Milan Fashion Week: The Future of Fashion

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The future of fashion. Ferragamo reaches new heights. Credit,

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Ferragamo presents modern detailing and space-age styling. Credit,

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Ferragamo incredible leather coat. Credit,

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Contemporary menswear by Ferragamo. Credit,

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Watch the sci-fi inspired Ferragamo runway video here. Credit,

Milan Fashion Week celebrates diversity, inclusion and the traditional arts of the fashion industry. One segment, “Crafting Wonder” honors the amazing artisans who keep the fine art of handmade production alive for the fashion trade of Italy.

This initiative was curated by Sara Sozzani Maino, Deputy Editor in Chief Vogue Italia and Head of Vogue Talents and International Brand Ambassador of the Camera Nazionale della Moda Italiana.

Sara Sozzani Maino’s video interviews:


Luigi Bevilacqua

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Fabric Flowers:

Pagliani & Brasseur

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Mazzanti Piume

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Custom Knitwear:

Bice & Berta

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Made to Measure Shoes:

Saskia Sarpe su Misura

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Laura Biagiotti’s collection is cool, creamy, plush and cozy. Credit,

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Known for superior knitwear and luxurious accessories, Laura Biagiotti. Credit,

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The iconic Laura Biagiotti handbag. Credit,

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Philipp Plein is always full of extravagant surprises. Sparkling tie dye suit with full trouser leg. Credit,

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Native American inspired long knit jacket and coordinating pants. Philipp Plein. Credit,

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At first glance, it looks like toile, (18th century pastoral scene fabric), but hold on a minute…funky faux toile puffer by Philipp Plein. If you enjoy dancing gorillas and clothing walking down the runway without the models, watch this wild video. Credit,

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Classic Etro starts with rich paisley prints and then mixes it up. Credit,

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Stunning patchwork jogger style pants with handknit sweater. Etro. Credit,

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Start with the paisley trousers; add a varsity sweater, pop on a poncho. With Etro, this combo just works. Credit,

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Geometric dress with “I really need to have those” boots. Kiton bespoke tailoring. Credit,

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Hand crafted apparel by Kiton is made-to-measure. Credit,

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Elegant, casual luxury. Kiton. Credit,

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Trend alert: There were loads of variations of the Marlon Brando biker cap on many runways, but this leather version for chic biker chicks by Luisa Spagnoli was the best. Credit,

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Retro jumpsuit by Luisa Spagnoli. Credit,

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1950’s biker girl meets 1960’s hippie to create a fab paisley jumpsuit. Luisa Spagnoli. Did we mention jumpsuits are also a trend to watch? Credit,

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Khaki green knit mini with…yeah, you got it, another trend alert. Must have for this coming season the Bishop sleeve. Spotted on just about every runway. Luisa Spagnoli. Credit,

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Sara Wong was inspired by ancient Mongolian culture to create these fanciful, extraordinary garments. Credit,

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Sometimes you just don’t want to look like everyone else. Sara Wong. Credit,

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Sara Wong. For making a statement.

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An interesting take on the 19th century cage crinoline undergarment. Sara Wong’s video was a delight. Watch it here.

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Meticulously draped and pleated sleeves, Romeo Gigli. Credit,

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The fluid, asymmetrical silhouette creates a masterly composition and breathtaking garment. Romeo Gigli. Credit,

Overwhelmed by the amazing diversity of fashions presented at Milan Fashion Week Fall 2021? Don’t be! There’s lots more to come. Watch for our next exciting article!

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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