#ModicReview – Milano Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2019/2020
It’s a wrap for Milano Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2019/2020 and now everyone is travelling to Paris, but don’t just say: Ciao, Milano! First thing first check our #ModicReview about some of the most interesting collection that were presented during Milan Fashion Week. To sum up, for the next winter we are going to look for sustainable fashion and for the designs that empower us and give us the confidence that we need. The designers have a common message this season and that is: Be yourself, no matter what! Check: #ModicReview – Milano Fashion Week Autumn-Winter 2019/2020
Alberto Zambelli took us to the depth of the sea with his fall winter 2019-2020 collection. He recreated in such a sophisticated way the movements of the seas and its creatures. Zambelli’s favorite colours are inspired from seaweed, jellyfish or octopus and the touch of fresh wool and organza, silk, velvet and cashmere will spoil your body.
“I wanted to bring some summer in this cold winter. I wanted to have very delicate and sophisticated colors for the winter days. So we have summer with the help of whites or greens from the sea algae” – said the designer Alberto Zmabelli
Anna Yang wants to change the beauty canons imposed by the media with her fall-winter 2019/2020 collection. Annakiki wants her woman to be free, to have no boundaries and to accept herself as she is doing it by playing with contrasts. She takes soft fabrics and she mixes them with strong shapes. This collection is energetic and transmits determination and self confidence by its electricity.
The AU197SM fashion show express a lot of power, it sent on the runway urban soldiers ready to fight the human boundaries and social limits. The message was clear: Be strong, be yourself! The mix between the international technology that integrates 24 carat gold with fabrics has a luxurious touch, but is still part of the street.
“The collection is destined to be worn by anyone that is unconditioned, it’s like you are working in the future, where the job doesn’t matter and you are just showing yourself from inside. It’s not interesting what the other people say, you just have to live without fear. We wanted to concentrate this feeling in our work.” – Emilia Paola Monachesi, creative director
“Pensavo era amore, invece era Milano” (I thought it was love, but instead it was Milano) this was the motto of the MSGM fall/winter 2019-2020 collection. Nicola wants his woman to be the same, not to change because she is strong and she wants her to be the same also in the future. The collection is energetic, colorful, feminine, but yet manly from time to time. Nicola collaborated with artists for the prints.
“We created a fake movie, an imaginary one with Milano, but at the same time it could be a cartoon with Alice in Wonderland in 2019. The message is that MSGM is a mix of harmony, energy, music and prints. MSGM is never too serious, never too classy. It’s always fun and playful.” – said Massimo Giorgetti
Atsushi Nakashima fall-winter 2019/2020 collection is called “Erosion” and it represents the way how one element step by step invades the other elements space until becoming one. The prints are inspired from the ancient living fish Endlicheri and by the manner he perceives the world. Jackets, mods coats, denim jackets and Duffle coat are illustrating the nature and the way how the elements combine. The collection is about expressing no gender, but supports you to be yourself.
Moncler Genius is the project that has gathered together some of the best designers in the fashion industry and asked them to design puffer jackets and other Moncler items for this 2019 fall. The result was mind blowing. Each designer’s vision is getting you into another puffer jacket world: colourful flowers, hunted forests and aeroplane puffer are some to name. With minds like Pierpaolo Piccioli, Richard Quinn, Simone Rochas, Craig Green and Hiroshi Fujiwara everyone presented at the event experienced a new way of understanding fashion and the puffer jacket.
Besides being so cool, Byblos presented a collection made from recycled plastic bottles and nylon. Inspired by the untouched beauty of the arctic ice and by the colours of the Aurora Borealis, this collection for fall/winter 2019-2020 will bring you to the roots of the iced nature. The plastic bottles were given a new life, a new purpose and from them eco-friendly pearls were born. The street fashion is created from the recycled nylon and this is how arctic’s magic got to play around us. This sustainable collection represents a new path for the brand, as its desire is to help save the world and offer a better place for our children.
Cristiano Burani fall/winter 2019-2020 collection recreates the #unfinishedTokyo and it is a reinterpretation of the Japanese imaginary with the help of manual processes applied to precious fabrics. Kimono and sumo elements are decomposed into a contemporary look. Shades of grey, black and white, red-orange, pink and acid yellow are going to colour your next winter.