The Milan fashion week has rarely subjected us to so many paradoxical or even contradictory influences. From the Prada statement under controlled sobriety to the jungle-glam show of Versace, everything seems possible and its opposite too; a tension perfectly illustrated by the Gucci presentation starting with white straitjackets, prelude to a collection that questions the house’s codes. Maximalism and decorum are no longer THE magic formula of Italian fashion, which chooses to broaden its horizons towards other style expressions, thus offering a very wide and diversified spring-summer palette that Carlin Creative highlights for you:
It is the striking color of the spring-summer 2020, celebrated by many Italian houses: Orange, all in radiant intensity, often associated with a shocking pink as a successful duo. A significant confirmation of our Incandescence trend.
And if one does not like orange? Rest assured, there is an alternative which is … Blue, tonic blue, promoting the gait and the movement of the body for a dynamic fashion, as developed in our Momentum theme.
Marco de Vincenzo
This is one of our main trends for spring-summer season and it is omnipresent at the Milan fashion week: the elegance of brown ethno-tribal references in chic and contemporary version, for an unavoidable fashion ritual.
Without falling into clichés, an Italian season would not be fully satisfactory without a pattern statement to the glory of bold prints, which this season look bluntly colorful, but tempered by the presence of black and white.
Dolce & Gabbana
La Double J
A very simple little top, without unnecessary details, clean and precise, to pair up with a long or mid-long skirt; this look sets the tone of a new sobriety which Prada is at the forefront but also, and more surprisingly, Gucci.
You were warned that this Milanese season loves paradoxes; well for those who think that fashion is first and foremost a Y.O.L.O stuff, if possible a little bit extravagant because it would be a shame to fall asleep during a fashion week: puffy sleeves, in taffeta, solid or printed… and short hems please!