Best Milan Fashion Week Fall 2019 Looks

by HULA , March 1, 2019

From Moncler’s Genius’ collections with Valentiono creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli, with his past Milan fashion week to the last collection designed by Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi, this past Milan Fashion Week gave us anything but boring.

Built around a series of high-profile designer collaborations, the Genius project is a strategy Moncler lauched a year ago to release new products on a monthly basis to attract millennial customers. Pierpaolo Piccioli’s collaboration with Liya Kebede for Moncler is a standout show – down jackets reimagined as ball gowns worn by a cast of all black models cast agains a rococo ballroom backdrop, bringing to mind the contrast from the iconic 1948 Cecil Beaton picture of an all white female cast in Charles James couture gowns.

At Fendi, the show left a tearful backstage set and audience – Karl Lagerfeld’s last collection for Fendi displayed plenty of his signature designs that help kept the brand at the forefront of influence since his joining in 1967 – high Edwardian collars, interlinked F logos and more. After the traditional viewing of the runway video, Silvia Venturini Fendi, who first met Lagerfeld when she was 4, thanked her distraught team and repeated the words that Lagerfeld says after every collection: “And now, the next!”

Other shows that stood out including a hilarious one from Moschino with graphics inspired by game-show nights; Daniel Lee’s first collection for Bottega Venetta, where he reworked the house’s favorite material of leather in challenging, interesting ways – not exactly the Pheobe Philo replacement people hope he’d be – but that’s not what he was going for; Versace’s glam, 90s interpretation of grunge; and eccentricity, as always, in the form of black masks with spikes, updated tailoring and more from Alessandro Michele for Gucci. Here are our favorite looks from Milan Fashion Week Fall 2019.

 

Bottega Veneta Fall 2019

 

Fendi Fall 2019

 

Gucci Fall 2019

 

Jil Sander Fall 2019

 

Marni Fall 2019

 

Max Mara Fall 2019

 

Moncler 1 Pierpaolo Piccioli

 

Moschino Fall 2019

 

N°21 Fall 2019

 

Prada Fall 2019

 

Versace Fall 2019

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