MM6 Maison Margiela is one of the first fashion houses to welcome us to the sixth day of Milan Fashion Week. Starting from a question in which the Maison team ask themselves how the pieces are transformed when their iconic parts are reinvented, partially or completely, the contemporary line of Maison Margiela bets on a new era for the brand. The start of a new stage for which they immerse themselves in a petit comité show, in which the models walk to the rhythm of a piano while the audience jellies, applauds, and ovations their creations, attributable to an existential reflection as a result of the pandemic.
Dan and Dean Caten, the designer duo at the helm of DSQUARED2, are looking forward to partying. And that this nightmare comes to an end, and we can all celebrate together. Their new digital fashion show proves it, and the collection, in which menswear and womenswear coexist, is extremely complete. From proposals designed for cold temperatures, mountains and nature, or adverse weather conditions, to looks with which to enjoy the cosmopolitan night in a totally carefree way. A celebration of life in itself that includes a collaboration with shoe designer Patrick Cox, in which heeled sandals are paired with colorful socks. Free fashion for the future to come.
From Drome, the brand led by Marianna Rosati, who on this occasion investigates the cinematographic universe in search of inspiration presenting an effective, functional proposal that will end up being a sales success in all probability, to Fila and the celebration of its 110th anniversary, in the form of a sports uniform that takes us back to the universe of cycling, with jumpsuits (it seems that it will be one of the star garments next season, in its different versions) and a proposal that extends, without neglecting its connection with street style, youth and comfort, even incorporating a skirt. Is this the uniform of the future? It could be.
Emilio Pucci visualizes a sunny winter to exalt the audacity of the Maison, creating a careful selection of garments that can be combined in infinite ways according to the personality and needs of each individual. Quilted fabrics contrast with the sinuosity and fluidity of the garments that come into contact with the skin, and the prints take on special prominence along with the variety of colors. Having unveiled the campaign of their Spring/Summer 2021 collection a few days ago, in which the intense green chroma (in addition to their proposal, of course) went viral on social media, SUNNEI now unveils its main Fall/Winter 2021 collection. Five minutes of short film in which the brand explores the connection with virtual mechanisms, digitization, and retrofuturism, reflecting on the identities that belong exclusively to the online universe.
Elisabetta Franchi breaks with the usual dynamic that we have seen in recent weeks, in which designers present videos and fashion films adapted to the digital ecosystem. The designer moves her show to the Italian television channel Real-Time, unveiling her new collection to the public live, in a format with which she intends to get closer to her audience by showing her own personality. Equestrian inspiration is present in the entire proposal, in one of the few collections that exceed 50 looks. A very elegant one in which the creator explores sophistication from an energetic and active approach, combining historicism with a futuristic vision. And Philipp Plein, in charge of putting the finishing touch to the day, collaborates with Antoni Tudisco in his new collection, The New Baroque Vol. 2. And if we were talking about extensive collections before, this far exceeds all those presented in recent days, composed of about 100 looks, betting on “more is more”, saturated prints, and endless visual stimuli.