Big trends from Milan and London Fashion Week

By Alejandra Hernandez

And we’re back! The Italian capital of fashion and center of luxury fabrics and refined tailoring opened its doors to the public once again right after London Fashion Week. As you may know, covid-19 is still a huge restriction for the fashion community, that’s why Milan fashion week will only be attended by coronavirus-tested Milanese (and international) magazine editors and buyers. But no worries, we can still pick our favorite looks thanks to technology and watch-from-home parties. Ready for some fun?

Animal Prints!

Roberto Cavalli re-introduced us to a new big trend. From large coats to slim cut-out dresses, we guarantee there’s one way to wear anumal print that suits your style perfectly.

Y2K Vibes

We LOVE to watch designers get inspired by Y2K. Kim Jones’ mix of fabrics and accessories are what you need a perfect Paris Hilton look (but make it 2022).

Opera gloves are not going anywhere!

Yes! You read it right, they are not going anywhere! As seen on Maison Margiela’s runway, if they are printed, they will definitely look better. Don’t know hoy to wear them in real life? Check out our article on styling opera gloves!

Gladiator Sandals

Alberta Ferreti’s way of showing us how to mix-and-match everything from safari vibes to goddess dresses with gladiator sandals was breathtaking for sure. (And we are seeing these everywhere!)

Shoulder Pads

What a perfect way to honor the 80s. Shoulder pads are here again and there’s no doubt they will be a huge (pun intended) again. Richard Quinn at London Fashion Week showed us the way to rock them boldly.

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