There’s always something extraordinary to discover at Milan Fashion Week and after last season’s dragons and drones, the sky is the limit.
Unlike last time, Gucci won’t be kicking things off as the brand migrates to Paris for a one off runway, so instead they will be hosting a soiree and Alberta Ferretti alongside Moncler will start the show proceedings.
Bottega Veneta are skipping the schedule to allow their new creative director Daniel Lee to work on a debut collection for fall, however sportswear brand Fila makes a surprise addition to the schedule as well as Attico that are hosting an intimate presentation.
We are looking forward to seeing more from Prada following a series of successful collections as well as Versace. In our recent interview, Donatella Versace spoke about promoting women empowerment, equality and freedom through her clothes so be prepared for a powerhouse of models and statement pieces. At Roberto Cavalli, Paul Surridge has been defining his voice and balancing it with the brands rich archive. For SS19 we expect to see more of his design aesthetic.
Missoni will be celebrating 65th anniversary, and following last season’s Dolce & Gabbana show that saw drones fly down the runway carrying bags, what will the dynamic duo do next?
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