringing back the roots of the brand founded by the Texan designer. Furthermore, on 24 September, Brazilian designer Karoline Vitto debuted with her collection based on the inclusiveness of the female body, which is enhanced in all its forms.




Illustration by Gloria Dozio - Acrimònia Studios