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The Best Street Style From Milan Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2019

Classic neutrals and kitschy maximalism

by Joanna Fu

23 Feb 2019

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Classic neutrals and kitschy maximalism

We’re now in Milan for the third leg of Fall/Winter 2019 Ready-to-Wear fashion week, and this season, the Italian capital was treated to spectacular shows from Gucci, Moncler genius, Prada, Versace, Marni, Daniel Lee’s inaugural Bottega Venetta collection and many, many more. The street style was on an equal footing of balancing both classic codes and ambitious new styles. We saw maximalist kitschy opulence balanced by sharp suiting and clean monochromes. The beige fever continued with an added boost of white and black, creating a strong neutrals theme that put emphasis on architectural cuts and textures (knit and leather). Browse the gallery above for the most eye-catching street style from Milan Fashion Week Fall 2019.

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