Milan Fashion Week Runway Spring 2019
From Dolce & Gabbana to Prada to Max Mara, catch up on all of the details from Milan Fashion Week’s Spring 2019 collections. With Gucci and Bottega Veneta off the schedule, there were two giant holes in the Milan schedule. Nicholas Ghesquière is in a groove at Louis Vuitton, and his collection was not as much about going in one direction, but more about a futuristic approach to how his woman (aka the new and improved LV girl) should dress. With sportif dwindling and new takes on office attire taking center stage at the collections, Miuccia Prada is taking advantage of the ball being in her court. If you’re planning the most-luxe summer trip, head to Chanel and stock up on biker shorts, summer suiting, loads of accessories, and cocktail options you can wear from the beach club to the boardwalk!
Starting with—what else?—Shalom Harlow at Versace. Harlow has proven to be one of the most elusive of the ’90s waifs, rarely, if ever, making runway appearances. Of course it was Donatella Versace who landed her. Donatella is a big proponent of a multigenerational cast (recall the Versace show last September when Cindy Crawford and daughter Kaia Gerber both walked), and then there’s the fact that Harlow was a Versace regular back in her day. She looked glorious in her wrapped and draped long floral-print dress.