Hey guys! After New York, I went back to LA to unpack and quickly repack for Milan! I was so excited to go to Italy and be at the city, Milan that is the center for Fashion. I had so many amazing shows and presentations lined up. I was traveling with Matt, my brother and Erin my assistant—I broke down my trip day by day- giving you the inside scoop!I made a video of the highlights from my stories of the shows and presentations I attended.
I landed in Milan and that day we went straight to Moncler for a fitting for their show later that week. I loved the colors and patterns- take a look at my stories for the different outfits I tried on.
| Arthur Arbesser Dress | Coat | Wandler Bag |
I started my morning by visiting Pomellato’s store for their new jewelry collection-so pretty! I then made a stop by La DoubleJ. It was inside the Galleries-such a fun presentation with performers, flags and music. That afternoon I went to the Arthur Arbesser show- some of my favorite things were the tall boots.
That evening I went to some fun events. Maison Margiela had a all white installation that you walked through. Floor to ceiling the rooms were all covered in white. Then headed to the Yoox event which celebrated green fashion. I ended the evening with changing and heading to Moncler show. It was so cool you entered different rooms and models were staged inside that felt like an art installation.
Day three was another busy day and we were ready to take on the day – jetlagg was waking us up early. I started my day with an event with Stuart Wetizman that overlooked the duomo. The presentation had their new fall shoes-some of my favorites in my stories. That day I was dressed in a Genny look. I went to the show and some of the favorite looks combined leather and knitwear.
I headed then to see Aquazurra’s presentation for their new shoes for fall. I am always impressed by their designs and how ahead of the trends they are in shoes.
Later that afternoon I went to Pucci presentation. Their colors and prints were some of my favorite in Milan.
That evening I headed out to the Fabiana Filippi presentation. The styling of the models and looks were so effortless!
I had an early morning with the Tod’s show + breakfast with the team. I was dressed in their clothes for the show-which I loved the pretty blush color and neutrals.
I had a quick change and headed to the Blumarine show. I loved the leopard print and big statement coat with fur trim. Headed over to the Bulgari presentation-presentation-obsessed with their new handbags.
That afternoon I went to a re-see for Fendi. I was so mesmerized and moved by the designs. It was such a special show-Karl Lagerfield’s last collection before passing away. Everything was so well thought out-can’t wait for the pieces to come out this fall.
That afternoon I went to the MSGM show. Lots of amazing suiting and coats for women. We headed back to the hotel to get ready for the evening. The Sergio Rossi presentaiton- such a fun event with a room with floor to ceiling shoe boxes.
My day started with the Ferragamo show. This was one of my favorite shows I went to in Milan. I loved the dark green that was seen through the collection. Also, I noticed lot of heels with socks-socks-definitely a trend I am into! Some more of my favorite looks are in my stories including some amazing monochromatic looks.
Took a little coffee break and headed to the Gabriele Colagnelo show. One of my favorite things from the show was the oversized clutches. The venue was so beautiful as well. You can always count on Milan to have great venues for all their shows.
Next I headed to the Brognano show-some of the pieces were so fun! One of my favorites was a full blue tulle outfit. We headed straight afterwards to the Etro re-see which was so stunning up close. The patterns and materials are to die for. Started my morning with a Tod’s re-see, after seeing the runway show it was great to see the clothes close up.
Went to the Ermanno Scercino-which did not disappoint with their women’s suiting. There was even some cool skinny ties. The last show of the night was Missoni- which was so so stunning! The outfits had beautiful layering and pieces that could be worn so many different ways. That evening I went to the Bally presentation which had a really fun theme of being on a train. Each of the train cars had different handbags and models dressed in the clothes.
We were pretty tired by the end of the week in Milan-but were super excited to head to Paris next. Would love to hear what you guys think of Fashion week, which shows are you favorite?