When a show isn’t worth a post that much, but one specific look needs the spotlight. A small, commute-fit dispatch from Milan. Leave the big posts for the evening!
Agnona / I nearly forgot about the existence of this brand, when I suddenly spotted this one specific look. Its brilliance measures from the top to the bottom, from the knit’s fur back to the denim skirt-pants hybrid tacked in the boots.
Emilio Pucci / This is what you call a fringe. A fringed hat. And it’s green. Massimo Gioretti is mad this season at Pucci, but I quite like his vision of an aristocratic dame.
Max Mara / Red is hot and Max Mara gets the point this season.
Bottega Veneta / Eva Herzigova opened the show in this shoulder-pad top and luxe sweatpants as if she was the embodiment of power. Oh wait, she is.
Stella Jean / Known for her great love for everything ethnic, there was no wonder that Stella would sooner or later go for Slavic culture. From peasant shirts and hand-embroidered folklore skirts to fur vests and remastered ‘hammer and sickle’ t-shirt, that was a Mother Russia moment in Milan.