Milan Fashion Week tapped female power on runway

Milan –

Designers harnessed the power of women on the third day of Milan Fashion Week to preview their upcoming fall and winter collections.

In Cormio, a youth soccer team rented a field as a runway venue, interrupting practice to watch was girl power. . And Gucci has built a new female archetype during his directorial stage in the meantime.

Highlights from Friday’s runway show, day three of the predominantly women’s collection:

GUCCI paints the past while looking to the future

The first womenswear show after Alessandro Michele and before Sabato de Sarno Gucci put the fashion world in suspended animation, wondering where the brand would ultimately go.

The collections designed by Gucci’s team, many of which have worked at the Maison for 20 years, build on the traditions they have helped create. The note cited 1990s Tom He Ford sensual colors. There were even signs of his eccentric flourishing just months after Michele stepped down.

But perhaps most important in this palette-cleansing moment was the strong current of Gucci Basics, and the utilitarian flow. It included a wide-shouldered 1990s cutsuit paired with easy-fitting pants, men’s wide-cut shirting jeans, a generous overcoat, and a large all-purpose handbag.

Otherwise, sheers dominated the runways, revealing brightly-hued Gucci-branded thongs and fishnet stockings through the garments. The Gucci team provided plenty of fur coats to cover the destination.

The looks were finished off with kitten heels, some with furry accents and rounded Double G heels.

Mannequin, the Italian rock sensation often dressed up by Gucci, attended the show.

Cormio Pushes Girl Power

Designer Isabelle Cormio presents a collection of indoor pitch soccer shoes and soccer ball-shaped bags that mix girly elements such as ruffles, ribbons and bows with athletics.

All Cormio brand looks are easy to wear, easy to move in and feature a variety of layering possibilities, highlighting Gen Z staples of effortless comfort and self-styling.

A dress stretched over the form. Raised argyle knitwear was neatly layered with a ruffled drainage super cropped sweater.The star is the motif of the collection, stretching her dress and pleating her denim mini skirt with knee socks. It’s something that’s captured somewhere between girlhood and adulthood.


Andrea Adamo is here to say that someone from a small town in the Calabria region of southern Italy can hit the runway in Milan.

In keeping with that tradition, he presents the Andreadamo Grand with a power look that combines grommets with leather, tulle and knitwear.

Tulle is wrapped around the knit and wrapped like a mummy. Nude dress covered with grommets in a mermaid style. Andamo also adds volume to her big boots that wrap around the knees and pant legs.

The seasonal motif is fig leaves. And the quintessential “Eve” capped off the show with a naked bodysuit with appropriately placed metal digs.

Adamo said the collection pays homage to his hometown of Crotone and its fragile mountainside rendered in earthy tones. The old seamstress couldn’t see him make it to the big fashion cities of the north.

Standing in front of a mood board and noting the details of each model before the show, Adamo wiped away tears of memory.

“This is a tribute to my city and shows that you can dream from even a small city in the South,” he said.

TOD’S warms up for next winter

Fashion meets art at the upcoming fall and winter Tod’s runway shows, set amidst towering reinforced concrete structures entitled ‘The Seven Heavenly Palaces’ by Anselm Kiefer.

Outerwear is at the heart of creative director Walter Chiapponi’s latest collection, from floor-swept parkas to cropped bombers.

Clean lines in warm monotones highlight functionality and craftsmanship details. The miniskirt is paired with his ribbed knit shirt with leather details and his closed-toe slingback shoes, the dress is cinched with a parka-like waist, and the teddy bear ballet his flats were worn. with shearling. This is an urban wardrobe that can be easily converted into an office.

Despite the early morning calls, the runway show was a celebrity-inspired affair, with the likes of Kathryn Newton from the United States, Millie Alcock from Australia, Liu Sisi from China, Nana Eikura from Japan, and South Korean singers. , which included an array of international actresses. joy.

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