Blumarine paid tribute to the debaucherous ’80s, Gucci continued the thigh-high boot trend and Brioni showed its grown-up glamour on Day 3 of Milan Fashion Week.
With Andy Warhol’s portraits of Anna Molinari serving as a backdrop, the designer showed micro-minidresses and long flowing gowns in prints that popped. Her sexed-up collection, complete with neon colours and graffiti style graphics, seemed an ode to the debaucherous ’80s. —Kenya Hunt
The brand gave a somewhat retro interpretation of fall’s glamour trend with tailored dresses and suits that looked straight out of an Alfred Hitchcock film. Other moments had more of a ’70s disco feeling to it, such as a crystal-studded hoodie and a rhinestone-embellished bodysuit. —Kenya Hunt
Gucci‘s up-to-there thigh-high boots
Brioni‘s grown-up take on glamour