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Milan Fashion Week Day 7

Milan fashion week finished strong. Every show exceeded expectations and had the audience sitting on the edge of their seats, waiting to see what the designers would present next. Day 7 designers added flair to their looks with fur, fringe, and color.

Cristiano Burani


The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, Milan Fashion Week, Cristiano Burani
The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, Milan Fashion Week, Cristiano Burani

Burani’s show featured looks with fringe and flair in a color palette of black, crème with pops of purple, orange, green and red. By mixing patterns and introducing materials such as fur, sequins and even plastic, this show was the perfect balance between edgy and sophisticated.

Luciano Soprani


The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, Milan Fashion Week, Luciano Sporani
The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, Milan Fashion Week, Luciano Sporani

The Luciano Soprani show featured looks that are perfect for any girl on the go. The paisley and plaid complemented the classic shapes with a nod to the ’20s era. Hats complimented the looks, creating an easy street style vibe.

Sergei Grinko


The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, Milan Fashion Week, Sergei Grinko
The Chic Daily, Fashion Journalist Club, Milan Fashion Week, Sergei Grinko

Sergei Grinko amazed the audience with his vibrant patterns that seemed to transport you to a land of fantasy and imagination. His looks fit close to the body with one piece that added drama and movement, whether it was a full skirt on a dress or an oversized fur coat.

Lindsay Viker

Photo Credits: Fashionising // Italian Vogue

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