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All the trends of Milan Fashion Week FW21

Fringes and vests are still here, while platform shoes and 2000s-inspired looks are coming back

All the trends of Milan Fashion Week FW21 Fringes and vests are still here, while platform shoes and 2000s-inspired looks are coming back
Valentino
Valentino
Valentino
Sportmax
Sportmax
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
No21
No21
Giorgio Armani
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Etro
Etro
Etro
Emporio Armani
Emilio Pucci
Emilio Pucci
Alberta Ferretti
Alberta Ferretti
Alberta Ferretti
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Sunnei
Sunnei
Sunnei
Sportmax
Sportmax
Sportmax
Prada
Prada
Marni
Marni
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Alberta Ferretti
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
MSGM
Del Core
Del Core
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Sportmax
Sportmax
MSGM
Etro
Moschino
Moschino
Missoni
Sunnei
Sunnei
Sunnei
No21
No21
No21
No21
MSGM
MSGM
Prada
Prada
Prada
Prada
Sportmax
Prada
MSGM
MSGM
Marni
Marni
Alberta Ferretti
Alberta Ferretti
Emporio Armani
Blumarine
Blumarine
Prada
Prada
Prada
Prada
Tod's
Tod's
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini
Max Mara
Max Mara
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini
Giorgio Armani
Act n1
Act n1
Act n1
Act n1
Act n1
Vivetta
Vivetta
MSGM
Max Mara
Max Mara
Max Mara
Antonio Marras
Etro
Etro
Etro
Dsquared2
Act n1
Act n1
Act n1
Valentino
Valentino
Valentino
Tod's
Sportmax
Sportmax
No21
No21
No21
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Etro
Blumarine
Blumarine
Giorgio Armani
Marco Rambaldi
Marco Rambaldi
Marco Rambaldi
Marco Rambaldi
Marco Rambaldi

The end of February gave wonderful spring days, but unfortunately it was not possible to run from one fashion show to another. But speaking of digital Milan Fashion Week, we didn't miss any catwalks from our devices, to spot all the trends of the next cold seasons. Taking a cue from the Fall/Winter 2021-22 collections, nss G-Club will reveal what you should keep and what you can leave in the past before moving on to decluttering or seasonal closet revamp.

 

Fringes

Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Valentino
Valentino
Valentino
Etro
Etro
Etro
Marco Rambaldi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
Fendi
No21
No21
Emilio Pucci
Emilio Pucci
Sportmax
Sportmax
Giorgio Armani
Emporio Armani
Alberta Ferretti
Alberta Ferretti
Alberta Ferretti

The soft fringes of Bottega Veneta's latest winter collection enchanted us with their movement, and now the various colleagues try again. Starting from the 1920s recall of those of Fendi dresses, which also offers them on the edge of coats and furs. Paul Andrew at Salvatore Ferragamo puts them on coats, dresses and even trousers, white on black, or white on blue. We will also find them in wool, like the colored ones by Giorgio Armani that evoke an idea of comfort and warmth. Finally, the subtle ones by Etro with which she closes the show are ideal for the evening.

 

Transparencies

Valentino
Valentino
Valentino
Sportmax
Sportmax
Blumarine
Blumarine
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Tod's
Etro
No21
No21
No21
Giorgio Armani

For winter, let's say goodbye temporarily to mini dresses that leave our skin free. To let the body get a glimpse, the fashion brands think of very light long dresses, in overlapping transparent fabrics, ethereal and sensual. From Valentino to Ferragamo, who chooses a silver metal mesh like the skin of the models painted from neck to toe.

 

Vest

Etro
Etro
Etro
Max Mara
Max Mara
Max Mara
MSGM
Dsquared2

Among the confirmations, a garment that is still a thing (and will be in the next seasons) is the vest. The most instagrammed among the trends of this winter now coming to an end, it changes its look: decorated with embroidery according to Etro or padded and quilted according to Max Mara. While it resists in wool, in a funny variant with a ranger bear embroidered according to Dsquared2.

 

Cropped-jacket

Tod's
Tod's
Max Mara
Max Mara
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini

On social media, the famous Teddy coat born in the Eighties under the signature of Max Mara was no less, back in vogue stronger than ever, it creeps into a trend that will be very popular. Teddy coat, but make it cropped: Max Mara proposes it on the catwalk of its Seventieth Anniversary in the olive green and black variant. Micro but with maxi hood the teddy seen by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, together with a variant in jeans and shearling. Cropped will also be leather jackets like those by Tod's, padded and in vibrant colors.

 

Faux-fur

Sportmax
Alberta Ferretti
Alberta Ferretti
Prada
Prada
Prada
Prada
Prada
MSGM
MSGM
Blumarine
Blumarine
Emporio Armani
Marni
Marni

The era of eccentric fur coats is over (well, not for everyone...), it's time to say goodbye to real animal fur. In its place, however, the faux fur takes more and more turn on the catwalks, without pretending to look like real fur: from the pop colors of MSGM, to the mesh fur by Prada, to the multicolor fur of Marni and Emporio Armani... which one will you choose?

 

90s-00s vibes

Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Blumarine
Marco Rambaldi
Marco Rambaldi
Marco Rambaldi
Marco Rambaldi
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
Salvatore Ferragamo
MSGM
Del Core
Del Core

A more recent nostalgia, on which the new Blumarine aesthetic by Nicola Brognano focuses. Growing up with the looks (and music) of Britney Spears and Paris Hilton, he catapults us into the movie Mean Girls straight into a Pink Wednesday. Salvatore Ferragamo's vision of those years is contemporary but completely opposite, aiming at minimal heroin chic (in a very colorful version) of which Kate Moss was the undisputed queen. Which of the two will be your muse for the Fall-Winter 2021 season? Regina George or Kate Moss?

 

Trompe-l’oeil

Act n1
Act n1
Act n1
Vivetta
Vivetta
Antonio Marras

The most curious of the trends, which can be considered contemporary to the previous one, is the trompe-l'oeil. But don't think about that of Elsa Schiaparelli: these are unexpected overlaps that will make fun of our sight next winter. This was to be expected from the playful Vivetta, and here is a sweater with a double collar from her Carillon collection; the laces of a hooded sweatshirt in the shape of doll braids are less predictable. As if she was stripping off her femininity, instead, the ACT N1 suit with a tulle slip that seems to fly away; more rigorous is the coat with an oversized blazer effect by Antonio Marras, which creates a strong optical illusion. Ready to have fun with these games?

 

Tulle

Giorgio Armani
Act n1
Act n1
Act n1
Act n1
Act n1
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini
Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini

Historical reenactments ahead, can we blame Bridgerton? The brands aim for nostalgia with the romantic touch of tulle, in contrast with the skin as in the case of ACT N1, which concludes its show with a profusion of tulle. The one proposed as a detail by Lorenzo Serafini is more measured, to complete the looks of his imaginary college uniforms.

 

Tie-dye

Etro
MSGM
Sportmax
Sportmax
Missoni
Moschino
Moschino

What takes on an all-winter look for the first time is tie-dye. If you have never tried to dye a t-shirt with rope and dyes, it will be possible to recover thanks to Etro, Missoni and Sportmax. In the variants of orange and warm shades, Etro offers it on velvet, Missoni inserts it in its new street-tricot style and Sportmax offers it in its most chic variant. Long dresses with a natural drapery blend in shades of green, orange, fuchsia and burgundy. Instead, they prefer shades and brushstrokes of cold colors MSGM and Moschino.

 

Maxi bags

Sunnei
Sunnei
Sunnei
Prada
Prada
Marni
Marni
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Tod's
Fendi
Alberta Ferretti
Fendi
Fendi
Sportmax
Sportmax
Sportmax

Next winter accessories will be the protagonists, especially bags: enough of mini and micro bags, for Tod's, Sunnei, Marni and Prada this year bags are extreme in volumes, in a xxxl version. Fendi and Sportmax also choose maxi bags to be held tightly under the arm.

 

Platform shoes

Prada
Prada
Prada
Prada
Sunnei
Sunnei
Sunnei
MSGM
MSGM
No21
No21
No21
No21

The platforms that have walked the soft Prada catwalk seem to arrive straight from the seventies. Black and white vinyl and sequins, graphic patterns, these are the main proposals. Who knows if we will see these on everyone's feet like the iconic Monolith boots. Still white, with the black sole those of MSGM and very high and chunky those of Sunnei.