Day 2 of Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023 shook things up with injected chic energy. From Max Mara to Prada and Emporio Armani, there’s nothing we don’t love about day 2 of MFW.
Scroll below to see some of our favourite looks.
Reimagining Riviera-style, Max Mara’s Spring/Summer 2023 had a slew of contemporary, French silhouettes that were to die for. The collection saw clean, minimal looks that played with dreamy hues of pastels and neutral tones. From high-waisted pants, to elaborate halter-neck floral dresses and chic billowing outerwear, the whole collection had a feminine feel to it.
Prada’s Spring/Summer 2023’s strength comes from their representation of simple, modest yet chic looks. From oversized, boxy suit jackets to structured dresses, the collection had pieces that played with different bodies of work, fabric and form.
Moschino made a splash with their vibrant Spring/Summer 2023 collection. Diving into heart-shaped lapels, tweed co-ord pieces, and more, the latest collection embraces out of the ordinary looks that sparks fun and flirty silhouettes.
Emporio Armani’s collection echoed freedom and openness with their travel-inspired looks. Showcasing flowy, chiffon dresses and boxy yet fluid white jackets, the collection had a sense of flowing lightness that works well for spring and summer.
Boss Spring/Summer 2023 collection saw a marriage of precision-cut jackets and soft, sexy dresses that echoes a good balance of feminity and masculinity. Emphasising on neutral hues, the whole collection played with silhouette, frabric and proportion of slouchy and sculptural looks.
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