7 Key trends - Milan fashion week fall 2017
The Milan fashion week is known for its embellishments and details. The runway fall fashion trend 2017 spotted at the Milan was inspired from the 40's, 30's and 80's fashion trends. The silhouettes were mostly feminine; power dressing inspired skirts and dresses inspired the designer's creativity.
We have spotted how flowy loose high waist pants emerge unyielding at the show as the designer's such as Gucci, Max Mara, and Georgio Armani brings it on the runway. Women power dressing emphasizes the modern women's psychological attributes as skirt suits and tailored dresses emerge adamant at the show. The designers such as Fendi, Armani, and Jil Sander put the best of sartorial styles for the working women.
The power woman showed her feminine side in Milan, as blazers and jackets were paired with matching skirts more often than with pants, because feminism is, after all, a matter of choice.
The Milan runway collections had a great edgy appeal, with a resurgence of allover leather, punk-inspired looks, grungy plaids and a tough-girl vibe.
There are capes trend, and then there are the capes seen at the Milan fall collections: glamorous, imposing and statement-worthy. Designer such as Eli Saab, Bottega Veneta, Emilio Pucci and Gucci shown how to wear cape elegentaly.
New wave looked new again with designers offering more subtle versions of the decade’s exaggerated, oversize silhouettes in an eye-popping color palette.
A nostalgic air was blowing through the Milan shows, via vintage, Forties-inspired dresses that puffed ever so slightly at the shoulder, while accentuating the waist.
In color trend The energy and enthusiasm that defines Milan's consumer psychological preference as we spotted on and off the runway how red and orange gets the attention of designers as well as of the street wearer.
The Power women dressing
The working women need something to carry and feel comfortable that is why designers bring skirts that could be paired with coats and blazers to have feminine yet authortarian feeling