The Best Looks From Day 3 Of Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023

Delivering us with perseverance and diversity, Day 3 of Milan Fashion Week showcased thought-provoking pieces that were a mixture of unconventional and classics. From gothic princess to sartorial, structured looks, here are our favourite looks from day 3.


Chic and timeless, Tod’s Spring/Summer 2020 paid homage to the 90s. From a collared midi dress to refined menswear co-ord pieces, the whole collection adds several elements of masculinity and femininity with its balance of sartorial, structured looks and softer, fluid dresses. Eye-catching with its earthy colour palette – their casual and versatile collection will sell like hot cakes


Playing with embellishments, tie-dyes and eccentric colours, Etra’s collection was filled with stunning, whimsical pieces. From paisley patterns to fringed gypsy look and romantic abstract flowy dresses, Etra’s collection had decorative motifs that were romantic, boho and quirky.

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Seeing double, Gucci’s Spring/Summer 2023 featured gender-fluid silhouettes. The collection saw tailored trench coats, and jackets mixed with eccentric dresses. Dazzling with pops of colours from bright red to silver accents and neutral, Gucci goes the mile in bidding ode to the early 70s.


Dipping their toes in gothic princess vibes, Versace’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection stunned us with its deathly black and striking purple ensemble. Rocking leathers, corsets, lace – the collection glittered in grunge goddess themes. From soft-cut slip dresses to sheer, dramatic lace dresses, the collection moved away from their typical bold print go-to’s.

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A lover of steamy romance books and all things green, Syameen Salehaldin is the Senior Content Producer for Harper's BAZAAR Malaysia. She spends most of her time immersed in books, and food and doing anything that makes her happy. Expect to see her diving into lifestyle, fashion and beauty trends on this platform.