The Best Looks From Day 4 & 5 Of Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2023

It’s time to see goodbye to Milan Fashion Week! This year’s MFW spring/summer 2023 presentations saw a bevy of stylish and stunning collections that we can’t get over. From Jill Sander to Ferragamo and Bottega Veneta, day 4 and 5 of MFW was gleaming with exceptional looks.

Scroll below to see some of our favourite looks from day 4 and 5.

Jill Sander

Set in a rainy, floral oasis, Jill Sander converged functionality and style in their SS23 collection. Showcasing minimalistic suits, flowy dresses, and fringed galore, the collection saw sophisticated, glam, and eccentric looks.

Salvatore Ferragamo

Painting the town red, Ferragamo ushered in its next chapter with newly appointed creative director, Maximilian Davis. The SS23 collection was playful and polished with refined tailored suits, unexpected colourful dresses and more. Establishing a refined line-up, the brand was flying with its iconic red, earthy, and bold, bright colours.

Dolce & Gabbana

For its spring/summer 2023 collection, Dolce & Gabbana asked Kim Kardashian to play the role of curator. The whole collection featured reworked archival pieces from 1987 to 2022 – pieces that paid homage to the 90s and early 2000s. Corset dresses, low-rise trousers and tops dominated the runway. 

Bally

Bally’s SS23 collection featured sleek, tailored suits, stunning maxi dresses, loafer-led looks, fluid co-ord sets and more. The collection was filled with classic, contemporary looks that are opulent and sexy. Trust us, these pieces making will be highly sought-after by fashion darlings.

Bottega Veneta

Playing around with pastels and neutral hues, Bottega Veneta stunned us with clean, minimalistic looks. From a double-breasted jacket to a deep plunge leather dress, the SS23 collection is dotted with polished and chic silhouettes.

Giorgio Armani

Decked in shades of blue, Giorgio Armani’s SS23 collection unfolded with playful variations of jackets, sweaters and shirts. Armani deployed a broad range of soft-shouldered suiting over long-flowing shirts that echoed the perfect travelling pieces.

Matty Bovan

Full of psychedelic pieces, Matty Bovan’s Spring/Summer 2023 collection was reissued from the Dolce & Gabbana archives. From checkered prints to paisley and unorthodox graphic prints Bovan’s SS23 looks were draped against reconstituted denim, fluter skirts, corsets and royal brocades. Multiple pieces of clashing fabrics, textures and prints make up this wild collection.

Elisabetta Franchi

 

Dotted with stunning graphic patterns, fringe and earthy tones, Elisabetta Franchi’s SS23 is full of nomad and whimsical themes. From raffia fabrics made into a dress to beautiful crochet pieces and fringed maxi skirts – the collection is undeniably gorgeous.

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