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Milan Fashion Week spring 2018 hasn’t missed a shot to surprise us so far, and we cannot wait to see what this Freaky Fashion Friday will treat us to today. When it comes to the most eclectically dreamy runway shows of the moment, MFW just overwhelmed us with the empowering notes of Prada, Moschino, and Giorgio Armani, making us wish for spring 2018 already.
Each one of these designers travelled all the way back to a sort of oneiric parallel world, where magic and vintage inspirations find their place within endless fields of flowers. Poetic references aside, get ready for a wave of fashion, creativity and empowerment with the spring 2018 runway collections of Prada, Moschino, and Giorgio Armani!
Prada Spring/ Summer 2018 RTW Collection
There was a new kind of Prada at this MFW spring 2018 edition, where not only creative director Miuccia Prada could play with the empowering notes and the music-inspired accents freely, but also where fashion was not the sole, one and only protagonist of the show.
As seen through other Milan Fashion Week spring 2018 shows, such as Gucci’s, MFW is slowly becoming more multidisciplinary, which is something we usually experience while watching any LFW runway show. The Prada spring 2018 runway show intertwined fashion with music and art, as its stage was wallpapered by pop art, all from female artists, and its soundtrack was served by Nirvana, Lana del Rey, and Nina Simone.
Music also perfectly exemplified Miuccia Prada’s visions for the spring 2018 season, as she judiciously blended in together grunge, oniric, and jazz-inspired fashions all together, treating us to a dream array of button-down shirts, pencil skirts, and practical trench coats that will easily satisfy any taste to say the least.
In doing so, she purposely let strong empowering leitmotifs run through each one of her Prada spring 2018 proposals, making sure her political undertone could be unapologetically on the spot both onstage and in our future wardrobes.
“Just wanting to change the world. Especially for women, because there’s so much against us, still,” she declared.
Moschino Spring/ Summer 2018 RTW Collection
The Moschino spring 2018 collection is on everyone’s lips, and it is all for the right reasons. First things first, we have to say that the Moschino spring 2018 show had it all, from fabulous “My Little Pony” inspired items (no wonder, Moschino’s creative director Jeremy Scott knows his audience very well) to Eighties-influenced glam rock ensembles.
Groundbreakingly, the collection also took a naturistic turn with the florals, seen in their most gigantic version unlike those showcased in various NYFW collections.
All in all, Jeremy Scott’s Moschino spring/ summer 2018 collection was a fairy-tale dream come true, with loads of tulle, feathers, and contrasting leather making us travel back to a sort of parallel world, where what you wear is a practical interpretation of your personality, and everyone just wants to feel freely represented and empowered.
Although the Moschino spring 2018 collection did not show us something new, but rather a recap of Jeremy Scott’s past Moschino collections, we can’t help but feel electrified by his undeniable joie de vivre and carefree spirit.
Giorgio Armani Spring/ Summer 2018 RTW Collection
Ok, we just got one of the industry’s most authoritative confirmations: florals are back in style for spring, indeed! Unveiled earlier this morning at Milan Fashion Week, the newest Giorgio Armani spring 2018 collection was a breath of fresh air, and will help anyone who is looking for an all-around kind of fashion inspiration have her hands full.
From day to evening and from workwear to casual wear, the Giorgio Armani spring 2018 collection was as versatile as the recent Emporio Armani spring 2018 sister line, though infused with more elegant undertones in the figure and materials. Soft yet full of personality, this collection’s materials perfectly embodied the line-up’s overall attitude, which was that of a spring-ready array of empowering proposals.
Metallic skirts thus went hand in hand with utterly cute floral shirts and even rock-inspired jackets, while surrealistic and cubistic-inspired patterns created a dynamic contrast with the collection’s transparencies and more fluidly structured lines.
Giorgio Armani also just confirmed himself as one of the absolute kings of MFW, leaving us ultimately in awe with the finale of the Giorgio Armani spring/ summer 2018 show, which comprised an ultra-glamorous array of total black outfits and pastel-infused gowns anyone would wear forever in her dreams.
Photos via Vogue