Although this reignited city got its buzz from the new maximal approach which seems to be very evident in fashion nowadays. Thanks to the master mind Alessandro Michele whose fervent collection would seem like the answers to all of Gucci's problems. His aesthetic reaches the style of every woman's wardrobe where pieces from each look can be dissected to match an outfit of the day, now maybe some other designers so this as the marketing approach. Designers like Peter Dundas of Roberto Cavalli may have given his own twist in his atheistic although in line with the maximal approach, Roberto Cavalli's SS17 gave full references to the 60'S Rock n' Roll, with flare Bohemian vibes to the collection. So many designers may have channeled in their inner Gucci from somewhere in different forms but not all may have given into this modern approach. Jil Sander a household name may have given it turbulence as company for years subjecting into true brand aesthetic and heritage of the house. Jil Sander SS17 collection by Rodolfo Paglialunga paid another homage to the 1980's but this time gave a different view in his collection. High shoulders and stripe sleeves and pants crotches that dropped to the knee. View the full collection below.
Fashion followers can testify to the new change that brings a lot of excitement to Milan. Now the hit shows are not just about Fendi, Prada and Versace. This year's Milan fashion week felt very intricate, it felt like everyone channelled in their inner Gucci, From Roberto Cavali's retro punk 90's collection, to Dsquared exaggerated obsession of animal prints and your seventies trend of puff shoulders. It seems the Gucci effect sprung through every designer in some ways, paying a lot of respect to fashion in the 90's. Find out our best looks from the runway Milan Fashion week.
THE BEST OF MILAN STREET STYLE
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Nothing soothes our minds more than fashion week with a little bit of edge, and of course am talking about street style. London style has predominately given everything from your ballerina inspired outfit and to the chic, punk hipster effect. Unlike other fashion capitals London style varies with lust of energy from the cool kids of Saint Martins to your very own Vogue editors. Is that just a thing for London with a multicultural effect where everyone from the highs to the hopefuls take in from the individuality, and express it on the streets without knowing who is who or it's probably just a London thing. Here the best of the best from the runway shows from the streets.
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Hannah Weiland's collection for Shrimps SS17 makes a different hit of an 18th century inspired collection, the Victorian trend from other designers gave us a little of Queen Victoria. Shrimps spring summer collection lifted the London spirit of individuality, a collection that pretty much felt like everyone' little hits in their wardrobe, the textured converse that everyone can literally relate to with an everyday style, playful hits that we all are in love with it. The pearly pinks and Gaugin girls, with bows and the signature gingham fur. A lovely collection that speaks of Britain's fashion and why the Young continue to dominate in London. View the Full collection below.
Photography credit ;Jamie Stoker