Fashion: the shoe that will be trends

The shoes are an object of worship rather than a useful accessory to repair your feet from cold and rough ground. The shoes for the next autumn-winter season, presented at the Milan Fashion Week, are true masterpieces of design, any style and shape, so everyone can easily find and invent their own style. Between fringes, tassels, feathers, crystals and leather details, but also in the simple practicality of the  mannish shoe, you can find pretty much anything and everything.

Milan Fashion Week shoes trends for next winterThe preppy style, offers or high-heeled loafers with tassels (Fay) or with the bangs. Church’s example suggests the” new” with Country Collection derby in brushed calf leather with fringe and metal studs burnished.

Milan Fashion Week shoes trends for next winter

Fratelli Rossetti also look to England and rediscover the myth of Swinging London with matching black / white, optical and graphic designs. There are boots with the tip of the parade, the means-heeled ankle boots, as well as loafers, brogues and ballet. Fringes also by Pura Lopez, who returns, however, the pastel colors, reminiscent of the flavors of jams.

Milan Fashion Week shoes trends for next winter

If the preppy style and etiquette is not for you and you prefer a shoe more attractive, have triumphed on the catwalk in stiletto high heels, with some concession to practicality donated by big trays (Baldinini). Definitely back in vogue tips tapering, after a few seasons of round shapes, as seen on the catwalks of Etro, while Alberto Moretti focuses on pure luxury and, in the model Frou Frou, draw a thin sandal covered with soft lists red fur and sheepskin interior contrast.

Luxury and sensuality as well as Rene Caovilla with a shower of Swarovski crystals on neckline in soft velvet. La maison shoes jewel also launched the ”Diamond”, a handbag that recalls the classic cut of the diamond.

And still on the subject of footwear, and always during the Milan Fashion Week, Pollini celebrated its sixty years with an exhibition entitled “Unpacking Pollini,” the museum Minguzzi.

A selection of archival documents, proposal within a frame that recreates the atmosphere of a warehouse in apparent disorder, marks a real time travel. Scene in the new shoes collection designed by Nicholas Kirkwood and a special edition model of the historic Knight, seamless, of 1977, which the British designer has created for the occasion in six variants, inspired by six icons, Monica Vitti Grace Jones.