Pink is back, and here to stay.
Pink is back, and here to stay.
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From Versace to Prada, Milan Fashion Week is a platform for the biggest brands in the world. While the coronavirus outbreak might have made a few reluctant to attend, there was no stopping the sartorially gifted form gracing the Italian city’s streets in the latest threads.

1. THINK PINK

Fashionistas were not shy to play with pink palettes on the streets of Milan, extending even to shocking-pink wigs, effortlessly tamed by softer tones through layered outfits. 

2. HEMLINES COME IN

The style was already popular for cargo pants and denim but the trend of tying one’s formal pants trickled out from number of fashion weeks to become a full-blown staple among those attending fashion week.


Rethinking the hemline.
Rethinking the hemline.
Image: Getty Images / Christian Vierig
Rethinking the hemline.
Rethinking the hemline.
Image: Getty Images / Christian Vierig

3. EDGES ON FLEEK

Perfectly laid down with an edging comb or cut to a T for the perfect lineup, male attendees were inventive with their hair, especially when it came to edges. A trend definitely worth trying if you are a fan of gender fluidity or ’90s hip hop maximilism.


Tyrod Taylor sporting edges at Milan Fashion Week.
Tyrod Taylor sporting edges at Milan Fashion Week.
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4. ALL TIED UP

From cloaks to neck ties, there was a craze for bows and knots paired with chic ensembles and androgynous suits elevating ’40s glamour.


Tie it up.
Tie it up.
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5. OVERSIZE YOUR HEART OUT

Dominated by oversized jackets and coats, Milan fashionistas were going big with their style choices. In a playful twist, jackets easily became dresses which steered away from the modish looks that have come to define the general aesthetic.


Oversize your heart out.
Oversize your heart out.
Image: Getty Images / Nataliya Petrova / NurPhoto
Oversize your heart out.
Oversize your heart out.
Image: Getty Images / Christian Vierig

6. SPARKS FLY

Colour choices were a refreshing jolt from the usual, with electric neons and fluorescent fabrics that could turn heads from miles away.


Neon, fluorescent colours are back.
Neon, fluorescent colours are back.
Image: Getty Images / Nataliya Petrova / NurPhoto
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