Numerous big and small designers showed once again their engagement and focus around the topic of sustainability. Due to the still ongoing pandemic, precautions are taken into account with shows staged in front of small audiences and unmasked models. The trends reflect a return to a bright personal style, and the appearance of bold prints, colors and textures. Hereby we offer a glimpse into the top trends spotted across Milan’s runways.
The best part of Milan’s fashion week is to witness its endless creative, bold and colourful style offering a mix of saturations and different colour combinations. Everything is allowed: bright colours, mix and match of textures and prints that give out such a vivid impression and an overall cheerful look. Below are some images serving as examples by Msgm, Shuting Qui and Max Mara.
Max Mara's S/S 21 fashion show was inspired by rebirth, reconstruction and renewal presenting the indomitable heroines of the Renaissance. The show was located in the very poetic courtyard of the Accademia di Brera. The brand is significantly engaged with the topic of sustainability. It launched their CameLux collection last year made out of upcycled fabrics and products that would have otherwise gone to waste.
"Rebirth, renewal, reconstruction; like the indomitable heroines of the Renaissance, in every field, Max Mara women are rebuilding the world—better than it was before. This season, Max Mara addresses the question, what to wear for a job like that?"
Sustainable Italian luxury fashion label Genny embraces social responsibility for its employees and is committed to safeguarding the low impact of its products on the environment. The S/S 21 fashion collection is inspired by femininity, class and exclusive style. Here are some of our favorite looks.
Visual artist Carlos Serrao produced a compelling performance art film for the latest Spyder SS21 collection, which was inspired by everyday life situations becoming extraordinary, showing the dynamics of sports and the aspiration towards a life that exists somewhere between reality and fantasy.
+ Words: Sofia Sovera, Luxiders Magazine Editor