Milan Fashion Week AW21: The top trends to note
From left to right: Giorgio Armani, Brunello Cucinelli, and Etro
Think of pantsuits and sharp, sleek tailoring will come to mind, but this season, the pandemic's influence on fashion is apparent, as the workwear staple features baggy trousers that exude that nonchalant ease. It's a slob-chic style we can definitely get behind.
From left to right: Alberta Ferretti, MSGM, and Fendi
Autumn/winter is never complete without eye-catching coats, and this season, the outerwear du jour comes in the form of big fur coats that will keep you warm and fuzzy head-to-toe. The chunkier, the better.
From left to right: Prada, Emilio Pucci, and Act N°1
If you're wondering what to wear underneath those chunky fur coats, here's a suggestion: onesies. The loungewear may not have the best rep, but designers have amped up their appeal with skin-tight designs in a plethora of eye-catching prints.
From left to right: Annakiki, Salvatore Ferragamo, and Alberta Ferretti
The Matrix may be one of the trending references at London Fashion Week, but in Milan, designers are taking inspiration from the whole sci-fi universe with intergalactic fashion that gives us a hopeful glimpse into the future. We're ready for liftoff.
From left to right: Act Nº1, Blumarine, and Elisabetta Franchi
This season, designers want you to embrace the blues by introducing the prettiest icy hue, and if need more convincing, 1) the colour complements all skin tones, and 2) it looks great with any hue.
From left to right: Prada, GCDS, and Max Mara
One of our streetwear favourites continue to trend on the AW21 runways, but instead of plain ol' designs, a supersized, padded, or printed piece will elevate the simplest of looks.
From left to right: Sportmax, Sunnei, and Act Nº1
The dress-over-pants trend has popped up multiple times over the years, but we're not entirely convinced...until now. Regardless of whether it's in a mini or midi length, the unconventional (but easy) styling tip is all you need to bring an outfit to the next level. For starters, go monochrome.
From left to right: Tod's, Münn, and Ports 1961
The classic outerwear gets a much-appreciated update this season, be it with painterly prints, striking silhouettes (10 out of 10 for the puffy sleeves!), or ruffled collars.
From left to right: Drome, Fendi, and Sportmax
We can't exactly wear our silk-satin pyjamas out and about, but this AW21, the luxe fabric can be found on co-ords, pantsuits, and skirts—venturing out of our home has never been more desirable.
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