Top Rated Milan Fashion Week 2023 Moments
Milan Fashion Week 2023 marked the beginning of a brand new era in the world of fashion, so in honour of the new year and its promise of a plethora of fresh styles, let’s take a look back at some of the highlights from the week.
Milan Fashion Week 2023 promises to usher in a plethora of fresh styles for our wardrobes and usher in a new era in the history of fashion. The fashion elite appears to be presenting a novel take on menswear and Italian style, while also previewing some forthcoming trends. Having said that, Milan Fashion Week 2023 was the first one to open its doors to fashion this year, and its five-day celebration was a treat for the eyes not only because of the chic styles and alluring lineup but also because it was the first fashion event of the year. Critics’ picks of the best and brightest moments from fashion weeks would be useless without them, right? Let’s get on the horse and make a list of the things that stood out to us at the Milan Men’s Fashion Week show for fall/winter 2023.
Gucci’s first comeback after Alessandro Michelle’s departure is one of the highlights of Milan Fashion Week Men’s Fall/Winter 2023.
If Gucci’s impeccable taste sets the tone for day one, we can rest assured that the entire showcase will keep us riveted to the runway. As this was Gucci’s first show since Alessandro Michelle’s departure, expectations were sky high. However, the Italian fashion house consistently exceeds those expectations. The Maison in-house design team debuted a new chapter with this collection, which featured oversized ensembles, voluminous bags, and a muted colour palette.
The cummerbund by Dolce & Gabbana
The collection by Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce was appropriately minimal in tone. Highlights included men wearing cummerbunds inspired by corsetry, heralding the arrival of nontraditional pieces in men’s wardrobes.
Hunky dudes in miniskirts
As an example of novel touches, several male models at Milan Fashion Week 2023 sported long slit skirts, bucking gender norms. From Gucci’s Scottish wool skirts and Etro’s Tartans to Dsquared2 and Dolce & Gabbana, all of these brands marked an exciting episode of gender fluidity this season.