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Milan Fashion Week FW22 Moodboard

The inspirations from the catwalks

Milan Fashion Week FW22 Moodboard The inspirations from the catwalks

Milan Fashion Week has just ended and, after months of lockdowns and postponements caused by the pandemic, has sanctioned the return to fashion shows in presence. Each designer, following their own personal codes, opted for collections celebrating a return to life, bringing to the catwalk creations capable of mixing sartorial expertise and sensuality. The early 2000s with Gen's nostalgia for an era they did not live through continued to influence the catwalks of many, from Diesel to Blumarine, confirming the return of low waists and very short miniskirts, almost more like a belt as those proposed by Glenn Martens. As had already emerged from the PFW dedicated to SS22, another great inspiration is the roaring '20s evoked, albeit remixed with a certain '80s mood reminiscent of Hedi Slimane, by Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini and by Max Mara with its homage to artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp. The cinema also remains a huge source of ideas for many designers, such as Jeremy Scott for Moschino, who cites both Space Odyssey and Beauty and the Beast, and Sportmax, who pays homage to some of the iconic and dark female heroines of the silver screen. 

Here are some of the most interesting references from the FW22 collections.

 

Gucci - Madonna in adidas for the premiere of "Sleepless in Seattle" in 1993

 

Diesel - Christina Aguilera in Dirrty period

 

Max Mara - Sophie Taeuber-Arp

 

Blumarine - Eva Herzigova by Helmut Newton, for 1995 Anna Molinari/Blumarine campaign

 

Bottega Veneta - Umberto Boccioni

 

Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini - Jeanne Mammen

 

Sportmax - Hollywood’s heroines (Blade Runner, Vertigo, The Hunger)

 

 Moschino- The Beauty and the Beast, Mickey and the Beanstalk

 

Fendi - Fendi's archive (SS86 - SS02)

 

MSMG - Milky Way Galaxy