Six days. Approximately 60 runway shows. Milan Fashion Week has begun — and you’ll want to buckle up, my fellow style lovers, because you’re in for an incredibly exciting ride. Home to powerhouses like Prada and Versace, the epicenter of Italian fashion oozes glamour like no other — and that’s only amplified during the end of February when industry insiders from around the globe gather to witness the magic. As for this time around, the style set paraded outside the venues in captivating colors (mint was especially popular) and next-level accessorizing (three bags is the new number). Yes, the street style at Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2023 is a testament to the city’s impeccable, eclectic style.
The week started on a strong sartorial note, thanks to Fendi’s talked-about show. (Fun fact: The collection was inspired by Delfina Delettrez Fendi, the brand’s creative director of jewelry and a fourth-generation member of the Fendi family.) Many fashion girls, including Erika Boldrin and Caroline Daur, arrived wearing the luxury label’s platform Patent Leather Boots from its Spring/Summer 2023 collection — meaning, they’re bound to be spring’s It shoe. Then there was Diesel, who also drummed up plenty of buzz, with attendees hitting the show in the label’s statement-making styles. Over the next few days, heavy hitters like Prada, Gucci, and Bottega Veneta are on the docket, and you know the style set will show up decked out in the label’s latest styles.
Below, find the best street style from MFW, captured by Darrel Hunter. Keep checking back every day, as TZR will update the gallery along the way.
An unexpected way to wear a coat? Keep your arms inside the topper.
Forget hats — a silk scarf is the season’s chicest hair accessory.
Check out this showgoer’s eye-catching matching set.
This attendee honed in on sleek neutral hues.
Fashion girls can’t get enough of sporty jackets, and it’s easy to see why.
Up your frame game with a dramatic square-shaped pair.
This neon-hued coat is an instant conversation-starter.
Name cooler-looking rings — we’ll wait.
Who What Wear’s Editorial Director Lauren Eggertsen went for a denim-on-denim outfit.
Vogue Global Contributing Fashion Editor-at-Large Gabriella Karefa-Johnson worked various bold prints into her look.
The Webster’s Women’s Buying & Fashion Director Astrid Boutrot wore pocket-hem cargo jeans from Natasha Zinko.
Heart-shaped jewelry is having a moment on the streets of Milan.
Here, stylist Shiona Turini and BDG’s Fashion Market Editor Stephanie Sanchez leaned into primary colors.
Influencer Erika Boldrin added some shine to her look via a gleaming gold bracelet.
The secret to wearing your micro mini in the winter? Team the bottom with cozy leg warmers.
A blend of vibrant plaid and etherial floral, this look is a lesson in print mixing.
Rich orange and fiery red is one head-turning combo.
This attendee doubled down on gilded gold accessories.
What’s even better than attending fashion week with friends? Coordinating your outfits together beforehand.
Mytheresa’s Fashion Buying Director Tiffany Hsu wore a striking green Gucci suit to the brand’s show.
This is your sign to add a patchwork leather jacket to your spring shopping list.
Influencer Vanessa Hong spiced up a sporty Adidas dress with Gucci’s Jackie 1961 bag.
Thought you couldn’t pull off a tie? Think again. This attendee proves anyone can wear the accessory.
We’re calling it now: Pant skirt-hybrids are about to be everywhere.
Founder of The Garment Sophia Roe opted for a sleek neutral look.
This attendee went with attention-grabbing Prada pieces.
Influencer Ellie Delphine leaned into pastels with a sweet unicorn T-shirt and fluffy pink coat.
Comfy and chic, a knit dress is always an excellent choice.
Influencer Anaa Saber arrived at Prada dressed in the label.
Our takeaway from this photo? The more Prada pins you can wear, the better.
Stylist Shiona Turini masterfully mixed an elevated suit and playful sunnies.
This polished suit is mint to be seen. (See what I did there?)
This attendee carried Diesel’s high-shine metallic bag to the brand’s show. (Also, we’ll take whatever hairspray she’s using.)
Need a lightweight spring jacket? Consider this cult-favorite vinyl iteration from Courrèges.
BDG’s Senior Vice President of Fashion Tiffany Reid wore a vibrant turquoise look and citrus-y Fendi bag.
Bright red is, unsurprisingly, everywhere in Milan.
The bag! The gloves! The rings! This accessorizing is top notch.
These Fendi earrings are the perfect amount of glitz.
This attendee played with various shades of green. Any guesses as to what she’s housing in all those tiny bags?
Whether your hair isn’t cooperating or your outfit needs a bit of oomph, turn to a silk scarf.
Jeans? Or boots? Regardless, they’re too cool.
The Cut’s Fashion Director Jessica Willis opted for an edgy Diesel look.
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