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It’s no surprise why Milan is the fashion capital of the world, but for just one week in September it becomes a city obsessed, obsessed and all-consuming with what’s fashionable. Milan literally sleeps, eats and breathes his late-September fashion, the city’s streets and show venues flooded and well-dressed with chauffeured celebrities from all over the world claiming front-row seats at the show. Jodie Turner-Smith, Fionn O’Shea, Daisy Edgar Jones-Smith for Gucci, Hunter Shaffer, Storm Reid and Lorde for Prada, Julia Fox for Diesel, Alessandria Ambrosio for Alberta Ferretti, Shay for Fendi・Mitchell and others have expressed their support. Their pet designers have delighted an army of street-style paparazzi, jumping on all the glitz and glamor of the sidewalks. The energy was palpable, and the show was instantly interpreted and made a frenzy on social media. Tik-Tok and Youtube jinging With all the drama, theatre, show antics, and trends!
When it comes to trends, it was all about gorgeous glowing skin on display – or so it felt! Introducing lingerie-inspired pieces. Blazing hot and ultra-sexy brands Roberto Cavalli, Versace and Blumarine showcased their own take on the form-fitting, closed-cut trend. A bit of a sensual design language. Even Missoni has created a show full of body caressing super pieces this season.
Streetwear labels Diesel, Dsquared, and GCDS also embraced the trend and paid tribute to it. “Mermaid” theme (new “Little Mermaid’ The movie?) was also prolific. Denim was seen in many collections, especially Blumarine, Diesel and GCDS. Like royal purple, black was also important, especially in Donatella’s Versace “Gothic” collection. It was bright and shining. Overall, bright, fun, fun, very Spring and summer!
Fausto Priisi’s third runway show for Roberto Cavalli was an inspiring event, but something a little different from his predecessor’s show, which was themed around the brand’s famous signature animal print. . There were definitely plenty of old-school Cavalli spots, stripes and markings this time around, but there were also some very glamorous Hollywood glamours in the show’s stunning ’50s silhouettes. Said to have been inspired by stage artist Tony Duquette) and a palm tree theme! skin is on display. Fun!
Discover the Roberto Cavalli Spring/Summer 2023 show here.
Versace goth woman hot and sultry with Prince in the background purple rainAnd royal, gritty and sexy purple was undoubtedly the star of the Donatella Versace show. Donatella, designer, owner and Versace’s unparalleled driving force. she says, “I’ve always loved women who were rebellious, confident, smart, and a little bit of a diva.” Microminis, biker jackets, bustiers and low slung denim jeans were created for a collection that screamed the rebellious sex goddess of the 80s. There was an excess of black as well as weird pops of bright color – acid yellow, magenta, purple, purple and more purple! There were no babydolls, lace veils, miniskirts or other surprises made for the undeniably Versace, or Donatella, collection.
See the Versace Spring/Summer 2023 show here:
Newly appointed Creative Director Filippo Grazioli has adopted the sexy, closed, perhaps paired-down version of the full body-con silhouette familiar to the legendary Maison. There were dresses of all lengths, from the skimpiest micro minis to maxi to floor sweeping frocks. The color palette ranges from very striking and graphic black and white to bold colors such as sunshine yellow, vibrant magenta and dreamy sea green cyan. Various. Bright, bold, and overt with his ’90s vibes, this is a new take on the ‘old’ Missoni, and perhaps his GenZees could wrap up all this glamorous, sexy, celebrity-like fashion. Which one is the most expensive?
Check out the Missoni Spring/Summer 2023 show here.
Creative Director Nicola Brognano denounces the mermaid obsession: little mermaid from his childhood.This Season’s Blumarine Girls teeth Mermaids – Glamorous, Sexy…and Gothic! The Blumarine silhouette is skin-tight, fitted and accessorized with seashell-inspired bra cups, ultra-low flared jeans and gothic cloths. Every curve is accentuated in this sexy range, with tops, skirts, jeans and dresses that reveal midriffs and cleavage, and a ton of glowing skin on display for every occasion.
Check out the Blumarine Spring/Summer 2023 show here.
Tan denim, denim jersey, knit denim, fringe denim, old school denim…they were all there. The ultimate denim label, Diesel has showcased its expert design skills on the world’s most sought-after fabrics and wowed every look with denim products. But it’s not just denim; also made a cameo appearance.
Check out the Diesel Spring/Summer 2023 show here.
A chic surfer girl is what Dsquared’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection is all about. Rich in layering, the collection includes midriff-baring vest tops, bitchy bikinis, wrap skirts, leggings, and blazers that magically maximize your skin. Chiffon, organza, sequins, and lycra are used in asymmetric, one-shoulder, slash, and layered fashions to create sexy appeal and an understated, unpretentious surfer-girl mood.
Discover the Dsquared Spring/Summer 2023 collection here:
In yet another celebration of glowing skin, the brightest shades of ripped denim, neon-popping lycra, denim, sequins, rhinestones, knits and crochet are featured in the sexiest mermaid dresses, sweatshirts, micro bras, bikinis and shorts. , fashioned into a jacket…a collection that cheers. This season’s color trends were mysteriously reflected in the collection. Sunshine Her Yellow, Shocking Her Pink, Lavender, Tangerine, Silver, Neo Her Yellow, Pastel all hit the spotlight with a range that is sure to enliven the wardrobe of any summer-craving, beach-loving fashionista. . .
Watch the SS 2023 Show on GCDS here: