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Best Trends of Milan Fashion Week 2018

Beatrice Lessi

Let’s face it: Milan is the winner of all things to copy. Yes, New York is VIP and show business paradise. London has innovation. Paris means business. But the taste, sexiness and budget ideas you see in Milan are nowhere else. I collected the best trends you can get inspired by, or even copy paste – one or two are enough to update your closet.


The biggest and sweetest winner of all catwalks seen up to now is Tod’s. Not only the outfits are gorgeous, but models carried a puppy in their hands – everybody melted.

Gigi smiles for a reason. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Aww – who can resist? Photo: vogue.co.uk


Warm and comfortable, adding mystery to next Winter’s look.

Versace added some mystery to the LBD with a balaclava style hood. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Gucci used Balaclavas in all variations – extreme looks that will probably be used in a simplified way. Photo: vogue.co.uk


If in the mood of daring, wait no more: everything is allowed, and your old Carnival outfit might be used for a night out. Wigs, men’s ties, circus-inspired sparkle and exaggerations are in.

Ready for the circus, by Moschino. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Street style magic – like Carnival? Photo: vogue.co.uk

Sexy Socks

Seen at Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Versace runaway. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Turtleneck Monochrome

The high neck jumper was always a winter classic. Today, it’s more of a statement in bright colors from top to toe.

Krizia. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Just seen at Sportmax. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Fendi Logo

The classic Fendi brown and black logo has done a huge comeback on catwalks, but also on the streets and front row celebrity guests. Bold and in your face.

Gigi Hadid in Fendi bomber and bag. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Chloe Grace Moretz, Sasha Lane, Tommy Dorfman, Jamie Campbell Bower and Sam Bower. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Yellow Shades

Light, colored sunglasses are a recent trend. This year, yellow and orange are a must.

Seen on the streets – 70s yellow sunglasses. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Street Style stars: colored shades. Photo: vogue.co.uk


Candy-like, paired with ribbons, in pastel colors or precious fabric, ruffles are another big trend to be inspired by.

ChloƩ Sevigny at the Gucci show. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Ermanno Scervino. Photo: vogue.co.uk


Veils, transparency, see-through glamour, perfectly visible underwear, top without bottom: the body has never been so exposed. If you love the sexy look and feel comfortable, get exposed.

Seen at Cavalli. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Blumarine’s half naked look: very sexy. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Summer in Winter

This is a zero cost trend – mind you: not for the weak ones. Simply wear Summer clothes in Winter. Add a coat and resist.

Jasmine Sanders at Cavalli. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Rita Ora at the Prada show. Photo: vogue.co.uk

The Fur Comeback?

Don’t ask me about this trend, because I don’t understand it. Do designers really have a chance of selling these old school, overpriced, showing off outfits? But furs were very present at the shows, so there must be a market for them.

Kendall Jenner for DSquared2 – social media were not happy about this look. Photo: vogue.co.uk

Completely furry at Fendi. Photo: vogue.co.uk