5 trends from Milan Fashion Week that you can wearing

5 trends from Milan Fashion Week that you can wearing

As we say ‘ciao!’ to another Milan Fashion Week, it’s time to take a look at the trends that were dominating the catwalk.

Cavalli SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com

As another week in the spring/summer ‘24 fashion circuit comes to a close, we’re once again turning our attention to the runways for insight into what’s new and trending for the coming seasons. Home to many of the industry’s most iconic houses (read: Prada, Max Mara, Fendi and Armani), Milan Fashion Week stands as one of the most anticipated weeks in the fashion calendar. While we’re continuing to see established trends such as double denim and leather reign supreme, this week gave us a fresh serving of sartorial trends that have us excited for warmer days.

Below, we take you through five trends that have been seen everywhere this week that you can start wearing now.

Ferretti SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com
Prada SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com

1. Western front

If we have one takeaway from Milano, it’s that fringe and tassels are most definitely here to stay. Many iterations of the Western-style trend were seen across the runways this week, including at Alberta Ferretti, Moschino, Cavalli and Prada – to name only a few. Featured on everything from bags to skirts to coat hems, this trend is perfectly suited for those with a penchant for the dramatic. 

Tom Ford SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com
Blumarine SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com

2. All talk, no trousers

Last year it was all about the thigh-grazing micro-mini skirts (thanks to Miu Miu’s SS22 show), but this season we’re seeing designers take things a step further by sending models down the runway pantless. From Blumarine, who had multiple models donning butterfly-shaped underwear, to Tom Ford, who had a plethora of bodysuits and underwear on display, this week’s shows brought new meaning to the saying ‘less is more’. 

Prada SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com
Blumarine SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com

3. Peek-a-boo

Say hello to all things sheer according to this week’s show roster. Leaving little to the imagination, designers debuted a variety of looks made of ultra-sheer materials, including PVC, silk organza and crochet.

Ferretti SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com
Anteprima SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com

4. White out

Nothing says summer like a return to your trusty white wardrobe staples, and it seems that the fashion week runways agree. A medley of white hues stormed the catwalk, ranging from ivory to cream and everything in between. 

Del Core SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com
Burani SS24. Source: spotlight.launchmetrics.com

5. All that glitters

Much like New York Fashion Week, shimmery embellishments were having a major moment in Milan this week. There was Blumarine, who went heavy on the diamantés; Del Core, who opted for modest crystal beading; and Burani who showcased a spectacle of sequins.

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