Three of the most sought-after international brands in fashion headlined their exclusive shows at Milan Fashion Week. Roberto Cavalli, Bottega Veneta, and Salvatore Ferragamo unveiled their latest collection which showcased their impeccable dressing styles.

Roberto Cavalli, an Italian luxury fashion designer, held its show at Parco Sempione, which was an open-air runway. The brand also introduced a new creative director named Paul Surridge, Vogue reported.

The first fashion piece at Roberto Cavalli’s show was a plain navy blue dress that featured cuts over the shoulders.

A full piece with trousers, this dress revealed some skin for a more luxuriously stylish look.

The following outfits were statement pieces with loud patterns, color palettes, and sophisticated prints. There were outfits that had zebra prints, high-waist pants, and coats in various designs.

Some of the most remarkable dresses shown included biker jackets, long gowns and evening dresses with daring necklines and scooped-out cuts from behind. There were dresses made with leather and alligator skin as well.

Salvatore Ferragamo

Luxury ready-to-wear fashion brand Salvatore Ferragamo chose to hold its show outdoors at the Piazza Affari in Milan, Harper’s Bazaar reported. The brand picked womenswear design director Fulvio Rigoni to represent the company with his latest collection.

The runway stage was made with plexiglass to establish to greenhouse-inspired effect with the fresh lawn of grass and flowers that stood as props during the show.

The Ferragamo event was held in front of the Milan Stock Exchange building.

Rigoni generally showcased simplicity with the straight dresses seen throughout the show. There were halter dresses, off-shoulder pieces, silks, suede clothing, coats and boots that championed the trademark of the brand.

Furthermore, color palettes included red, plum, emerald green and pink – floral colors that followed its nature-inspired theme. Salvatore Ferragamo also provides shoes and ready-to-wear outfits for men.

Bottega Veneta

Meanwhile, Bottega Veneta almost had the same color palette as Ferragamo but it chose to combine tradition and modernity. This year’s featured designer for the brand was Tomas Maier, Veneta’s creative director.

Fashion icon Lauren Hutton appreciated the collection for its semi-vintage and semi-modern look. Among the colors seen on the outfits were rose, lilac, denim, and moss.

Celebrities Gigi Hadid, Bella Hadid and Kaia Gerber joined the models on the runway show of this fashion brand. They wore denim dresses, white apparel, and green-colored bodysuits during the event. The last shows at Milan Fashion Week are happening on the night of September 25.

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