Milan Fashion Week, the fashion that connects us to the world

Milan Fashion Week, the fashion that connects us to the world

Dolce & Gabbana they stage an anthology of their purest and most original creativity, returning precisely to the “origins” of their history. There is no real explicit and declared theme, explored in all its ravines, as happened in the latest collections of the creative duo, but there is a lot of carefree and almost wild sensuality, a lot of opulence, a lot of crystals, a lot of gold, very camouflage. Much of everything: boots and bras, miniskirts and fringes, glitter, floral prints and ham sleeves, laces and bustiers, lace and denim. Yet there is no ostentatious exaggeration: everything is measured, perfectly in the lines of those that have always been the strong points of the brand. A collection that screams all its optimism to the world, and does so loudly. Perhaps because it has been suffocated for too long. Unequivocally, the collection designed by Giorgio Armani. Fluid and impalpable like the sea, light and crystalline, ethereal like a perfume that cannot be described, but also capable of surprises colored in geranium pink and soft volumes like hot air balloons. Closes the day Marni, with a show on the show: Francesco Risso’s creations are not only on the catwalk, but also in the highly selected audience, also fully dressed in the brand’s hand-brushed garments, an integral part of the staging. vf-6274292970001 The show inside and out. From the catwalk, from a television studio, from the present. Fashion increasingly seeks a different form of communication, possibly unprecedented, to reach if not everyone, at least those who have tuned antennas to grasp it. There are, there we are.

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