Italian Fashion consultant and photographer Giovanni Franciosi got the moments off the runway exclusively for Pulse and the Elite Model Look Nigeria 2014 winner winner was a hit as she presented for the biggest names in Fashion.
Mayowa Nicholas for Moschino, Missoni, Prada, joins Naomi Campbell at MFW
Mayowa Nicholas walked for Moschino, Missoni, Prada, MSGM at the recent Milan Fashion Week 2016 alongside top supermodels.
Nicholas walked the same runway with top models Naomi Campbell who sashayed for Versace, Liya Kebede who walked for Prada and more top models in Milan Fashion Week where brands presented their Spring 2017 Collections..
The fashion week saw a lot of athleisure inspired designs on the runway with relaxed silouettes clearly set to be the new trend also making major appearances in collections from Versace, D Squared who featured an edgy glam to its athleisure styles, Missoni who got even more creatively laid back with the trend and so on.
Emilio Pucci presented a collection of bold, graphic detailed colourful pieces, styling some looks fierce matchy matchy while employing bold accessories like unusual hat styles and t-strap sandals for the stunning presentation.
Fendi was all about the details with fur and pocketed harem pants making a glam entrance with a play on intricate details on playsuit, cape minis and more. Gucci had an over-the-top graphic and colourful showcase with reds, pastels with a somewhat dark edgy feel to the collection.
Marco De Vincenzo was tassel and fringe heaven while employing a combination of vibrant hues on designs. Moschino came all out with bold graphics with logo stamped wildly on designs, Gucci also took a cue with logo stamps on designs making a show to remember.
Highlights of the fashion week included stunning crocheted dresses and peplum tops-making a fast comeback- from Missoni and MSGM. Pyjamas was also definitely a big trend on the runway!
See some of the moments in pictures.
Photo Credit:Giovanni Franciosi
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