Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2024-2025 – Top Designer Looks, Must See Trends

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The sheer trend continues for men and women, Ferrari. Donatella displays her design prowess in sculpting leather for all fashionable goddesses, Versace. Underwear is outerwear so best to keep a coat on at Dolce & Gabbana. What the world needs now, the smiley face sweater by Moschino. Bold, abstract prints by Daniela Gregis. Lush, supercar red faux fur by Ferrari. All images credit unless noted.

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”Take me to your designer.“ Out-of-this-world glowing metallic suit by Ferrari. Desirable luxury apparel by Creative Director Roco Iannoe.

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Chic navy ensemble, Ferrari.

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Sleek silk gown by Ferrari flows like liquid silver. It’s enough to set your heart racing.

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Luxuriant Ferrari red ensemble. Imagine gracefully stepping out of a classic Giallo Modena Ferrari, (triple yellow paint) in this rich red ensemble. Mamma mia! Glorious!

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Brilliant cobalt blue leathers by Ferrari.

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Suggestion: Keep the Ferrari’s convertible top up while wearing these racy togs, or someone may catch a nasty cold. Menswear by Ferrari.

Watch the supercharged Ferrari fashion show here.

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Classic Max Mara by Ian Griffiths.

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Max Mara. The maxi coat over shorts or a mini is a major trend for 2024-25.

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Max Mara. Asymmetrical wrap jacket and must-have wide leg trousers.

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Classic tailoring and impeccable fabrics. Max Mara

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Famous for their sumptuous outerwear, the success of Max Mara’s Teddy Bear Icon Coat has influenced designers worldwide. This new mahogany brown wrap coat is also faux fur.

Watch the entire Max Mara runway show here.

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1950’s silhouettes and feminine bows were introduced at the Prada show.

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A wealth of bows. Handbags were suspended on a leather strap and worn in the crook of the arm. Prada.

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Prada varsity jacket, skirt with scalloped slip peeking out.

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Blush pink chiffon dress embellished with dimensional floral detail. Note the knee-high leather boots, another important fall-winter 2024-25 trend. Prada, designed by Miuccia Prada and co-creative director Raf Simons.

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Feather cap at Prada.

Many ensembles featured a different look or slip revealed on the back of the garment, so you’ll need to:

Watch the entire Prada fashion show here.

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Luxurious materials and exquisite tailoring by Kim Jones for Fendi.

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Cobalt blue leather jacket paired with leather trousers and boots. Fendi.

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Forest green faux fur trench paired with must-have thigh high boots. Fendi.

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Madonna shift dress. Fendi.

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Cozy aubergine knit wrap coordinated with navy blue coat cut in an hourglass silhouette. Fendi.

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Innovative knit topper over trim wool suit. Fendi.

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Layered handbags and accessories. Fendi.

Watch the entire Fendi runway show here.

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Shades of autumn were celebrated at the Alberta Ferretti show. Pumpkin, mustard and a rich chestnut brown were spotted on the runway.

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Pale apricot satin gown by Alberta Ferretti.

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Lingerie as outerwear was seen on many Milan runways. Alberta Ferretti.

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Tie-dye inspired separates paired with a textured umber coat. Alberta Ferretti.

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Delicate lacey blouse paired with flannel trousers and full length tweed coat. Alberta Ferretti.

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A “wow” on the partywear meter; metallic disc embellished bell bottoms and fitted vest. Alberta Ferretti.

Watch the entire Alberta Ferretti runway show here.

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Attractive high-low gown by Roberto Cavalli.

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Fausto Puglisi, Creative Director for Roberto Cavalli, photographed colorful images of ancient marble in his native Sicily to recreate as patterns for this collection, entitled, “Marbelous.”

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Drama by Roberto Cavalli.

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Roberto Cavalli.

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A mélange of sheer and opaque fabrics fashion delicate and stylish tops, when you’d like to embrace the sheer trend but don’t want to completely expose yourself. Roberto Cavalli.

Watch the entire Roberto Cavalli fashion show here.

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Fun fur by the Maestro, Giorgio Armani for Emporio Armani.

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Textured jacket paired with layered skirt. Emporio Armani.

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Classic Armani silhouette speaks of luxurious Italian savoir faire. Emporio Armani.

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So casual yet divinely chic. That’s Armani.

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Cropped silk jacket paired with full trousers and jaunty beret. Emporio Armani.

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Outstanding mandarin collar textured jacket with coordinated trousers. Emporio Armani.

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Graceful appliquéd and tiered chiffon floral gown. Emporio Armani.

Watch the entire Emporio Armani runway show here.

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Toasty, sophisticated knitwear ensemble by Gentry Portofino. Image credit: Camera Nazionale della Moda

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Comfy, cozy sweater knit hoodie by Gentry Portofino.

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Full length faux furs are a hot trend for Fall/Winter 2024-25. Gentry Portofino.

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Wear-with-everything long knit cardigan coat in charcoal by Gentry Portofino.

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Über cool streetwear by Diesel.

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Silver painted skinny jeans. Menswear by Diesel.

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Bold color, cropped top and micro mini by Glenn Martens for Diesel.

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Fab faux fur by Diesel.

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Luxe urban streetwear by Diesel. A novel take on the sheer trend, the transparent fabric is worked into the denim jeans.

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Polar bear fashion. Diesel.

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Incredible leather parka. Diesel.

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No, this model doesn’t have a beard. It’s a wild, shaggy hoodie. The cropped, fur trimmed jacket is a major trend. Diesel.

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Urbanwear that makes a statement. Synthetic hair accents the extraordinary textural jacket and trousers for Diesel.

Watch the entire Diesel runway show here.

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Avant-garde designer Daniela Gregis uses color and texture to create her spirited apparel. Image credit: Camera Nazionale della Moda

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Varying shades of blue. Daniela Gregis.

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Hand painted images by Daniela Gregis became textiles.

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Sexy bodycon leather ensemble by creative director Peter Hawkings for the Tom Ford brand.

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Clubwear by Tom Ford.

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Deep purple gown. Tom Ford.

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Military inspired menswear, Tom Ford.

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Burnout velvet halter gown, Tom Ford.

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Rich espresso brown leather jacket paired with similar color trousers. Tom Ford.

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Totally tiered halter gown, Tom Ford.

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Uptrending is “he-vage,” (male cleavage.) This look is accomplished by wearing low V-necks. Tom Ford.

Watch the entire Tom Ford runway show here.

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Baby blue continues as an accent color into 2024-25. Gucci.

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A new accent color, seen on many runways for Fall/Winter 2024-25 is all variations of yellow. Gucci.

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Lingerie as outerwear continues as a major trend. Sabato De Sarno for Gucci.

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The trouserless look, which we saw on numerous runways six months ago remains popular for Fall/Winter 2024-25. This look is currently trending on the streets of Milan. Gucci.

Watch the entire Gucci runway show here.

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Chain mail never looked so good. Red carpet-wear by Versace.

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Classic Versace prints always look chic.

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Donatella does plaid. Versace.

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Fitted jacket, slim trousers and stunning thigh high leather boots. Versace.

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No need to worry, the glorious chain mail gown is available in full length. Versace.

Watch the entire Versace runway show here.

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Spencer jacket, bralette, liquid gold trousers. Dolce & Gabbana.

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Trim Hussar jacket paired with micro shorts and cummerbund. Dolce & Gabbana.

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The tuxedo-lingerie look, as perfected by Dolce & Gabbana.

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Hourglass shaped tuxedo jacket worn trouserless. Dolce & Gabbana.

Watch the entire Dolce & Gabbana runway show here.

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Lavishly embroidered leather coat by Etro.

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Etro is known for their fantastic ethic inspired patterns.

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Etro detailed sweater and leather trousers for men.

Watch the entire Etro runway show here.

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Bouclé ensemble by Tokyo James.

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Hand woven fabric fashioned into a textural suit. Tokyo James.

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Trousers embellished with wooden beads. Tokyo James.

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Laura Biagiotti debuted her imaginative fashions in 1972. The brand is known for its use of precious yarns in unconventional ways.

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Laura Biagiotti is famous for her artistic use of cashmere.

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Fringed knit dress by Laura Biagiotti.

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Stunning knit sheath gown by Laura Biagiotti.

Watch the lovely Laura Biagiotti runway show here.


Hope you were inspired by the sensational creativity we found at Milan Fashion Week. See you soon!


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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