Best of Milan: Creative Sportswear! (with interview)

A shortened calendar but three intense days of shows. Despite certain absentees (between those who prefer to mix men’s and women’s and present a single show in September during the women’s collections and those who skip their turn), Milan Fashion Week still set the tone, for summer fashion that’s prone to creative sportswear. Ermenegildo Zegna opened the festivities in a modern setting conceived by Oscar Niemeyer, for a wardrobe stamped with lightness which swings between the technical nature of sportswear and the refinement of tailoring. A big trend of the season!Another big rendezvous at Dolce & Gabbana, with the noted presence of Monica Bellucci and Naomi Campbell on the catwalk in men’s suits, and couples who symbolize diversity! As the codes change, the boundaries between men and women begin to fall even more.Sportswear is present in all the collections and set the scene at Plein Sport, with a tennis court and Paris Hilton who made the show! Trends that also appear at Fendi, with an ever more pointed proposal, rich in detail, technical materials and successful collaborations with artists, this season with the Italian Nico Vascellari. Also unmissable in Milan is the Prada show, still the spearhead of Italian fashion. Among the trends which emerge, short shorts and pop colours.There is also the breakthrough of small labels, which earn their place in the sun, left vacant by others. This is the case for Sunnei, with a magical location of the Pirelli tower which overlooks the city and a show with the right tone, masterful, with new propositions for a completely rethought basics. References to sport, are decidedly reinterpreted by all and by MSGM or Aalto (new to the Italian calendar), with a women’s collection carried out at a quick pace! A fashion week which closed in a Milanese garden, with stands serving pizza and pasta. A bucolic and relaxed atmosphere for Brit, Stella McCartney, who presented her Women’s Cruise collection as well as her masculine collection which is now a must for the men’s world!Interview of Carlo Capasa: It is a moment when men’s or womenswear does not matter. What matters is to have strong ideas, a strong point of view, to be in a sense unique, and to identify with the new generation. Music royalty free: Bandit & Nikit

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