The hautest moments from Milan Fashion Week

The hautest moments from Milan Fashion Week

Ciao Milano! From heartthrob crooners to slur-hurling streetwear, listed here are the standout moments from vogue week.

High-Flight wingding

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The Emporio Armani present was a nonstop flight of fancy. Held at hangar inside Milan’s Linate airport, the two,300 “passengers” have been even required to undergo passport examine and safety. With greater than 150 seems modeled by each women and men and 0 turbulence, this presentation soared.

Live performance-ed effort

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Designers ditched movie star DJs this season and tapped high-profile musical artists as an alternative. Nineties famous person Robbie Williams entertained the viewers after the Emporio Armani present; rapper 6ix9ine opened Philipp Plein whereas controversial singer Chris Brown closed it, and pianist and composer Michael Nyman tickled the ivories through the Missoni 65th anniversary spectacle.

Defamation duds

Actress Bella Thorne (left) and Nicki MinajCourtesy of Diesel

Socially aware Diesel kicked off Milan vogue week with a vogue present and get together for its “Haute Couture” anti-bullying assortment, designed to “disempower hate.” Regardless of the obvious irony, the model selected Nicki Minaj to co-host the occasion, and created customized items for her and different celebs festooned with insulting feedback that have been posted on their very own social media platforms.

Golden age

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The OG supes are as super-duper as ever, and their runway exits show it. Shalom Harlow closed the Versace present then led the finale with a cat-that-got-the-cream grin. Stella Tenant opened Salvatore Ferragamo in minimal make-up whereas Carolyn Murphy closed it in chiffon. Dolce & Gabbana, in the meantime, solid throwback muses like Monica Bellucci, Eva Herzigova and Helena Christensen. It by no means will get outdated.

Scene stealer

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Attico unveiled its “The Witches of Eastwick”-themed assortment in such a panoramic venue, it nearly overshadowed the ’80s ensembles with deco particulars and ’40s silhouettes. The Eden Skyhouse Milano, a penthouse with an outside backyard and pink marble fountain by Candoglia (the identical quarries used for the Duomo di Milano cathedral) has 360-degree views of town. Location, location, location – and this one was peak.

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