The city of Milan is transformed from Italy’s center of commerce to a global fashion hot spot during Milan Fashion Week, drawing in the biggest names in the industry. Stars from far and wide booked flights to the style capital to show off their take on current trends.
Running from Sep. 17 to Sep. 23, Milan Fashion Week spring ’20 featured shows and presentations from powerhouse brands like Moschino, Fendi, Versace and more, with Kaia Gerber, the Hadid sisters and even Jennifer Lopez gracing the runways.
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Victoria’s Secret Angels Doutzen Kroes and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley traded the catwalk for the front row in order to watch J-Lo walk the Versace runway in a near duplicate of her iconic deep-V green dress. For the event, Kroes went with a glittery yellow minidress for the show, pairing it with one of the biggest current trends: metallic thin-strap sandals.
Huntington-Whiteley chose a darker vibe with smokey eye makeup and an exposed bra under a glittering all-black suit.
On the other side of town, the guest list was overflowing for the Prada show. From Nicole Kidman’s abstract-printed dress to A$AP Rocky’s tailored look and “Stranger Things” actress Sadie Sink’s platform sandals, the front row was filled with big names.
British writer, model and designer Alexa Chung also attended the event staying on trend in shoes that combined summer’s square-toe obsession with fall’s impending black booties.
For Hugo Boss attendees, colorful touches and sharp blazers were all the rage. Model Barbara Palvin and actor Dylan Sprouse showed off their couple style in coordinating suit looks and matching white shoes — hers sneakers and his dress shoes.
FN cover star Olivia Palermo kept it chic in a mustard sweater and brown leather skirt combination. She added pops of color with her floral headband and with her green pointed-toe leather heels.
Click through the gallery to see who else sat front row at MFW spring ’20.
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