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Fashion 5 Milan Fashion Week Trends You'll Be Seeing Everywhere This Fall

5 Milan Fashion Week Trends You'll Be Seeing Everywhere This Fall

5 Milan Fashion Week Trends You'll Be Seeing Everywhere This Fall
Five trends from Milan Fashion Week 2021 we can't wait to wear.
By Rosana Lai
By Rosana Lai
March 01, 2021
From extravagant accessories to sharp silhouettes and metallics materials, here are five trends directly from the Milan Fashion Week 2021 runways that we love

Puff Piece

Photo courtesy of Max Mara
Photo courtesy of Max Mara
Photo courtesy of Tod's
Photo courtesy of Tod's

The fashion piumino made even more popular by the pandemic-driven trend of comfort dressing isn’t going anywhere this fall. Find them now in lush, jewel-toned velvet at Max Mara or made into sleek dresses at Tod’s.

It's A Wrap

Photo courtesy of Fendi
Photo courtesy of Fendi
Photo courtesy of Prada
Photo courtesy of Prada

The head-to-toe fur looks at Brunello Cucinelli, Prada and Kim Jones’ womenswear debut for Fendi have us feeling warm and fuzzy. Note: this extravagant trend applies to accessories too.

Galactic Glamour

Photo courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo
Photo courtesy of Salvatore Ferragamo
Photo courtesy of Sportmax
Photo courtesy of Sportmax

Designers looked to '80s and '90s sci-fi for inspiration on the future this season. Their findings? Sharp silhouettes, monochrome looks and a dash of metallics. Take it from Paul Andrew of Salvatore Ferragamo who watched Blade Runner and Gattaca in preparation, as well as the sleek Sportmax runway.

Silky Pleasures

Photo courtesy of JW Anderson
Photo courtesy of JW Anderson
Photo courtesy of Fendi
Photo courtesy of Fendi

In case you’re not quite ready to let go of your pyjamas, we have good news: pearly silks have been made into dreamy, fashionable pieces by the likes of Kim Jones at Fendi and Jonathan Anderson.

Borrowed from the Boys

Photo courtesy of Etro
Photo courtesy of Etro
Photo courtesy of Brunello Cucinelli
Photo courtesy of Brunello Cucinelli

Pinstriped suits are nothing new but when copped by the ladies and worn with insouciance as seen at Brunello Cucinelli and Etro, it makes for a fall 2021 look we can all get on board with. 

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