The Best Street Style From Milan Fashion Week

Observing who wore what to pound the pavements is now nearly as big a sport as the fashion week shows themselves. And when it comes to Milan, the street style stars embrace all the exoticism, drama and colour associated with Italian style. From Italian natives to pulled-together out-of-towners, here are the sartorial winners from the weekend…

Who: Candela Pelizza
From: Argentina
Famous for: Being one of the original bloggers – you may know her better by her maiden name, Candela Novembre.
Her Milan style: Was decidedly feminine-meets-cool; think delicate embroidered dresses and statement evening pieces teamed with sneakers.
Follow her at: @candela_________

Who: Gala Gonzalez
From: Spain
Famous for: Her blog,, and presenting for Vogue TV.
Her Milan style: Encompassed her signature high-low approach to fashion; double denim was paired with statement heels and grown-up head-to-toe camel teamed with a pared-back beauty approach.
Follow her at: @galagonzalez

Who: Gilda Ambrosio
From: Italy
Famous for: Founding cult sequin, feather and velvet-laden label Attico with best friend and fellow street style star Giorgia Tordini.
Her Milan style: Was typically maximalist. Never one to shy away from statement style, she was spotted en route to the Marni show in a lavender/mint combo and outside Alberta Ferretti in a show-stopping lamé duo.
Follow her at: @gildaambrosio

Who: Giorgia Tordini
From: Italy
Famous for: Being the other half of cool-girl brand Attico and for modelling, too – see her fronting Zara’s AW18 campaign.
Her Milan style: Flaunted her outlandish side – she may sometimes sit in the more demur fashion camp, but this season saw Giorgia embrace short hemlines, feathered crop tops and killer sequin mini dresses as she plugged her brand. Her heel-straps-over-denim look for the label’s SS19 launch was a particular talking point.
Follow her at: @giorgiatordini

Who: Leonie Hanne
From: Germany
Famous for: Her nearly 2 million-strong Instagram following.
Her Milan style: Was, well, orange. From cinnamon-hued blouses to carrot-colour knits, the German blogger embraced a capsule palette of orange and black, proving the autumnal shade is surprisingly wearable.
Follow her at: @leoniehanne

Who: Viktoria Rader
From: Munich
Famous for: Her Instagram feed, littered with designer must-haves.
Her Milan style: Was her usual hybrid of feminine and cool. That means sporty accessories teamed with floaty, girly separates and neon paired with lady-like pieces.
Follow her at: @vikyandthekid

Who: Xenia Adonts
From: Paris
Famous for: blogging under the Xenia Overdose pseudonym.
Her Milan style: Was as fashion-forward as it gets: mini skirts were teamed with killer high boots, red leather dresses paired with teal velvet flats and athleisure separates added to silky skirts.
Follow her at: @xeniaoverdose

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