The latest from the Fall/Winter 2023 collections as the most recent edition of Milan Fashion Week comes to a close.
For his second collection for Ferragamo, Maximilian Davis presented a super-chic futuristic silhouette for men and women. With a sleek colour palette of black, white navy blue and red the collection offers a refined, understated elegance that’s beginning to define this new chapter for the brand.
Dolce&Gabbana’s Winter 24 collection “Sensual” is inspired by that very word. Exploring femininity in a way that celebrates the beauty and sophistication of women, the designers are once again inspired by their archive as well as the House’s muse Kim Kardashian. a sultry colour palette of black and red further evokes a sensuality. At the same time, metallic highlights offer an aura around the women who wear these designs.
Filippo Grazioli’s latest collection for Missoni offered a glamorous take on the House’s signature design codes. Keeping the iconic stripes but twisting them into a seventies-style zigzag motif, he blends modernity with a touch of heritage for a grownup curation of essential pieces.
Matthieu Blazy’s Fall/Winter 2023 collection for Bottega Veneta was a carnival of colours and textures with a luxurious display of looks from everyday wear to glamorous evening ensembles, elevated in the Bottega way. Inspired by the history of Italy, the designer celebrated the finest craftsmanship of the country, presented through oversized silhouettes, deconstructed designs and luxe materials.
The Giorgio Armani Women’s Fall/Winter 2023 collection “CIPRIA” offers a fluid silhouette, and soft movement as fabrics sashay over the body. Silky dresses, pyjama-style ensembles, soft trousers and enveloping jackets are offered in a rich colour palette of black beige and bronze, with a touch of pink, while stylish floral motifs add a touch of masculinity.