With street style around the globe consistently raising the fit bar, attendees at each biannual fashion week must come hard to stand out from the pack. Guests at Milan Fashion Week rose to the challenge, assembling outfits that showcase some of the industry’s heaviest-hitting brands, alongside some cult favorites.
Uncompromising temperatures averaged over 80°F during the week, but attendees were undeterred, layering up in Supreme sweaters, Burberry shirts and tailoring ranging from Thom Browne‘s contemporary cuts to classic Neopolitan styling. Others preferred the simplicity of the branded T-shirt, sourcing eye-catching goods from the likes of Eckhaus Latta, Off-White™, Loewe and Giorgio Armani. Indeed, luxury labels were well represented; guests suited up in Fendi while clutching Louis Vuitton bags and Moschino phone cases. Support for current-wave trends held true, as chunky sneakers — like Nike‘s M2K Tekno and Balenciaga‘s Triple S — were seen alongside Speed Trainers, waist bags and a sea of tiny sunglasses.