1. The Reborn of Versace’s Iconic Dresses
Donatella Versace celebrated Versace’s signature dresses and accessories at the fall/winter 2019 collection show in Milan Fashion Week 19 (MFW 19). Top models such as Candice Swanepoel, Irina Shayk, Kendall Jenner, Bella and Gigi Hadid modelled each of the main pieces.
Kendall Jenner nailed the power suit with sexy touches of gold beads and pins, while Candice pulled off the Versace’s bondage dress with thigh-high slit. Bella Hadid also showed a cool combo of a satin skirt, adorned with safety-pin accessories, with a black boxy leather jacket and lacy tights. And the modern take on Versace’s most popular safety-pin dress was worn by Gigi Hadid.
2. Dolce & Gabbana’s Back with the Italian Heritage for Fall 2019
After the controversy of Dolce & Gabbana’s campaign ad in China that led to postponing its show last November 2018, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana were back to their heritage in MFW 19. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana decided to open the show with a black and white video showing behind-the-scenes of sketching and crafting the pieces they were about to showcase on the runway. Just as what the theme “Eleganza” suggests, Dolce & Gabbana brought back the classic Italian signatures and recreating the winner pieces that the duo designers have been creating over the past 56 years, such as men’s suits, brocades, sequins, and leopard prints.
3. Moschino: Big Hair Don’t Care
When it comes to Moschino, going big is always a good idea. The famous past TV game shows “The Price Is Right” and “Wheel of Fortune” have inspired creative Director Jeremy Scott. He also gave the models ’70s vibes big hairstyle. Well-known models such as Stella Maxwell, Irina Shayk, and Joan Smalls also modelled while acting like they were the TV game show’s host and TV stars.
4. Daniel Lee’s Debut Show as the New Creative Director of Bottega Veneta
The new Creative Director of Bottega Veneta, Daniel Lee held his debut of fall/winter 2019’s collection show at Milan’s Piazza Sempione. Lee, as the former Creative Director of Celine as Being one of the most awaited runways, Bottega Veneta finally unveiled this season’s collection at the Milan’s Piazza Sempione. The former Creative Director for Celine designed 30 pieces including the angular sweetheart neckline black dress to open the show.
5. Long Leather Coats for Every Personality
Long leather coats are trending in MFW 19 shows. Tod’s, Marni, and Emilio Pucci have developed new contrasting personalities. Tod’s went for a perfect fall caramel colour when Marni spelt out gothic in pitch black. Another colour that we recommend you to have while the trend is everywhere is the red one from Emilio Pucci.