Milan Fashion Week 2017 Fall/Winter Collection

Fashion Week has officially moved to Milan. Let’s kick off Italy’s most stylish week with shows that are already looking to be the most talked about of the season. Gucci, Prada, Versace, Brunello Cucinelli, the list will go on!

With runways filled with fabulous pieces and ensembles, it’s safe to say the Italian’s have done it again. Here, everything you need to see from Milan Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2017!

Versace RTW Fall 2017

The Versace 2017 collection featured some stunning ensembles, along with some bright orange, blue, yellow clip-in hair extensions worn by many of the models.

Versace RTW Fall 2017

Versace RTW Fall 2017

Versace RTW Fall 2017

Versace RTW Fall 2017

Versace RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Prada RTW Fall 2017

Prada gives a feel of politics and seduction, but still remains an everyday chic from Miuccia herself.

Prada RTW Fall 2017

Prada RTW Fall 2017

Prada RTW Fall 2017

Prada RTW Fall 2017

Prada RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Fendi RTW Fall 2017

Knee-high boots are always in style with Fendi. The show opened with feminine tailoring in men’s wear fabrics, and we mean jackets belted in gold over a fluid blue skirt.

Fendi RTW Fall 2017

Fendi RTW Fall 2017

Fendi RTW Fall 2017

Fendi RTW Fall 2017

Fendi RTW Fall 2017

Fendi RTW Fall 2017

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Moschino RTW Fall 2017

Moschino released cardboard ensembles and boots trimmed in packing tape on classic lady silhouettes like Gigi Hadid.

Moschino RTW Fall 2017

Moschino RTW Fall 2017

Moschino RTW Fall 2017

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Max Mara RTW Fall 2017

Cashmere and fuzzy knits are definitely in. Each Max Mara look was tonal and done in crimson, brown, grey, camel, gold and black.

Max Mara RTW Fall 2017

Max Mara RTW Fall 2017

Max Mara RTW Fall 2017

Max Mara RTW Fall 2017

Max Mara RTW Fall 2017

Max Mara RTW Fall 2017

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Francesco Scognamiglio RTW Fall 2017

Butterflies were inspiration behind Francesco Scognamiglio fall collection. Multicolour prints splashed on minidresses and silk blouses, but also velvet dresses and pencil skirts made a glorious comeback.

Francesco Scognamiglio RTW Fall 2017

Francesco Scognamiglio RTW Fall 2017

Francesco Scognamiglio RTW Fall 2017

Francesco Scognamiglio RTW Fall 2017

Francesco Scognamiglio RTW Fall 2017

Francesco Scognamiglio RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

Fausto Puglisi RTW Fall 2017

Fausto Puglisi showcased oversize bombers in quilted velvet embroidery. A rich and new look for the Fall season.

Fausto Puglisi RTW Fall 2017

Fausto Puglisi RTW Fall 2017

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Brunello Cucinelli RTW Fall 2017

Baggy corduroy pants, mohair cardigans and a metallic jacket conveyed a relaxed feel with Brunello Cucinelli’s fall collection. Casual Friday looks never looked better with denim boyfriend jeans, striped cotton shirts and a velvet blazer.

Brunello Cucinelli RTW Fall 2017

Brunello Cucinelli RTW Fall 2017

Brunello Cucinelli RTW Fall 2017

Brunello Cucinelli RTW Fall 2017

Brunello Cucinelli RTW Fall 2017

Brunello Cucinelli RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

No. 21 RTW Fall 2017

The fall collection, loaded with jackets and sweaters contained thick leather jeweled buttons. Also, black floral prints, even jacquard knits featured a retro beach scene embroidered with sequins that gave us an ‘old-school’ feel.

N.21 RTW Fall 2017

N.21 RTW Fall 2017

N.21 RTW Fall 2017

N.21 RTW Fall 2017

N.21 RTW Fall 2017

N.21 RTW Fall 2017

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Fay RTW Fall 2017

Fay premiered a collection filled with pleated sequin skirts and short jackets in plaid. The runway then grew cold with overcoats that featured large rounded shoulders.

Fay RTW Fall 2017

Fay RTW Fall 2017

Fay RTW Fall 2017

Fay RTW Fall 2017

Fay RTW Fall 2017

Images via WWD

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