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Milan Fashion Week formally began its succinct however action-packed week of runway programs, discussions and occasions on Wednesday, Feb. 22 for the fall winter season ’23 season.

All eyes are when again on Gucci as it holds its transitional program, after the November departure of previous innovative director Alessandro Michele, prior to inbound innovative director Sabato De Sarno makes his launching in September for the spring summertime ’24 collection.

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The week likewise sees more Y2K-influenced buzz from the similarity Diesel and GCDS, the ever-inventive devices of Moschino, another riff on kitten heels from Prada and more.

Diesel counts prophylactics and whale tails

Arguably MFW’s buzziest program of the post-pandemic period, Diesel continued its newly found prestige on Wednesday when designs strutted around a huge mountain of prophylactics (a nod to an approaching cooperation with the brand name Durex), using more of the Y2K-tinged jeans, low increases and shredded frocks that innovative director Glenn Martens has actually ended up being understood for because signing up with the brand name. This time around, the jeans was sans-waistbands and a couple of sets included transparent mesh panels and/or trompe-l’œil low-rise thong whale tales — the genuine indication that the 2000s are back.

Diesel fall winter ’23. - Credit: Filippo Fior

Diesel fall winter season ’23. – Credit: Filippo Fior

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Diesel fall winter ’23. - Credit: Filippo Fior

Diesel fall winter season ’23. – Credit: Filippo Fior

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Prada ups the ante on its successful kitten heels

The Prada kitten heel, with its minty or bubblegum colors (coupled with the ever-sought-after triangular logo design) has actually ended up being something of a status sign for those still using kitten heels (and for those who may wish to attempt them out for the very first time). For fall winter season ’23, the brand name presented another round, this time embellishing them with origami-like folds and flowers, all  made from soft leather and performed in white, black, pink and orange. The shoe likewise can be found in a flat design — the now-signature pointy toe remained the exact same. All were coupled with basic Saffiano leather trapezoid bags predestined to continue the brand name’s logo-mania supremacy.

Prada’s floral origami pointed toe kitten heels and flats on the runway at its fall winter ’23 women’s show during Milan Fashion Week. - Credit: WireImage

Prada’s flower origami pointed toe kitten heels and flats on the runway at its fall winter season ’23 ladies’s program throughout Milan Fashion Week. – Credit: WireImage

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Origami flats and trapeze bags at Prada women’s fall winter ’23 at Milan Fashion Week. - Credit: WireImage

Origami flats and trapeze bags at Prada ladies’s fall winter season ’23 at Milan Fashion Week. – Credit: WireImage

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Etro goes granny-chic with embroideries, shawls and more classic totems

Always skirting the edge of hippie-chic, Etro went a couple of years even more back for its fall winter season ’23 ladies’s runway colletion

Embroidered t-strap platforms and a matching dress at Etro fall winter ’23. - Credit: Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

Embroidered t-strap platforms and a matching gown at Etro fall winter season ’23. – Credit: Gamma-Rapho by means of Getty Images

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A suede striped bag and matching knitwear from Etro fall winter ’23. - Credit: Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images

A suede striped bag and matching knitwear from Etro fall winter season ’23. – Credit: Gamma-Rapho by means of Getty Images

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Max Mara remains real to the camel shade — boots consisted of

Everyone in style knowns that camel and Max Mara work together. So it was not a surprise to see the neutral tone control the brand name’s fall winter season ’23 runway program from head to toe — and even lips, as the accompanying charm looks revealed. In addition to remarkable teddy hoods, chunky knit headbands and thick black leather obi belts, boots were performed in a shiny caramel or espresso leather, which matched the brand name’s similarly glossy duffels.

Camel from head to toe at Max Mara fall winter ’23. - Credit: Getty Images

Camel from head to toe at Max Mara fall winter season ’23. – Credit: Getty Images

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