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Take a look at some of the highlights from the final weekend at Milan Fashion Week, featuring fashion themes and inspirations that varied greatly from collection to collection.
Models presented the awaited creations from the wardrobes of Roberto Cavalli, Versace, Giorgio Armani, Missoni, Dolce & Gabbana and Tommy Hilfiger during the final weekend at Milan Fashion Week.
This amazing folk-inspired creation with a bohemian feel.
Colourful pieces with a modern twist were a constant in every luxury brands present at this edition of Milan Fashion Week.
Emma Scervino showed an elegant, refined, laid-back collection, celebrating a powerful, charismatic feminism.
Roberto Cavalli continues its transformation with silhouettes taking a more sober turn.
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Considered one of the most important events in the fashion calendar, Milan Fashion Week brought a host of exceptional shows as well as surprises to an esteemed audience. The week-long extravaganza saw dedicated fashionistas coming together to view the themed collections put by various fashion powerhouse brands.
Dolce & Gabanna‘s collection celebrated modern day queen and features religious themes.
Giorgio Armani stood out with a more classic and sober collection than many of its Milanese counterparts, with neutral shades, elegant and laid-back silhouettes – all with a very feminine feel – and motifs channelling various global inspirations.
Starring Gigi Hadid for Tommy Hilfiger, the collection sought inspiration in the world of motor racing, borrowing codes from menswear.
Versace shows colourful colours, patterns and materials.
Dolce & Gabbana took guests by surprise by using a swarm of drones to present its handbags. Tommy Hilfiger made an impact on Sunday, February 25 with the final instalment in the Tommy x Gigi collection, inspired by the world of motor racing, while Versace sent a clan of powerful, modern women down the runway dressed in highly colourful silhouettes.