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Bella Hadid showed support for her sister at the #TommyHilfiger show at Milan Fashion Week. Gigi Hadid has her own collection with the brand, which was put on the runway and displayed some amazing outfits. The collaboration gives off racer girl vibes, making us feel very sporty indeed! #Gigi #MFW Credit: Vogue Paris

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Isabelle Herring
Love Bella's look!
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We’ve noticed that Fendi is now rivalling Gucci when it comes to Milan Fashion Week streetstyle. The latter is still huge news of course, especially following the incredible mishmash of cross-cultural and supernatural references Alessandro Michele featured in his ‘Cyborg’ AW18 collection, complete with severed heads and a cradled baby dragon. But some of the fash pack are ditching Gucci’s double G monogram for Fendi’s double Fs to inspirational effect. Whether it was a multi-coloured bag, a coat as seen on Anna Dello Russo, or even a sheer skirt and accessories, each women pulled off the statement logo pieces with aplomb leaving us with serious style envy. And trust self-professed techno princess, the model and DJ Sita Abellan, to take monogram layering to a whole new level by teaming a Fendi cardigan, belt, bag, tights and shoes together (a chic new record) in brown tones with flashes of red. 


The fact that Fendi’s monogram isn’t as famous as Gucci’s or even Chanel’s or Louis Vuitton’s actually works in it’s favour. There’s less risk of overexposure as adoptees tend to have an affinity with the Italian fashion house or the letter ‘F’ (maybe it’s one of their initials?). Fendi’s Creative Directors Silvia Venturini Fendi and Karl Lagerfeld have also made an effort to graphically rework the ‘F’ in some lovely and original ways. Take the the ‘F’ hoops with the letters sitting at an angle or the arty use of colour, these on-trend yet timeless styles have captivating cross-general appeal. They’re sophisticated and impeccably crafted with the prices the match.  

Click through our favourite Fendi streetstyle looks in the gallery above then shop our Fendi logo edit below. 

Image credit: Instagram and Fashionista.com

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Federica Caiazzo
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Sporty, practical and colorful! Tommy Hilfiger Fall Winter 2018 Collection is full of ethos and spirit! I love it! #tommyhilfiger #mfw

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Marni always knows how to perfectly give feminine shapes to silhouette. Here is one Of the looks from the Fall Winter 2018 Collection! #mfw #marni #coat #green

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Hattie Cotmore
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Of all the MFW street style looks I've posted this may be the one I can see myself in the most. I don't believe in saving the best until last, I don't believe in saving the best for anything - get it worn - but I may have done so on this one occasion. Part of the reason I love this look is that I feel I can shop each piece myself, or a version of at least, on the high street. Pleated midi-skirts are everywhere and I've been on the hunt for the perfect one for a while with several adorning my ASOS wish list. This is fused with another key current trend of rainbow stripes and of course the stiletto boot. The jacket looks uber comfy and cute and whilst slightly more casual this is still a glam look. Yes, yes and yes. Image: Jonathan Daniel Pryce

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We all know I am a sucker for anything pink. Wave a rose in front of me, a salmon, a coral, a blush and I'm weak at the knees. Both of these outfits get my heart racing. The first because I love the matching hue through the whole getup and the masculinity of the suit paired with feminine open-toed heels. The second is just wonderfully insane. The sequins are bold and clash in red with the pink and violet tones of the jacket and trousers. The striped top is totally random but somehow looks like it was meant to be in this hotchpotch of colour and texture. Image: Jonathan Daniel Pryce

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MFW street style look number three, well it is me after all so there was bound to be some leopard print. I'm usually not a cardigan person at all. Practically yes they're great and keeping you warm but style-wise no I don't want to throw something on top of my perfectly curated outfit. That's what I thought at least until I saw this knitted two piece. I guess this is an alternative to a skirt suit. It's neat and chic and well, leopard print. Honestly what is not to love? Image: Jonathan Daniel Pryce

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The second MFW street style look which had to be shared is this incredible pair of trousers. The gold is uber glam and the floral embellishment infuses even more fun. I love that here I wouldn't have necessarily paired this coat with the outfit but it just works. The colours blend with the rest of the outfit and surprisingly the pattern doesn't clash. Image: Jonathan Daniel Pryce

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Hattie Cotmore
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Milan Fashion Week may be my favourite of the street style set so far. Italy is famed for its style, there's always an ease portrayed that is effortlessly cool. I mean look at this suit. The classic Gucci print looks beautiful but in its muted colour it isn't at all over the top. I also love that it's been paired with a printed shirt without looking messy. This is completely how I envisage Italian chic. Image: Jonathan Daniel Pryce

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Morgan Blanks
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Versace has taken the fashion week by storm at Milan. The looks have been royally fabulous, in particular the vibr

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On comptait littéralement les secondes avant le Défilé Gucci à Milan, grâce au chronomètre qui servait d'invitation. En ce premier jour de fashion week milanaise, Alessandro Michele a fait défiler des Gucci Cyborgs - des "créatures post-humaines dont l’identité est indéfinie et en perpétuelle évolution, d'après le designer - des serpents et des dragons, prouvant encore une fois que son imagination n'a pas de limites. 


Pas moins de 90 looks au total, portés par des mannequins blonds, albinos, noirs, cagoulés, masculins ou féminins... des créatures étranges, voire troublantes, qui se succédaient dans un décor chirurgical et futuriste. Certaines portaient des turbans Sikh, d'autres des des masques de chirurgie ou encore étoles de prêtre. Mais toute cette mise en scène n'a pas fait de l'ombre aux vêtements, du Michele dans toute sa splendeur. 

Entre best-sellers de la marque, comme les imprimés fleuris et des longs manteaux en velours, et touches tendance comme le t-shirt “Paramount”, aucun doute que la Gucci Mania n'est pas prête de s'arrêter.  

Découvrez notre sélection Gucci et shoppez vos favoris ! 

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Isabelle Herring
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This look from the latest Moschino FW18 collection in Milan Fashion Week is just so cool! I love the Andy Warhol style pop art vibes i am getting from this outfit! 😍 #ootd #moschino #luxuryfashion #mfw #milanfashionweek #fw18 Photo Credit: @Moschino on Twitter

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