5 Highlights from Milan Fashion Week

From JLo to Prada, this is everything you might have missed

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You’ve probably already seen Jennifer Lopez ruling the runway in her iconic Versace jungle dress. You might have also just found out that the OG dress is literally the reason that Google Image search was invented. Although the 2019 iteration hasn’t made way for new inventions (yet), the historic moment went viral. 

And that’s just one takeaway from Milan Fashion Week. From Prada to Bottega Veneta, there was a lot to see. In case you missed it, we rounded up all the best highlights for you. 

Gucci hosts their first carbon-neutral fashion show

After making a commitment to offsetting their carbon emissions, the Italian fashion house pulled off the season’s first environmentally-friendly show. 

Prada brings back 90s minimalism

With tailored jackets, body hugging collared shirts, and a collection chockful of midi-length skirts (all in black, white and grey), the 90s made an official come back at Prada.

Bottega was the hottest ticket in town

Seen months after his debut at Bottega Veneta, British designer Daniel Lee garnered everyone’s attention with his latest collection for the fashion house with trench coats and leather dominating the show.

ASAP Rocky and Lou Doillon use miswak at Gucci

The Age-old Middle Eastern natural toothbrush makes an appearance front row, throwing Twitter into a frenzy. 

Jeremy Scott bought Picasso to life

Kaia Gerber walked in Scott’s take on Picasso’s iconic guitar sculpture. Bella Hadid personified the Spanish artist’s 1918 painting Pierrot in a checkered unitard, whilst Cara Taylor strutted the runway as his famed nude paintings.

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