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Home > Videos > Best of Milan Fashion Week : The best moments to remember !

Best of Milan Fashion Week : The best moments to remember !

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A wind of optimism blew on milan. a displayed dynamism with the exuberant overflowing collection of alessandro michele for gucci which got the ball rolling this new week of italian fashion.a dynamic season marked by many events: bogetta veneta’s 50th anniversary and the 15 years of tomas maier as the head of the artistic direction of the label, under the arches of the brera academy. no streamers or confetti but just a celebration of luxury and expertise and a standing ovation for the designer and his team coming to greet the public with another symbolic image that of gigi hadid and lauren hutton, two beauty icons. another festive ambiance, that of phillipp plein with another one of his spectacular showsthe shows become real sensory experiences, this is the case at dolce & gabanna with its napolitan gang or antonio marras’ african twist. the lombarde capital emphasizes its creativity and craftsmanship expertise, with decorative elements of debauchery on all the pieces of the female wardrobe for next summer.the embroidery and the luminous materials, the many prints. the fabrics are worked, searched for, unique and specific to each house who looks to stand out.a creativity without fault at prada, who signed once again a great show supported by the films of david. o. russel.note the ample volumes of marni, the effervescence backstage at fendi, missoni’s sex appeal, the dynamic youth of giambattista valli and marco de vincenzo, exoticism revisited by stella jean and the glam rock of dsquared2 which closed this fashion week.forza italia !(music free : bandit & nikit)interviews :carlo capasawe are a country based on beauty creation and craftsmanship so i think this is reflected in the fashion collection lou doillon it’s like a sort of wardrobe of dreams, an incredible trunk, its very generous and very joyful tomas maierfifty years old it’s nice to be able to showcase the skills of our artisans there’s my design team that’s been with me for a long time so i think we should come out together because usually i never come out philipp pleini want the people to enjoy all the money we have spent herefergie it was larger than life, a fantasy, a beautiful fantasyparis hiltonit was like a movie set somewhere it was really amazing, very creative peter dundas i love doing embroidery, it’s always like the dessert of work. i do it a lot because i am greedyetrofor me it was really important to bring more sumptuousness to the street and everyday life emilio puccii think the future and the technique is very important, i love to experiment anna wintour i feel that everybody here is really looking at what they can do to move milan fashion week forward and make it more in step with the times free music rights : bandit & nikit