The Most Surreal Fashion Show At Milan Fashion Week

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Milan Fashion Week

Milan, Italy: After the buzzing party nights at New York Fashion Week which was influenced by the thought of aliens, space and Black Panther movie; and discussing the highly controversial topics at London Fashion Week with a surprise element of Queen Elizabeth coming for Richard Quinn’s show, we have finally reached at the metropolitan city of Milan for Milan Fashion Week that started on Wednesday, 21 February and end on Tuesday, 27 February 2018. Milan Fashion Week is the third major event in the fashion industry across the globe for the season, and we witnessed the third eye opening during the first day of the week. While we witnessed many emerging designers with their astonishing collection during the first day of Milan Fashion Week, yet Gucci haunts the fashion industry at Milan Fashion Week 2018. This was the most surreal fashion show at Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week

Gucci is an Italian luxury fashion brand producing fashion clothing, accessories and leather products. The brand is a part of Gucci Group, which is owned by the French holding company Kering and is valued at more than US$14 billion and makes overall worldwide sales for more than US$5 billion every year.

With such a high mark in the fashion industry, Gucci created one of the most surreal fashion show in the history of fashion at Milan Fashion Week.

Models were seen carrying replicas of their own head during Gucci catwalk. The fake heads looked so real and were eerily accurate, down to the hairstyles and the expressions of those walking on the ramp.

Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week

The strangeness didn’t end there, but Gucci’s creative director also sent models down the catwalk with baby dragons and snake in their hand. There was even a model with her third eye open walking through the ramp. The show area was made to look like an operating theatre, with surgical lights and tables.

Milan Fashion Week

The collection took inspiration from many different ethnicities and cultures, with Sikh turbans, South American patterns and embellished headpieces all on the catwalk.

Milan Fashion Week

A style note said the designs were to embody Gucci’s “pluriverse” concept – and drew inspiration from an essay rejecting the idea of rigid boundaries.

Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week

Michele said: “Limiting fashion to something that only produces business is too easy.” {BBC}

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