Milan Fashion Week’s first shows offer a wide palette and unusual fashion trends.
Peter Pilotto, a brand known by their casual couture clothes and original bags, presented 45 looks in their new spring collection. There is a clear motif of the swinging 60’s and an influence of Vivien Westwood who taught one of the house’s designers, Christopher de Vos. The collection consists of mostly bright colours, asymmetry, and taidai patterns. Those who never miss fashion news should definitely check out the double bags on a belt or a single handle.
Similar motifs are present in Azzaro’s winter collection. Pierpaolo Piccioli conceived bright and colourful ethnic capes, jackets, and maxi skirts.