Tulle skirt, ruffles, micro bra, mix and match prints, oversized men suits and pastel color.
The phygital edition of Milano Fashion Week, with its mix of live shows and digital presentations, has revealed how we will dress in the SS21 season and how the pandemic is changing the idea of style.
Milan Fashion Week’s designers return to natural femininity, poised between romance and seduction, playing with menswear codes, combining retro, the ’90s and contemporary street elements. Raf Simons‘ highly anticipated debut in creative co-direction with Miuccia Prada has brought to the catwalk a dialogue between the imagination and the archives of the two brilliant designers; while Silvia Venturini Fendi‘s latest collection before leaving her role to Kim Jones looks to the past, to family traditions, and tells of timeless elegance.
Versace takes us into the depths of a glamorous Atlantis, while for Moschino Jeremy Scott recreates the atmosphere of a 1950s fashion show with a puppet theater. For Max Mara, N°21 and the artistic vision of Tomo Koizumi for Pucci the wardrobe of the future is made of candy colors and minimalism, clean lines opposed to the ruffles and wide tulle skirts presented by MSGM, the grunge artists of Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini and the DIY mood creations unveiled by Marni with an original Digital Manifesto.