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Milan Fashion Week SS20 Moodboard

The inspirations directly from the catwalks

Milan Fashion Week SS20 Moodboard The inspirations directly from the catwalks

Can a dress change the world? Maybe not, but it can be the mirror of it, reflect society, art and the history of the moment in which it was created or, even, project our gaze back into the past, forward into the future. If there is one dress that has left a mark on the new millennium, it is the Jungle Dress, designed by Versace in 1999 and worn by Jennifer Lopez at the Grammy Awards in 2000. A few veils of emerald green silk chiffon were enough to break the Internet and to contribute to the birth of Google Images. Today, as then, JLo wore it in a new version for Donatella Versace, giving us the best moment of the MFW SS20

Many have tried to tell their time with fabrics, cuts, and stitching. Also this week in Milan. Giorgio Armani and Marni joined Greta Thunberg for a more environmentally friendly world. Francesco Risso went further, taking his inspiration from a fantasy anthropic drug, Tachitropyrin, capable, according to the notes of the show, “of treating a variety of disorders, including Fauvism and tropical hypersensitivity, an illness that could leave its victims dizzy and trap them into a deliriously colorful state”.  Jeremy Scott for Moschino explored the art of Picasso and Philosophy the style of Caroline and Stephanie of Monaco in the 80s. Arthur Arbesser and Vivetta recalled their grandmothers and their family, while N°21 showed the specter of Saint Laurent and his Scandal collection. It's hard to say if these collections hide the item that will make history. If there are no new icons, it is better to count on JLo.


Prada - Karl Blossfeldt Art Forms in Plants


Prada - Varvara Stepanova + El Lissitzky


Marni - Matisse Open Window


Moschino - Picasso


MSGM - Todd Bienvenu


Sportmax - Daniel Wurtzel


Jil Sander – Linda Tegg


N°21 - Scandal by Yves Saint Laurent


Moschino - Dior Haute Couture Fall 2007


Gucci - Balenciaga FW16


Prada - Greta Garbo


Philosophy by Lorenzo Serafini - Princesses Caroline and Stephanie of Monaco in the 80s


Fendi - Carry on Camping


Arthur Arbesser – Transylvanian majolica