Milan Fashion Week Spring 2021 – Tracking the standouts
Nothing gets close to elegance when compared to the Milan Fashion Week. With a display of elegant materials, luxurious display, and pristine tailoring, the Spring 2021 collection stood out for all real and right reasons. Here’s presenting some of the best looks of the season’s collection by some of the top designers.
Call it an unprecedented partnership in fashion when Raf Simons shook hands with Miuccia Prada last February. There were mixed reactions and anticipations, but as the show rolled with a collection of 40 looks streaming on Prada.com, it cleared all doubts and stunned us with magnificence.
Here are some of the best looks of the collection.
2. Emporio Armani
Mr. Armani preferred his usual experimental yet traditional touch. There were collarless long-skirted unlined jackets, and wide pants in checked mixed linen dévoré in menswear to establish the theme of both silhouette and weight. Womenswear had a variety of wide belted strapless dresses in softly patterned silks with knot details. There were oversized trenches and full-skirted layered organza minidresses. Here are some of the best ones.
3. Dolce & Gabbana
While Armani was all about minimalism and soft hues, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana purposely picked bright collages of print—runway, walls, benches, and all. The hashtag #DGSicilianPatchwork narrated the season’s theme for the collection consisting of hourglass dresses and sharply cut jackets pieced together from brocade squares, chiffon georgette, and cotton, among other materials.
4. Alberta Ferretti
The show by Alberta Ferretti was staged in the open air in one of the courtyards of Milan’s Castello Sforzesco where the signature romantic style of the designer’s obsession reflected with the 80s-inflected outings. Ferretti translated her statement into an appealing repertoire of the feminine, flowing muslin dresses, and shorter, more ingénue-ish styles in broderie anglaise or encrustations of macramé lace.