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The 35 Best Modest Looks from Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022

The 35 Best Modest Looks from Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2022

Milan Fashion Week came back strong after two years in the deep due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Making bold choices, participating designers played with the fall and winter season colors of black, brown, white, beige, blue, and silver/grey, creating an almost dark/light academia aesthetic. Standing out were Roberto Cavalli’s striking leopard patterns with draping suit jackets and majestic cape dresses, while Dolce & Gabbana made statements with headscarves paired with demure silhouettes in monochrome palettes. Versace embraced a similar mood, but with form-fitting shapes, and Jil Sander took on a more formal approach and offered a modest suit in yellow and a grey dress paired with white leather gloves.
Below, check out the 35 best modest looks spotted on the runways of Milan Fashion Week.
Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Courtesy of Fillippo Fior
Gucci. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Roberto Cavalli. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Max Mara. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Roberto Cavalli. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Alberta Ferretti. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Max Mara. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Roberto Cavalli. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Prada. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Alberta Ferretti. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Loro Piana. Photo: Courtesy of Loro Piana
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Courtesy of Fillipo Fior
Moschino. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Emporio Armani. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Max Mara. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Dolce & Gabbana. Photo: Courtesy of Fillippo Fior
Fendi. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Giorgio Armani. Photo: Courtesy of Fillippo Fior
Bottega Veneta. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Fendi. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Etro. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Jil Sander. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Gucci. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Prada. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Jil Sander. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Versace. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Gucci. Photo: Courtesy of GoRunway
Bottega. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Emporio Armani. Photo: Courtesy of Alessandro Lucioni
Giorgio Armani. Photo: Courtesy of Fillippo Fior
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Gigi Hadid Closed One Of Moschino’s Wildest Shows in a Dramatic Gold Gown

Gigi Hadid Closed One Of Moschino’s Wildest Shows in a Dramatic Gold Gown

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Gigi Hadid has had a busy start to Milan Fashion Week, beginning the day on the Alpine-themed Max Mara runway and ending it at one of the most bonkers Moschino shows to date. Closing Jeremy Scott’s extravaganza, the model wore a dramatic gold gown with a sweeping tulle train, which was paired with matching gloves featuring gold leaves wrapped around the arms.

With Gigi stopping to pose with her arms aloft, the show harked back to the fun fashion spectacles from the ’80s and ’90s – which was appropriate for a flamboyant collection that saw models going down the catwalk in candlestick headpieces and harpsichord dresses.
Gigi’s sister Bella also walked the show, wearing a keyhole dress featuring gold baroque detailing, followed by a sultry floor-length number. The sisters were later seen posing backstage with Scott, who himself donned a red space suit (a replica of David Bowman’s in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey that gave an insight into the creative director’s incredible mind).

With both Gigi and Bella in Milan, expect the Hadid sisters to continue dominating the catwalks this season – though the theatrics of this Moschino show will be hard to beat.
Originally published in Vogue.co.uk

Amanda Gorman Served Poetry and Style at the Super Bowl

Amanda Gorman Served Poetry and Style at the Super Bowl

Amanda Gorman. Photo: Instagram/@moschino

Ahead of tonight’s Super Bowl, where the Kansas City Chiefs played against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, poet Amanda Gorman kicked off the event by reciting a poem. Gorman, who is the youngest inaugural poet, paid homage to three individuals who are making a difference: educator Trimaine Davis, nurse Suzie Dorner, and Marine veteran James Martin. She began her performance, which was pre-taped but aired live, by saying “Today we honor our three captains for their actions and impact in a time of uncertainty and need.”
Moschino SS21 ready-to-wear. Photo: Courtesy

The presence of a poet at the Super Bowl was unexpected, but it set a thoughtful tone for the evening. “Poetry at the Super Bowl is a feat for art & our country, because it means we’re thinking imaginatively about human connection even when we feel siloed,” Gorman wrote on Twitter earlier today. To deliver such a powerful poem, she needed an equally strong fashion look to do so. Gorman—who works with stylist Jason Bolden—wore an elegant but youthful look by Moschino that included a metallic blue coat with gold embellishments, and a pearl headband (following the memorable red Prada headband she wore at the inauguration, it had to be done). Designer Jeremy Scott is often known for his quirky pieces, but this intricate design proved how much of a statement a good coat can make. In football terms, it was in fact a total touchdown.

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Originally published on Vogue.com

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