Milan Fashion Week, Master’s Edition

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Dolce & Gabbana, rock stars of Milan Fashion Week.

Enjoy this delicious parade of talent. Your deserve it. Milan Fashion Week. We’ve been waiting for this.

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You can be the light that shines. Silver sequin ensemble. D & G. Credit,

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Graffiti vibe and powerful colors. This outfit would be a hit on any stage. D + G. Credit,

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Iridescent metallic puffer and shimmering coordinated boots by D & G. Credit,

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Faux furs ruled on so many runways. This coat simply rocks. D & G. Credit,

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You did notice the puffer trend, as almost every designer presented their rendition of Fall 2021-22’s must-have outerwear. This D & G version looks like it can double as a life raft. Credit,

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Giorgio Armani, the master of supremely luxurious apparel that is designed with innovation, beauty and sumptuous comfort in mind. Credit,

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Armani menswear is unmistakable. Credit,

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Asymmetrical cropped jacket is signature Armani, paired with gracefully draped trousers. Credit,

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The subtle details of the Maestro. Note the tapered button trouser cuff. Giorgio Armani. Credit,

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Magnificent evening ensemble; understated elegance. Giorgio Armani. Credit,

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Layers of pattern, texture, color. Giorgio Armani. Credit,

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In the sometimes inconsistent fashion industry, Giorgio Armani has stood the test of time. It’s obvious why. Watch the womenswear runway show here. Credit,

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Rich brown velvet fashioned in the silhouette of casual jogging pants. Giorgio Armani. Watch the menswear runway show here. Credit,

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You no longer have to leave your pet at home. Now you can wear your cat on your sleeve. Abodi.


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Sleek purple moiré pantsuit by Dora Abodi, an award winning Hungarian fashion designer who has dressed countless stars and celebrities. Credit,

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Attention grabbing patchwork leather dress by Dora Abodi. Milano Fashion Week has partnered with The Hungarian Fashion & Design Agency. This season nine Hungarian brands launched their collections in this program entitled, “Budapest Select.” Check out the other eight talented designers here. Credit,

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Pucci, still going strong since the early 1950’s. Credit,

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Emilio Pucci’s brilliant, joyful prints and apparel have been worn by generations of fashion lovers. Credit,

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Fabulous button down bodysuit with matching sweater. Pucci. Credit,

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​​Bold and vibrant brand shi.RT by founding designers Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi. Luxury fabrics and daring graphics influenced by art define this innovative Italian fashion label. Credit,

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Detail of original and modern dress by shi.RT. Take a look at the fantastic collection here. And watch their wonderful video here. Credit,

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Stunning knit sweater by Ports 1961. Credit,

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Spectacular coat by Ports 1961. Credit,

Imaginative and amazing leather top, skirt and thigh high boots. Ports 1961. You need to watch their video here. Credit,

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Valentino. Contrasting graphics create a bold cape over a full skirted mini. Credit,

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Cut-out full length jacket plays with negative space. Valentino. Credit,

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Layering and cut-outs create a stunning visual for this sweater and under blouse. Valentino. Credit,

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Butterflies take flight on this striking coat over open work dress by Genny. Credit,

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Gold monogrammed tunic over trim leggings create a clean and contemporary silhouette. Genny. Credit,

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Whisper light butterflies form a light as air net blouse worn over a sparkling royal blue skirt. An incredible ensemble. Genny. Watch the lovely runway video here. Credit,

A big “grazie mille” to Milano Fashion Week. What a fabulous fashion treat. Ciao for now! Next stop, Paris.

Diane Weisbeck

Diane Weisbeck is a native New Yorker. A luxury lifestyle content writer, Diane was a retail buyer for Lord & Taylor’s flagship store, a product design/developer for Saks Fifth Avenue’s corporate office and a Director of Retail for major museums and high end retailers. She assists global luxury brands with their marketing and brand strategies and is also a Fair Trade corporate art consultant.

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