Rome, Feb 28 (EFE) .- Emilio Pucci, Shuting Qiu and Fila were some of the outstanding collections on today’s day of Milan Fashion Week, which will conclude tomorrow after an edition marked by covid-19, which it has forced parades without an audience and to resort to digital media.
Emilio Pucci has presented a collection marked by colors and shapes: golden yellows, whites and raw, along with oranges in patterns reminiscent of Versace, to be worn with hooded jumpsuits close to the body, under wide open coats, skirts and transparent dresses.
The designer uses materials such as nylon or natural fibers to mix them into bomber jackets, shorts or tunics, decorated with fringes and crystals.
In its fashion show, Shutin Qiu showed an image of women somewhat baroque but modern at the same time, with the mixture as a sign of identity of the collection: a permanent combination of fabrics (satins and tulles), colors (blue and gray) and motifs. , in wide dresses and checked suits, decorated with flowers and feathers to match with medium-heeled shoes, also decorated, with the superposition of shapes and fabrics.
On the contrary, Fila showed another universe, futuristic and casual, but without renouncing elegance: elastic jumpsuits in a shimmering fuchsia for men and women, with models that marched with gas masks, in contrast to other garments more in line with their identity, with checked skirts and vests, blue and white, along with the usual sports pants and tracksuit that are identified with the brand.
The Milanese catwalk will close this Monday, with the presentations of Dolce & Gabbana and Valentino, one of the few designers who has opted for a live presentation over the digital one, which is the one that has dominated the Milanese catwalks.