Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2019: Day 4 Highlights
The day started with Paul Surridge’s collection for Roberto Cavalli. Paul, whose background is in menswear, redefined the idea of 'sexy' for the brand with an uplifting array of printed dresses as well as fresh, wearable menswear.
We then got a closer look at Daniel Lee’s first collection for Bottega Veneta. True to form, the Celine alum created dozens of lustworthy bag silhouettes and the architectural clothing.
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini showed off lingerie and eveningwear as daywear, with plenty of silver, sparkly and slip dresses.
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Giraffe and zebra prints are the new leopard print if Giuseppe Zanotti's latest collection is anything to go by.
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Jimmy Choo debuted a new bag silhouette featuring a JC logo, and a glitzy royalty-inspired evening collection—we particularly love a clutch with an upside-down tiara as the handle.
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Bally invited visitors onto their arctic express, where they showed a mountaineering-inspired collection in imitation train cars along a railroad track constructed just for the occasion.
The night ended at GCDS, whose show gift was a pack of Barilla spaghetti and a mini toothbrush. During the show, models dressed like life-sized Polly Pockets emerged from a dollhouse, sparking a sense of fun and nostalgia that perfectly wrapped up the evening.
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