fashion week

Milan fashion week.


With a dedicated menswear fashion week as well as womenswear, Milan fashion week (MFW) presents a massive program of runway shows, after parties and off-calendar events four times a year. With the aim of promoting Italy’s fashion talent to the world, Milan fashion week presents both the spring / summer and autumn (fall) / winter collections across any given year. Below you’ll find coverage of Milan fashion week 2014 and past years such as 2013.

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Milan fashion week coverage 2014

The classic grey coat: in Milan

A little bit of masculine tailoring for the girls goes a long way: a pair of tailored pants cropped above the ankle (or even a culotte) for the cooler days simply needs a roll-neck (hair tucked nonchalantly in) and a classic menswear-inspired coat.

Erika Labanauskaite after Just Cavalli

While I hazard to use the phrase “the next anyone” it’s awfully tempting to draw comparisons between Lithuanian beauty Erika Labanauskaite and one-time-model-come-actress Abbey Lee Kershaw. With sharply side parted hair and a chunky knit scarf, she gave an intense stare for this street style portrait after the Just Cavalli show.

The gentlemen’s crossing: in Milan

Only in Italy would you be spectator to a scene like this: five gentlemen, each as stylish as the next, striding side by side in a sartorial whirlwind of cigars and hats and suits and coats slung casually over shoulders. What is the collective noun for a group of stylish men? I’m not sure, but what is clear is that just above the ankle is…

Those legs, that attitude: Lexi Boling rocks thigh-highs

So maybe it’s Lexi Boling’s endless, slender legs, or her ability to display attitude by the bucketload… but when I took this shot outside the Dolce & Gabbana show, I couldn’t help but wonder if this was the way to be rocking a pair of thigh high socks in 2014. One part school girl, two parts punk, Lexi’s healthy helping of thigh, nonchalant use of…

A touch of plaid: off duty in Milan

A simple, understated winter look can always benefit from a touch of plaid, whether it’s Burberry or Burberry-esque in classic beige and charcoal tones. Worn with a simple black bag and boots, this model was photographed after the Laura Biagiotti show in Milan.

Spring turtleneck: pastels in Milan

On a day that feels like spring, it doesn’t really matter about technicalities of seasons: pastel knits are the bridge between two worlds. A pastel pink turtleneck with the sleeves rolled back made this outfit feel perfectly right for the dawning of spring 2014, as worn by Julia under a Lubla Kira Plastinina floral coat.

Bette Franke after Cavalli

The most flawless mix of masculine and feminine, Bette Franke’s off duty model style mixes slouchy pants and loafers, boyish wet hair and masculine attitude, with her full lips and feminine peachy skin.

Yasmina Muratovich off duty in Milan

Back when winter had a firm grasp on Milan – during the menswear fashion week – I ran into the gorgeous Yasmina Muratovich (@ Next Models), who happened to be sitting next to me at a bakery on Via Tortona. She looked incredibly gorgeous and effortless in casual clothes and no makeup, proving the value (as models always do) of a classic aviator jacket and…

Simple beauty, Sasha Luss

Simply dressed, looking soft and sweet – Sasha Luss existed the Dolce & Gabbana show in Milan in an oversized sweater and skinny leather pants, bundled effortlessly in a printed scarf. She was still wearing the show’s soft chignon and classic makeup.