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1 year ago, by Voir Editorial Team Milan Fashion Week AW20 Wrapped Up

1 year ago, by Voir Editorial Team

Milan Fashion Week AW20 Wrapped Up

From the AW20 GCDS, Dolce & Gabbana, Versace and Moschino Collections

The home to all things elite when it comes to beaches, architecture and …carbs, has just about said ciao to its fashion week that is home to the elite (shock!) of the fashion world.

So, we think it’s time for some Milan Spam! Enjoy!

GCDS

From the AW20 GCDS Collection

Bright satins, diamantes, PVC, leopard print; the GCDS A/W runway channelled everything garish and over-the-top- but in the most tasteful way. The brand stuck to the fun light-heartedness we are used to seeing from their collections with a vibrant pastel colour pallet and modern watered-down western vibes with corsets, big boots and rah-rah skirts.

Dolce and Gabbana

From the AW20 Dolce and Gabbana Collection

The sexy knit; an impossible feat if you’re not Dolce and Gabbana. Waste synching, figure-skimming corsetry, sheer fabrics revealing the skin underneath and a lot of leg (thanks to the barely-there hot pants) celebrated the female form. Whilst the oversized chunky knits and sharp tailoring brought a less effeminate edge to the collection that contrasted with the otherwise ultra-feminine silhouettes.

Moschino

From the AW20 Moschino Collection

Cakes and Corsets paraded down the catwalk in the 2020 version of Marie Antionette’s wardrobe. The sense of escapism and awe we feel when Jeremy Scott’s imagination meets the latest Moschino collection was, as usual, very much present when we saw his A/W 2020 collection which had the perfect amount of camp-ness and humour as much as it did craftsmanship and inventiveness.

Versace

From the AW20 Versace Collection

From the feminity of the patterned, girly micro-mini-dresses to the more masculine slick, fierce three-piece suits, and everything in-between, Versace’s collection explored the different ways women express being female.

Words and Graphics by Ella Winfield

Cover by Katie Janes

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