The Best Looks from Milan Fashion Week Spring 2017

From legends like Naomi Campbell and Lauren Hutton strutting down the runway to the most romantic, bohemian dresses–here are the highlights from the Milan Fashion Week Spring 2017 collections.


How can something with so many ostrich feathers on it not bring a smile to your face? This embroidered and embellished pastel custard pajama with mandarin collar is fanciful and fun – Mrs. Prada’s antidote for all of the worrying things happening in the world around us.


Donatella Versace’s sporty Spring 2017 collection celebrated the strength of women. The highlight was watching legendary supermodel Naomi Campbell saunter down the runway in an Americana-colored track-inspired look.


For Spring 2017, Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott turned his army of supermodels–Gigi and Bella Hadid, Irina Shayk, and Anna Clevelend–into paper dolls, complete with white tabs.


Those who follow Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele on Instagram know he is a fan of all things Renaissance, and that reference made its way into the brand’s ’70s disco-inspired Spring 2017 collection.

Bottega Veneta

The legendary Lauren Hutton closed Bottega Veneta’s 50th anniversary show wearing a classic trench. Enough said.


At Fendi, sporty stripes and feminine brocades were styled together to create a modern take on ladylike dressing.

Max Mara

Wearing a fanciful fauna printed maillot topped with an trench in the same print, one had to wonder, where are the models off to? Surely not the pool, as this bold, sporty look from the Max Mara Spring 2017 collection is begging to be seen on the streets, as well.

Alberta Ferretti

The flowing, romantic pieces in Alberta Ferretti’s Spring 2017 collection came in rich jewel tones, like red and purple.


Since creative director Massimiliano Giornetti stepped down in March, Fulvio Rigoni designed the brand’s Spring 2017 collection, which included pretty floral dresses with gathered and puffed sleeves.

Giorgio Armani

Armani always offers his audience a few great runway pieces that belong on the red carpet – the embroidered number, from the brand’s Spring 2017 collection, is no exception.

Emilio Pucci

For Spring 2017, Pucci’s creative director Massimo Georgette took the brand’s iconic prints and blew them to outsized proportions. The end result was both playful and sophisticated.

Francesco Scognamiglio

Men’s wear-inspired shirts have been a street style favorite this season. Layering a lacy slip or tap short under a masculine shirt, like Francesco Scognamiglio did in his Spring 2017 collection, is a fresh way to style the look.

No. 21

Alessandro Dell’Acqua’s feminine collection of pretty floral lace dresses for No. 21 had a slight edge this season, thanks to some metallic pleats and sporty white fishnets.

Roberto Cavalli

Roberto Cavalli creative director Peter Dundas drew inspiration from Navajo blanket patterns for the brand’s Spring 2017 collection.

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Philosophy designer Lorenzo Serafini always offers covetable, feminine clothing, and this season’s floral blouses and frayed hem denim offerings – including a denim waist cincher! – are sure to please the house’s loyal fan base, as well as other women looking for cool, feminine pieces for their closet.


With her wild blond ringlets, model-of-the-moment Frederikke Sofie encapsulates the carefree bohemian vibe of Etro’s Spring 2017 collection.


Giambattista Valli’s playful, younger line featured a number of babydoll dresses that had an Alice in Wonderland-meets-California vibe.