Milan Fashion Week 2022-23 Fall/Winter: The third act of fashion week opened in Milan. While the 2022-23 Autumn/Winter collections meet the Italian luxury understanding, the new collections play a role from the spring.
Milan Fashion Week opened the third curtain with its 2022-23 Fall/Winter collections. While the Italian luxury in our memories shows itself in the new season of the brands, modern touches reinterpret the magnificence. From Fendi’s chiffon to the wild nature of Roberto Cavalli, we take a closer look at next season’s collections.
Milan Fashion Week 2022-23 Fall/Winter
Creative director Jeremy Scott invites us to an adventure that he interprets once again in his new collection. In the collection, which is based on the movie “2001: A Space Odyssey” by Stanley Kubrick, you encounter a palace show as the story progresses. While the rooted line of the brand shows itself to us especially in skirted suits, Scott’s surreal vision shows itself in suits and dresses with big bows.
Since Miuccia Prada and Raf Simons joined forces in 2020, the brand has undergone an impressive transformation. In the 2022-23 Autumn/Winter collection, the ugly sweaters of the 90s evolve into luxury with a new touch, while the dynamic reflection of artificial fur finds its place in the coats. Oversized cuts give the right to width in dresses, while transparent pencil skirts are candidates to be the new representative of office style.
While Armani’s line in suits offered us new alternatives, after a long time much more dynamic patterns and pastel colors appeared. In the 2022-23 Fall/Winter collection, where we see the effects of perfect cuts and power suits, there are forms that stretch this clear approach. Emporio Armani, who always has a distant attitude, this time turns his route towards a fluency of pleasure blended with ease.
Max Mara brings together the ski atmosphere with medieval details in its 2022-23 Fall/winter collection. When puffy forms inspired by Taeuber-Arp’s 18th century play “The King Stag” puppets come together with Max Mara’s outerwear mastery, a new generation interpretation of the past emerges. While the earth tones that dominate the brand’s codes maintain their permanent place, the strong reds in the transition give hints of a dynamic season.
In Fendi’s 2022-23 Fall/winter collection, Kim Jones pays homage to the legendary designer Karl Lagerfeld. Taking reference from Delfina Delettrez’s Silvia blouse designed by Lagerfeld in 1986, the collection promises lightness at first glance. Designs that give a subtle nod to spring are blended with the romanticism of chiffon and the strong stance of leather pieces. While corset details invite the past again, body-hugging cuts and fluidity play the leading role in the designs.
Alberta Ferretti approaches our daily style with high-pitched splendor in its new collection. Emphasizing the importance of dressing as we wish after the process we have been through, the designer approaches this longing of women with a refined solution. Combining luxury with timeless pieces without skipping comfort, the brand offers a rich collection ranging from metallic pieces to sparkly dresses. Layered silhouettes, where velvet becomes the star, take it to the next level with jewel tones.
Behind Roberto Cavalli, the talent Fausto Puglisi had successfully reinvigorated the brand. Masterfully crafting her signature cuts, Puglisi also pays homage to the wild nature of the well-established brand. Touching the elixir of youth with both her approach and her designs, the designer did not neglect to reach the Z generation as well. The collection, which takes on a flamboyant identity with the complexity of different patterns and velvet, is balanced with the nobility of black.
Alessandro Dell’Acqua balances masculine and feminine codes in the Fall/Winter 2022-23 collection. In the collection, where we see once again the signals that the corset will be a trend next season, tailoring and futuristic details also stand out. While the restrained elegance of tweed and transparent fabrics creates spacious silhouettes, the strong stance of metal creates the style vision of the future.
2022-23 Fall/Winter Collections