Best Street Styles from Milan Fashion week
How did it start
Milan Fashion Week started in 1958, and it is part of the global “Big Four fashion weeks”, the others being Paris Fashion Week, London Fashion Week and New York Fashion Week. Thus, the schedule begins with New York, followed by London, and then Milan, and ending with Paris.
Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana (The National Chamber for Italian Fashion) it is a non-profit association which disciplines, co-ordinates and promotes the development of Italian fashion and is responsible for hosting the fashion events and shows of Milan.
Proprietors of the most important establishments in Italy, including some private establishments, which, in those days, played a crucial role in the promotion of this sector, were present at the Memorandum of Association: Roberto Capucci, Emilio Schuberth, Maria Antonelli, Princess Caracciolo Ginnetti, Alberto Fagiani, Giovanni Cesare Guidi, Germana Marucelli, Simonetta Colonna Di Cesarò, Jole Veneziani, Francesco Borrello, Giovanni Battista Giorgini, and the lawyer Pietro Parisio.
The events dedicated to women’s fashion are the most important (Womenswear / Milan SS Women Ready to Wear, and Milano Moda Donna being the major fashion shows). While the men summer events include Menswear and Milano Moda Uomo.
Certain shows are not held in conjunction with the Camera Nazionale Della Moda Italiana, including Dolce & Gabbana. The Camera Nazionale Della Moda Italiana has also been sharply criticized by designers such as Cavalli.
World Fashion capital
When it comes to fashion capitals, Milan separates itself from the pack by stocking its roster with designers and brands that know how to push menswear forward, but keep wearability top of mind (which is not always an easy balancing act). So here below we present you the Best Street Styles from Milan Fashion week.
Top 10 Street Style Milan Looks
Vogue Australia fashion director Christine Centenera in a structured check coat
Red dress and black beret charm
Lisa Aiken in a green dress over jeans and classic black sunglasses
Erika Boldrin in khaki boiler suit and Dior So Real Pop eyewear
Blogger Leonie Hanne in a pretty printed coat and oversize sunglasses
Pink it! – Negin Mirsalehi in a pink Fendi look
Saffron accent – Candela Novembre in a navy and black look with the right accents
In blossom with a floral dress and round oversize sunglasses