From the Milano Fashion Week the fashion trends ofautumn winter 2022 2023: below you will find the best looks and details of the shows.
From Catania to Milan with love, Alfredo Cortese’s introspective collection was a pleasant surprise: among very light feathers, crystal fringes and touches of paint.
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Safety pins to combine the cuts of the fabric, transparencies for the utility and printed jersey for pregnancy. Denim and lots of color for autumn winter 2022 2023.
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Plissé that seem to be of mercury, material devoré and a wise use of color, they bring Alberta Ferretti at a higher level: that of divine ethereal elegance dropped into contemporaneity.
Knitwear and fluid jersey are the protagonists: they accompany the body in their natural beauty, enhancing every curve of the silhouette.
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Furry collars, mini suits and rose-shaped cups tell the 90s look of Nicola Brognano: the designer has been able to restore the Italian label to its splendor by fetching from the vintage aesthetic, however bringing every single element into the contemporary.
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Matthieu Blazy marks the way of the new minimalism that combines dry lines with comfort. It is art that makes everything so posh: it becomes abstract fantasy on clothes, sculpture on a heel and pure color on the skin.
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Of the Core
Transparency of fabrics, natural prints and organic shapes were spotted at the Del Core show: entomology becomes Red string of clothes and accessories that capture the attention of critics.
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Tailoring 2.0 according to Glenn Martens for Diesel that focuses on denim fabric and works it with ingenuity: here it becomes a maxi belt (or a miniskirt ?!), a pair of cargo boots and, finally, a pair of jeans with a flavor 2000s.
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Dolce & Gabbana
Il tailoring Italian (revisited according to Dolce & Gabbana), sensual transparencies and shoulders accentuated as a cartoon. Absolute black is contrasted with virtual colors, even in the furry version.
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Fascinating red velvet and black satin for a hyper-feminine woman who becomes a symbol of beauty and sensuality.
Bagliori, ciré fabric and vinyl, but also liquid velvet and very light silk: this is the glamor of Giorgio Armani for Emporio.