On left Dolce & Gabbana bag

Milan proved to be a high contender in the string of fashion weeks this month, the style finds on the streets reflecting the calibre on the runways. Here are Couturing’s top street style trends:

Bright colours and geometric prints

From Caroline Issa’s Ohne Titel dress, Carlotta Oddi’s Au Jour Le Jour jacket, to Marine Deleeuw 3.1 Phillip Lim bag, one thing was for sure: you can’t go wrong with pop-tastic hues and psychedelic patterns. Coming in strong from New York and London, bright colours and geometric prints are proving to have a stronghold in the street style arena.


The gorgeous Hanne Gaby Odiele wore a Junya Watanabe coat in plaid and leather panels, taking 90s grunge glam to new heights

Wearable collage

Jessica Mycock’s Comme des Garçons coat turned heads with it’s multi-textile ensemblage


Black and white outfits remained a stapel with fashion icons like Amy Astley, Candela Novembre and Eva Chen embracing the trend in 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alberta Ferretti, Costume National, and Céline, while Chiharu Okunugi opted for the minimal accessory with an Alexander Wang backpack.


Anna Dello Russo glimmed in her Dolce & Gabbana embellished dress, proving the endless possibilities of the boho luxe look

Prism sunglasses

If there’s one item MFW has put on the radar, it’s the Prism sunglasses. Spotted on the likes of Shala Monroque and Chloe Kerman, this accessory for your peepers is set to be a hot choice this season

Rouge to fire-engine

The ever classic red took on new shades in Milan, with Anya Ziourova wearing a Gucci dress in deep rouge, while Zhanna Romashka sported the eye-patterned Kenzo jacket in a bright fire-engine hue

Images by Philip Oh for Vogue

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