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The 5 worst items of Milan Fashion Week SS19

In the ranking there is a fully colored Giorgio Armani and a thong already seen

 The 5 worst items of Milan Fashion Week SS19 In the ranking there is a fully colored Giorgio Armani and a thong already seen

Milan has had the honor of hosting some of the most renowned locations of the metropolis's brands such as Versace, Prada, Moncler, fashion giants that have allowed the city to be under the gaze of everyone and protagonist of a super hot fashion week. But despite the acclaimed creations by Prada and Versace, some iconic designers managed to stumble this season: Giorgio Armani, Stefano Dolce and Domenico Gabbana, to Jil Sander made some minor mistakes in this season. Here are the garments and fashion shows that have made us more perplexed this week.


#Dolce & Gabbana


Celebration of the family and of pure Italianity in all its facets. Roses in the hair, children on the catwalk, looks like a perfect picture of Dolce & Gabbana until among the elegant heels and another footwear appears the "grassy" slippers.


#Jil Sander 

Staying on the slippers theme, Jil Sander decided to create a chunky but soft version of the classic flip-flops. They definitely reminded us of the super slippers that were fashionable in the 90s, must-have of the teenagers of the TV series, characterized by 100% plastic and extra platform.


#Philipp Plein

The super sexy model who is very good to talk about herself captured everyone's attention when, turning on the catwalk, she sported a thong with a PP signed medal behind it. Did it remind you of something? Diet Prada, yes.


#Giorgio Armani


"To be or not to be Giorgio Armani? That is the question"

The Italian designer during the last MFW wanted to present his new concept of sportswear without renouncing the traditional classicism and sophistication of the brand. Such attempts can be great sometimes ... but many others do not. On the catwalk a Giorgio Armani not always recognizable was shown: from the similar sweatshirts with laces and springs to the long dresses with strong nuances.




The women of JS appear on the catwalk like work items that, as if by magic, come to life, start moving like in cartoons or in Broadway musicals. And so they enter on stage scissors, yellow measuring tape, and door pins, symbols of the creative process of the American designer. The result? Dresses that are not easily wearable in everyday life (unless you are Lady Gaga or Nicki Minaj) but above all items that hide a woman, being a woman.