Milan Fashion Week’s Top Spring Trends

Fashion week is a time for fashion influencers and tastemakers to come together and witness beautiful designs, attend glamorous parties, and preview the next season’s trends. Milan fashion week inspired our inner-maximalist, proving there’s never too much of a good thing, with these eye-catching outfits. We’ve compiled five of our favourites so you’ll know what to expect when Spring (finally) arrives.

Sequin frocks were transformed into everyday staples this season. Accessorized with chic sunhats at Giorgio Armani, in vest form at Marni, and paired with sneaker boots at Giamba, these looks are going to bring shine and sparkle to spring, day and evening.


Ruffles and frills were the finishing touches on many of spring’s must-have pieces, taking on sculptural silhouettes at MSGM, while smaller ruffles made appearances at Tod’s and Roberto Cavalli.


Gucci image courtesy of RonanvGallagher

Floral embroidery added a delicate, feminine touch to Spring’s top looks. Billowy outfits at Blumarine and Etro resembled the most luxurious of vintage pyjamas, while Gucci updated the look with loosely tailored pieces.


Fresh pastels dominated the runways this season, with Jil Sander and Emporio Armani mixing pink hues and powder tones, while Emilio Pucci stuck to a simple, monochromatic palette.


The Milanese bohemian girl got a sophisticated makeover this season; surprisingly, the looks didn’t remind us of the beach. Costume National made the look intense in all-black, while Moschino and Dolce & Gabbana had fun with bright colours.

Gucci image courtesy of Ronan Gallagher.