Milan has just disclosed its first s/s 2023 novelties, putting strong hype on innovation, new materials and special effects, as antidotes to present time hard times.

Diesel pushed strongly on cool surface effects and reinvented silhouettes. Moschino added funky, inflated elements to each piece of its collection. Prada played with unfinished and uneven hems together with apparently rough elements. Marras looked for theatrical effect prints, while Sportmax experimented on new sci-fi optics and fringed hems.
Prada
Photo: Prada
Prada
Emporio Armani started a journey toward new unexpected destinations of style and Blue Of A Kind pushed its upcycling and experimentation paths ahead. Alessandro Vigilante played with stretch and bright hues, just to name a few ones.
Emporio Armani
Photo: Emporio Armani
Emporio Armani
We publish a selection of some of the strongest ideas and most innovative developments seen on the first days of Milan catwalk shows.





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