Milan Fashion Week ends celebrating leather, sheepskin and shearling. Next stop, Paris

Yesterday was the last day of the Milan Fashion Week. Among the highlights, there were Men’s and Women’s collections shown together as well as a new focus on luxury sportswear. The mountain was a big catwalks trend. From bomber jackets to shearling coats, there was a sporty feel paired with warm materials (wool, shearling, sheepskin) to shield from the cold. Shearling and fur were also widely used in combination of wool coats, as well as suede. Even mountain shoes, in a glamourised version, debuted in the fashion area. Etro matched a total-velvet look with hiking boots; Billionaire (the brand founded by Briatore, who recently saw Philipp Plein as a new majority shareholder as well as creative director) dressed its men in fur, like a luxury version of the abominable snowman. Among the new entries of Milan Menswear designer labels, there were Cédric Charlier, Federico Curradi, Malibu 1992 Palm Angels, Plein Sport and Wood Wood, who showcased at White. Across the Alps, from now until January, 22 there is Paris fashion week with 50 brands was they were in London and Milan. Excitement is around the fashion show co-ed of Paul Smith, who returns to show in Paris after a while, and Kenzo. Other big names that will show in the City of Lights are Valentino, Dior Homme, Balenciaga, Givenchy, Balmain, Loius Vuitton, Hermès.



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