Folks! It’s time for a summarizing post on Milan Fashion Week September 2021. As I wrote a few weeks ago, I’ve decided to just write about some highlights from each week, rather than really long articles on everything from each week. This is mainly due to the schedules of the fashion weeks being a bit all over the place. But don’t worry, I’ll catch up with street style, trends and beauty looks after I’m done with PFW next week. Anyway, here are some highlights from MFW!
Milan Fashion Week September 2021
Alberta Ferretti seldom presents a bad collection. They’re always done with a certain elegance and class, often with some elements of a more casual fashion. This SS22 collection might be one of the most Bohemian collections yet, with lots of 70s details and Mediterranean influences. It elegantly moved from daytime exploring, to late night dinners and cocktail parties. Very well done, in other words. A favorite is definitely this croched top, but also this cocktail dress. Gorgeous! Find the full collection here.
You can definitely see the more functional, practical, influences of Raf Simmons in this Prada collection. It was far from the retro 1960s Italian vibes we normally get from Prada, but it was still a pleasant, but different, collection. This SS22 collection had a lot of more boxy and sporty influences that were translated into a more business, “woman in the city” vibe. Loved this jacket. Loved the sculpted sweater. More than anything though? Loved these black shoes. More from Prada can be found here.
I’ve always had an interesting relationship with Jil Sander. I often think that the brand’s collections are a bit too mature and predictable for my liking, yet I always appreciate the timeless elegance. Yes, the silhouette is often in an undefined space between the 90s and present day, but it’s still so elegant and timeless with the choice of colors and fabrics. The styling is also superb too. I love this matching blazer and pants set. This color-blocking look is interesting, and I love this casual dress. See the full collection here.
So Tod’s Spring 2022 was FUN. Or maybe fun isn’t the right word for it, but it was so interesting to look at. Which says a lot because it wasn’t a crazy collection at all, but just really well executed with a lot of interesting details and looks. Not too sure about the theme of the collection, but so many details of the looks made it so interesting to look at. For instance, love these leather pockets. This defined neck piece is gorgeous. Love the neon colors of this look, so simple and so genius. Find more looks here.
Folks! Did you have a favorite from Milan Fashion Week September 2021? Let me know in the comments below! Xx