My dear Milan
Nataly Osmann

Since childhood, I have often heard about the global fashion capitals, immortalised in books and captured by the screaming headlines of the best magazines. Movies dedicated to these cities are a true declaration of love. I visited one of them this fall. Of course, I was in Milan before, but I was able to visit the city for the first time within the world of the Fashion Week! I don’t want to sound arrogant, but it is in this week that the city lives in the present. As expected, I was changing my outfits a dozen times a day, accessories were changed almost every hour, and the rest of the time I posed for the street-style photographers

One of my favourite places in Milan is the area in front of the majestic cathedral, the Duomo. Here we once shot a #FollowMeTo frame. We were looking for the most successful angle, and suddenly we came up with a brilliant idea - to climb the stone lions "guarding" the architectural masterpiece. In three minutes, we were on top. And then at the end of the square there was a howl of police sirens, and we saw a hoard of guards running our way. However, Murad didn’t pay any attention to that, continued to shoot, and only after getting that perfect frame was he ready to get off. As a result, we had to pretend that we do not speak any language except Russian, and the good Italian police, not knowing what to do with such stupid tourists, released us. This was my first meeting with Milan.

In this city, every street is filled with trendsetters from around the world, and they are all together waiting for the beginning of the show, or "gently" posing for street-style photographers. When we flew to Milan, our plane was overloaded with glossy journalists, editors and operators who were looking forward to this crazy week.

For seven crazy days we spent in Milan, I was able to fully feel its rhythm and furious energy. Getting up at five am, epic battles with wardrobe, 15-minute breaks between shows and presentations, business meetings, shooting, interviews and charitable dining - all this is Fashion Week. No wonder people start preparing for next year as soon as it’s over!

Of course, I brought three suitcases filled with designer masterpieces and now I want to talk about what kind of looks became my favourite during the Milan Fashion Week.

1. Show №21

Dress and jacket N°21, sunglasses Armani, bag Charlotte Olympia

2. Show Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Total look Ulyana Sergeenko, bag Bvlgari

3. Show Fendi

Dress Ulyana Sergeenko, boots Stuart Weitzman, bag Christian Louboutin

4. Show Versace

Dress and bag Lanvin, shoes Stuart Weitzman

5. Dinner Bvlgari

Dress Yana Raskovalova

6. Show Max Mara

Jumpsuit Max Mara, coat Celine, sunglasses Dolce & Gabbana, bag Chloe

7. Show Antonio Marras

Total look Antonio Marras

8. Presentation of Alberta Ferretti

Dress Alberta Ferretti, shoes Aquazurra, bag Lanvin, headscarf Gucci

9. Presentation of the new collection Tak Ori

Dress Tak.Ori, shoes Aquazzura, bag Chloe

10. To walk through the historic streets

Dress Antonio Marras

11. Display of Prada

Dress Alena Akhmadullina, bag Marni, boots Stuart Weitzman

12. Presentation of Bvlgari

Suit Alexander Terekhov, shoes Gucci, bag Bvlgari

Where are we right now?


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