Milan Fashion Week has come to an end, but before moving on to Paris I wanted to share with you some of my favourite street style moments in Milano.
I loved this fashion week so much. It was nearly like Covid is not exist, especially comparing it to SS21. Back then, there was nearly no influencers and no physical shows. Milan’s showgoers this time showed up and were dressed like there is no pandemic. There were so many outfits to admire and I loved it. It really felt like I am home. For me Italian fashion is and Milan Street style is some of the most inspiring, so I was happy. I would see that people just enjoyed being dressed again. The style was more expressive than before.
See my favourite street-style looks from Milan Fashion Week in the pictures below.
Street style MFW – Oversized white shirt
I love the simple, plain, oversized shirt and I was sure that I would like to make it a central piece of one of my looks. In the end, this shirt was incorporated in many looks. This is my look for the Emerging Talents Milan fashion show.
I worked on a shirt from Zara, a mini skirt with animal prints from Zara, white boots, vintage Gianni Versace and a purple handbag from the Alila brand. I paired it with a gold choker from Pieces. It was my firm look during Milan Fashion Week and I really liked it. I didn’t feel overdressed, yet sexy and feminine.
Pictures by talented Kamil Gracki.
A see-through mesh suit by Fendi
This was my most photographed look during Milan Fashion Week. I wore it to Dolce & Gabbana Fashion show and I honestly felt like a star. It was Fendi micro-mesh jacket in black with a matching skirt. All a bit see-through. I paired it with Gianni Versace white boots, a handbag from Alila with a zebra wooden handle and Le Specs sunglasses, sustainable edition. This suit was available via Downtown Uptown Genève.
Picture by talented @made.graphic
I wanted to wear this jacket for a while. A leather biker jacket in pink deserves some attention, right? I paired it with the animal print dress from DOWNTOWN UPTOWN and high boots. The jacket and handbag were both from Alila Brand. A Geneva-based boutique that produced limited edition luxury goods in Italy. I wore it for various press presentations.
Leopard Pattern Hat from Borsalino
During this Milan Fashion Week, I has the pleasure to see Borsalino new collections and choose my favourite fit. Here is my favourite hat. VIOLET MELUSINE FELT– a hat from the current collection. It’s a handmade hat with a beautiful leopard pattern. Ideal for Fall /Winter days. I paired it with a silk blouse from Sister Jane, a Zara blazer and leather shorts from Alila Brand. To add more colour I added a velvet Fendi handbag in burgundy.
These shoes made everyone look at me when I was walking the streets of Milan. I had a lot of street style photographers ask me to take pictures just of them. They didn’t care about me so much 😉 These fury sandals are made in Milano by Alila Brand and I truly love them even though they are very controversial.
Pucci Gala Dress
It was my dress that made an impression. Emilio Pucci gala dress in pink, orange & black devoré pattern from DOWNTOWN UPTOWN that is available for rental on this platform. I didn’t have to style it a lot, but I was wearing a black Gianvito Rossi platform and Alila Brand handbag. It was my look for Ramzen fashion show and Emerging Talents Milano Gala dinner.
Hair and make-up were done by talented @polischuk_anna.
Cropped Top, Suit and baskets
I wore this look for a day full of shows, presentations and meetings. I wanted to be comfortable as I walk a lot. That is why I opted for comfy baskets, in this case, I chose Fendi colourful ones that I purchased at DOWNTOWN UPTOWN Geneva boutique. I paired it with a Fendi velvet handbag and checked suit with a cropped top.
Picture Emmeview at Prada Fashion Show
Millé Milano Tweed dress
For Francesca Liberatore Fashion Show I was wearing Tweed Midi Dress Rosa from Millé Milano. I love the design of this dress and is a midi dress that also can be a coat and has jewellery buttons. I already wrote about Millé Milano in the past as I was wearing their clothes for Milan Fashion Week SS21.
Bakers Boy Hat
I don’t need to introduce this accessory. It’s every fashionista best friend. This fashion week I was wearing bakers boy caps from Millé Milano.
Beige and black and white. The first one with jewellery accessories, the second one less dressy and more minimalist. It’s actually an accessory that I like to wear during Milan Fashion Week and SS22 season was no different.
That would be all for these looks. Please let me know which one was your favourite.
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As always with love
Bella Zofia xx
Your Fashion, Beauty and Travel Blogger from Geneva