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Milan Fashion Week FW19 Moodboard

The inspirations directly from the catwalks

Milan Fashion Week FW19 Moodboard  The inspirations directly from the catwalks

60 fashion shows, over 80 presentations and many events. This Milan Fashion Week dedicated to the FW19 flew away like a breath of cold wind: fast and sharp. The opening was inevitably marked by the death of Karl Lagerfeld, a shadow that echoed above all by Fendi where the last collection designed by the great Kaiser Karl was staged. Despite this "the show must go on" and each brand has presented its creations and its aesthetic vision. Prada has continued to explore the intertwining of romance and fear already started with the menswear proposal; Versace has kept the gaze turned to the past, to the genius of Gianni and to the advertising campaigns taken by Avedon in the 90s; Gucci has explored the concept of duality and mask, among dozens of citations and inspirations, from ancient history to cinema; Marni has unveiled a very cultivated and unexpected erotic side; Bottega Veneta tried to collect Phoebe Philo's legacy with echoes reminiscent of Paco Rabanne's fashion. Many worlds, all different, all interesting that seem destined for a strong, independent woman, aware of her charm and her strength.

Art & Design


Max Mara Atelier - Mimmo Paladino

Salvatore Ferragamo - Annie Albers

Roberto Cavalli - Tamara de Lempicka La Liseuse III

MSGM – Flash Art magazine

Prada - Jeanne Detallante’s illustration

Vivetta - Joseph Holdcroft’s ceramics

Gucci - Virgen del mayor dolor by Francisco Romero Zafra

Gucci - Kris Knight

An homage to

Stella Jean - Toussaint Louverture

Moschino - Cap’n Crunch

Prada - Wednesday Addams

Versace - Donatella Versace by Richard Avedon for Blonde adv, 1995

Versace - Versace FW92

Versace - Kate Moss by Richard Avedon for Versace FW96

Bottega Veneta - Paco Rabanne

Moncler Genius - YSL 1965 wedding dress

Moncler Genius - Charles James gowns by Cecil Beaton, 1948

Vivetta – Jean Charles de Castelbajac  Teddy bear coat, 1989

Gucci - Mick Jagger 1971

Gucci - Nick Cave

Gucci -  Rudi Gernreich


Gucci - Borgognotta del grifone, 1540-1545 ca.

No. 21 - Dressed to Kill 

Marco de Vincenzo - Audrey Hepburn in How to steal a million