Closing Lorella Signorino

With a collection described by Daniel as ‘sexualised and youthful’, Lorella Signorino’s Milan fashion week show was suitably energetic. Captured on video, the closing moments were a fast-paced romp through the 70s tones and boho embellishments that took to the runway during the parade.

lorella signorino runway video

View the video above – you can also view the full picture coverage of the show by clicking on the thumbnails below.

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