Ciao Milano: The Final Round-Up Of Fall/Winter ’19 Runway Shows

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Dolce & Gabbana Milan Fashion Week Runway
Dolce & Gabbana Fall/Winter ’19 Backstage at Milan Fashion Week

Before bidding adieu to Milan Fashion Week, there were a few collections that caught our eye at MOJEH HQ…

To say Milan Fashion Week was a success would be an understatement. Although the fashion industry were left in sorrow following Karl Lagerfeld’s passing, the curtains remained open for coveted brands to showcase their Fall/Winter ’19 collections.

Dolce & Gabbana

Dolce & Gabbana have officially traded in their millennial thinking for elegant tailoring for Fall/Winter ’19.

Previously known to deliver a collection inspired by Italy (whether it was about the cuisine or the country’s touristic landmarks), this season, the duo solely focused on the fashion.

A total of 127 looks marched down the runway, each boasting a significant element in the brand’s 36-year history. For instance, key themes included leopard, flowers, sequins, brocade and tailoring.

Titled DG Eleganza, the collection was narrated by Derek Allen as he described each look sent down the crimson velvet runway. There was a study of proportions that blended beauty and elegance, as well as a clear nod to the ’50s.


Offering the fash pack an escape from reality, Jeremy Scott transported the audience to Moschino‘s very own game show during Milan Fashion Week.

Scott injected his quirky aesthetic and over-empowering prints into a ‘The Price Is Right’ set filled with prize galore. As a result, it left the crowd in awe with his take on autumnal dressing.

In addition to the Dolly Parton-inspired hair, the statement handbags, the model line-up and the abundance of sparkles, prints and colour, this Fall/Winter ’19 collection show is one not to be missed.

Giorgio Armani

A ‘Rhapsody of Blue’ unfolded on Giorgio Armani’s runway as he staged his first coed show at the Silos museum.

Known for perfecting silhouettes for the feminine form, the legendary designer elongated the womenswear pieces this season. In addition to that, he brilliantly minimised the strong details he’s known for. Instead, the designer opted for softer swifts of motion, and sophistication and ease echoed throughout the collection.

However, when it came time for the final bow, the designer’s gestures were surprisingly more grand. Perhaps as a nod to the recently departed Karl Lagerfeld, the designer walked the whole runway for his finale bow.

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