This season our favorite designers have made us feel all kinds of ways. We felt like wanderlust at Fendi’s airport installation, we got kinky vibes at the Moschino show and Donatella brought us back to the Versace roots. Without further ado, these were our favorite FW18 silhouettes from Milan Fashion Week.
We were actually positively surprised by Jeremy Scott’s designs for Moschino FW18. His striped deconstructed blazer and the overall latex details triggered us. If you don’t mind a nip slip, you would have liked it too. Nothing like his last Paris presentation, he showed us a psychedelic and kinky collection worn by both men and women.
Last season Donatella’s work in honor of her late brother Gianni Versace was unforgettable. However, this show Versace’s menswear FW18 silhouettes were inspired by the house’s Home collection. While their womenswear on the catwalk was influenced by its archives. Seems like she’s the only one who can combine heavy prints in such a luxurious way.
At Maison Fendi’s the 2F symbol was omnipresent throughout the collection. As each boy was flaunting his designated 2F-incorporated fleece jacket, accessory, hat, or coat. We were focused on the baggage carrier silhouette. That put a smile on our faces. However, their creative team demonstrated how sporty outerwear and travel accessories for men can look like.
The beginning phase of the Prada show did not impress us at all. And towards the end, they lost us again. Yet, from the moment we saw flames and bananas our attention span grew a bit. Maybe we got carried away with the tourist-in-Hawaii vibes the Prada boys and girls suddenly gave us. Or maybe we really need a vacation. Either way, the flames clearly stuck in our heads. So don’t look rattled when you see us downtown wearing a beach-side outfit. Prada made us do it!
Just like Donatella did last season in Milan, MSGM too served pink looks. The Massimo Giorgetti did a bomb ass job too styling their FW18 silhouettes on real students.
This fall/winter season creative director Francesco Ragazzi let the Palm Angels logos speak for themselves. Their looks are fun to look at especially the pierced ski masks with pins.
This fall-winter presentation was simple and clean. Not too much, but just enough. Them most highlighted items were the trenchcoats with gun flaps and its derived models. However, this collection might get us so far to invest in one of their winter coats.
We do appreciate Gosha’s signature 90s sportsmen style. As he continues to create his capsule collections with Burberry and Adidas, we are still missing something at his shows. We had our favorites, like the long bomber which was major. Also, the Adidas collab so good! However, there’s still something exciting missing at Gosha’s house.
Photo credits: Vogue Runway