Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2020: Day 4 Highlights
The day started with Paul Andrew’s sporty-chic collection of tucked bubble skirts, trousers tied at the ankles with strappy sandals, sport knits and high-waisted leather pants, all in a palette of muted pink, blood-red and cobalt blue.
This season saw an expansion of animal prints shoes with square toes but in unusual colourways as well as new sneaker collection called The Highlighted with neon details, and of course, their signature sparkle extending into bags with coiling crystal snakes on the handles.
Punchy highlighter hues dominated the runway, with saw mainly dresses with puffed shoulders, giant ruffles and bows that gave way to silk, fringe dresses and a series of identical 80s shoulder mini-dresses that closed the show.
Bally displayed tailored raincoats and leather joggers on models lounging in their makeshift cabin, demonstrating its affinity for bringing a chic touch to practical uniforms.
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The nymph Echo was the inspiration for the collection, called Earth, as models glided around an intimate courtyard clad in dusty blues, baby pink and silver sheer harem pants, and eventually, giant ruffle sashes and glittering gowns for the evening portion, carrying transparent clutches.
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Inspired by the Caribbean, flats were adorned with wooden beads and the feathered Nudists of previous seasons now come in juicy red, orange and yellow to take your feet on a beachside holiday.
Taking place at the gorgeous public pool, Bagni Misteriosi, Angela Missoni send models down the runway in every pattern under the sun in every form of crochet in a playful collection with a dash of shimmer.
Cobalt blue, mint and lemon found their way into classy suits, trenches and silk dresses, accessorised with of-the-moment strappy sandals, giant sunglasses and totes folded into clutches.
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