Tina Leung, Tamu McPherson, Bryanboy and Susie Bubble
Milan Fashion Week, one of our favourites as it’s where brands like Gucci, Prada and Versace reign. Additionally, for spring/summer 2020, there was lots of excitement about the Bottega Veneta show after Creative Director Daniel Lee had us spellbound at his first show earlier this year, as well as the international visitors like Peter Pilotto and Drome joining the seven-day fashion extravaganza.
While the fashion set hit the streets of the city known for tradition, craftsmanship and la dolce vita, the street style is, as usual, above and beyond. Natives like influencer and designer Chiara Ferragni have unsurprisingly been some of the most stylish showgoers. The Blonde Salad founder stunned in a tiered navy sheer dress with a plunging neckline, while her sister, Valentina, rocked a beige striped suit for the Alberta Ferretti show, Often described as Italy’s most fashionable duo, The Attico designers Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini also caused a traffic jam, this time en route to the Prada show, thanks to their shoulder-bearing black and checked dresses and ultra-cool accessories.
Another one making a statement in black on the sidelines of the Prada show was blogger Caroline Daur, who looked extremely stylish in a strapless number, accessorised with a silver-toned belt, edgy boots and red clutch. Olivia Palermo, however, was spotted in cream coloured trousers and a matching blazer, leaving the focus on her jewellery, sunnies and standout clutch. Brazilian influencer Camila Coelho also went for a cream coloured trouser look when she stepped out in cargos and a dressy mermaid top. Pretty and printed dresses made their mark on the streets of the Italian fashion capital too, with fashionistas like Tamara Kalinic, Erika Boldrin and Soo Joo Park reaching out for something decidedly feminine.
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Chiara and Valentina Ferragni
Emili Sindlev, Thora Valdimars and Jeanette Madsen
Soo Joo Park
Giorgia Tordini and Gilda Ambrosio