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The Many Bags of Milan Fashion Week Spring 2018’s Celebrity Attendees

SHOWGOERS CAME OUT DRESSED TO IMPRESS AND CARRYING THEIR FALL FINEST IN ITALY

We’ve made it three quarters of the way through the Spring 2018 shows, and before our coverage (although not actually us, unfortunately) decamps for Paris, it’s time to look back at the most notable moments of Milan Fashion Week Spring 2018. We already took at look at the week’s best runway bags, but there was plenty more going on outside the shows that will be of interest to accessories aficionados as well.

Milan is often my favorite fashion week for street style; the brand and attendees participating tend to favor lots of color and detail in their looks, which makes for excellent outfits, and the country’s reputation as a leather goods mecca makes for particularly excellent bags. MFW may not be quite as chock full of celebs as New York and Paris, but everyone there is worth seeing. Check out our favorites below.

Anna Dello Russo

It’s not Milan without Anna Dello Russo, this time carrying a new Fendi clutch. Shop Fendi via Nordstrom

A$AP Rocky

Because Gucci shows both men’s and women’s collections together, the show brings out celeb friends beyond the average women’s fashion week crowd, like rapper A$AP Rocky, seen here with a Gucci Coco Capitan Belt Bag. Shop via Gucci

Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid has become something of an Alexander Wang muse in the past couple seasons, and she carries his bags even when not explicitly promoting them. Shop the Alexander Wang Primary Belt Bag via Shopbop ($650)

Bella Hadid

But who would turn down a little Dolce? Shop the Dolce & Gabbana Lucia Bag via farfetch.com ($1,695)

Carlotta Oddi

If you’re not familiar with Carlotta, she’s Anna Dello Russo’s right hand woman at Vogue Nippon. Here, she’s carrying a new design from Paula Cademartori. Shop the Paula Cademartoria Twi Twi Bag via farfetch.com ($1,212)

 

 

 



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