There’s a luxury that comes from Italy that can’t be matched—a tailoring from the likes of Prada, Jil Sander, Gucci, and more, that makes high fashion feel both the work of artisans and designers. See what Milano has to offer for Spring 2020 with the five best looks from each major collection.
Fendi brought on the prints and the It models to wear them for Spring 2020. Silvia Venturini Fendi managed to seamlessly fuse a moody ‘70s color palette featuring plaids and browns, bright psychedelic patterns, and ultra feminine quilted skirt suits together into one collection that felt both cohesive and cool. Sure there were runway appearances by Gigi, Bella, and Kaia, but the buzzy models didn’t overshadow the clothes here. Instead, playful skirt suits, short and sweater pairings, and sheer dresses with checked co-ords underneath stood out. It managed to capture the ‘60s and ‘70s spirit without veering into territory that felt too literal or campy. More excitingly, there was also a return of ultra oversized sunglasses, much to the chagrin of many of us who’ve struggled with the teeny tiny Matrix sunglass trend of seasons past. —Lauren Alexis Fisher