Milan Fashion Week: Giorgio Armani "powders" fashion

Makeup colors are now coming to clothes.

Milan Fashion Week: Giorgio Armani "powders" fashion

Makeup colors are now coming to clothes. At least that's what Giorgio Armani wants. He simply titled his new collection "Powder". And at the same time described her color concept.

The show by the Milan star designer provided the last highlight of Milan Fashion Week on Sunday afternoon. Italy's fashion elite presented their trends for the Autumn/Winter 2023/24 season there last week. Armani focuses on flowing shapes and silhouettes. Transparent trousers peek out from under long dresses. The pants as a soloist are often cut wide, sometimes have strap details and patch pockets. Vests and long coats keep appearing. Shimmering bronze garments bring shine into play, fringed decorations add a touch of folklore. The designer gave the evening theme a lot of space, and above all the color pink. In sometimes strong, but often powdery nuances, it often appears in combination with black. There are flower ornaments and glitter effects, velvet and silk.

Inspired by the loos of the 1950s

Ferragamo's creative director Maximilian Davis was inspired by the film divas Marilyn Monroe and Sophia Loren. He transformed her looks from the 1950s into the present with sporty accents, incisions and zips that reveal flashes of color or biker elements. A bold red adds a bright accent to the otherwise neutral color palette. In addition to its women's collection, the traditional label from Florence also presented its latest looks for men in the show on Saturday. Missoni, on the other hand, swears by love and joie de vivre in autumn/winter 2023/24 and lets roses rain down. They appear again and again as a decorative element in the collection. Zigzag patterns are also omnipresent, one of the trademarks of the Italian label, which has its origins in knitwear. It adorns dresses, trouser suits and coats made of faux fur in warm, earthy colors. Milan Fashion Week ends on Monday with five purely digital shows, including one by Laura Biagiotti. It then continues seamlessly in Paris. Because that's where the Prêt-à-Porter parade starts on the same day.