Ciao, Milano! 5 Top Trends from Milan Fashion Week

By Veronica Tang

It’s no surprise that Italians are bold when it comes to fashion, and this season is no different. Designers of Milan showed off a few key trends including comfortable fashion and girly details, like pleats and sequins. We also noticed an abundance of logos, suggesting that the big names are dying to be showed off. See a summary of 5 of our favourite Milan Fashion Week trends below.

Comfy Pajamas

Left to right: Dolce & Gabbana, Bally, Fendi, Ports 1961, For Restless Sleepers


Who doesn’t love mixing fashion with comfort? With all these top designers making pajamas look glamorous, maybe it’ll be acceptable to wear pajamas to class soon!

Dazzling Sequins

Left to right: Giorgio Armani, Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci

Designers like Dolce & Gabbana and Gucci didn’t shy away from making a statement with this fun trend. Sequins are perfect for the upcoming holiday season, or whenever you want to shine (under)  like a disco ball!

Sporty Chic

Left to right: Max Mara, Sportmax, Versace, MSGM

Spotted: Nylon, leggings, and performance wear. Milan’s designers bring athletic wear to a new level, one that’s ready to command attention on city streets.

Loco for Logos

Left to right: Versace, Moschino, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana

Who’s your favourite designer? Show them some love by sporting their logo, loud and proud. Milan Fashion Week has demonstrated that it’s trendy to be flashy with logos!

Pretty Pleats

Left to right: Marni, Jil Sander, Versace

These pleated pieces are romantic and girly, with a touch of minimalism. It’s always a good time to show off your flirty side by wearing some pleats!


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