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As the autumn 18 season of womenswear catwalks draw to a close this month, Drapers asks top buyers to reveal their standout collections and industry insight of the key directions to know.
The season-defining shows, top trends to know and key items topping their buying list, Drapers asked buyers from Harvey Nichols, Selfridges, Farfetch, Stylebop, The Shop at Bluebird ...
Drapers rounds up the trends to note from the womenswear catwalks in Milan.
While the golden girls at Versace may have stolen the show at Milan Fashion Week, there was plenty of action elsewhere on the catwalks. From Gucci to Prada and Dolce & Gabbana, find out the shows to know from the Italian capital’s spring 18 womenswear offerings.
Updates on classic looks, relaxed tailoring and the return of camouflage were the big stories for Milan’s spring 18 menswear shows.
Milan’s designers set out to make a statement for autumn 17 – diverse models walked the catwalk and protest was interwoven into designs. From striking waxy reds to luxe puffa jackets, the womenswear catwalks were bold on every level.
Catch up on the latest from Milan’s womenswear catwalks for autumn 17, including protests from Missoni, Prada and Versace, and a lavish family party from Dolce & Gabbana.
Catch up on the best autumn 17 menswear from the Milan catwalks, from Prada’s cosy 1970s style to Dolce and Gabbana’s opulent new royalty.
The emerging menswear trends and hero items from the Italian fashion capital’s biggest brands
As the spring 16 edition of Milan Fashion Week draws to a close, we round up the most important trends to emerge from the Italian womenswear collections.