Milan Fashion Week: the 6 key trends you’ll want to wear next winter

The answer seemed to be throw as many coats at them as possible — khaki, head-to-toe black, varsity jackets and Balenciaga-style cocoons were everywhere. Shoes were covered in fluff, perhaps all the better to take that idea of a soft landing — and offered a quirky edge to pieces steeped in conservative classic codes. Shirts in any colour but white were also abundant; legs were either totally exposed or moderately covered up. No middle ground here. Meanwhile, for all you mob-wife aficionados, fear not, puffs of (faux) fur and fluff were generously feathered across everything. Skirts came lengthy with cool kick-hems, while dresses were neat shifts.


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