Due to EU data protection laws, we (Oath), our vendors and our partners need your consent to set cookies on your device and collect data about how you use Oath products and services. Oath uses the data to better understand your interests, provide relevant experiences, and personalised advertisements on Oath products (and in some cases, partner products). Learn more about our data uses and your choices here.
Milan Fashion Week had many memorable moments. From Donatella Versace’s ode to her brother, Gianni, in an epic supermodel salute, to Alessandro Michele’s convoluted yet hypnotizing world of Gucci, the fashion collections at Milan were at times beautiful, strange, and incredibly exciting.
And most surprisingly, the hottest trends were wearable, starting with leather — in the form of jumpsuits, skirts, dresses, trousers, and accessories, all spotted throughout MFW, from Fendi to Gucci.
Pop graphics, like those popularized by Andy Warhol and used by Gianni Versace in 1993, were reimagined in Donatella’s tribute collection to her late brother. Miuccia Prada’s show embraced womanhood and featured comic-book illustrations that were screen-printed onto her clothes, displayed within a venue surrounded by the work of established female comic-book artists.
But one trend that you can actually try today is pajamas as ready-to-wear. PJ sets in bright, colorful prints were on various runways, from Emilio Pucci to Etro and Blumarine. In fact, a few fashion editors forecasted the trend by stepping out to shows in their own pajama sets.
Click ahead to see five of the biggest trends to come out of Milan Fashion Week.