Milan Fashion Week SS21: 5 beauty trends you need to know now + pics

Here are 5 Beauty Trends From Milan Fashion Week SS21 To Know Now.

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From chin-grazing bobs at Prada and oversized fringes at MM6 to bold red lips at Max Mara and a literal wet look at Versace — here’s everything you need to know about this season’s beauty trends.

Unlike New York and London Fashion Week, at the Milan shows there was less emphasis on statement beauty looks. Instead of colour blocking and shimmery lids, there were bold red lips at Dolce & Gabbana and Max Mara, but other than that it was fresh faces all round.

 

Meanwhile, there were obvious hair trends at play: bold fringes at MM6 and Valentino, fresh reinterpretations of the wet look at Versace and Sportmax, and chin-grazing bobs at Prada and Tod’s. Here are the hair and beauty trends you need to know from Milan Fashion Week SS21.

 

1- The trend: fringe benefits

 

fringe benefits

Valentino SS21 (left), Prada SS21 (centre), Fendi SS21 (right)


Where we’ve seen it:

Valentino, Prada, MM6, Tod’s, Fendi

What you need to know:

From blunt and witchy bangs at Valentino to XXL fringes at MM6 and Prada, there was an air of rebellious youth at play at the MFW shows. For those not feeling as daring, consider Edie Campbell’s side-swept fringe, which debuted at Fendi.

 

2- The trend: statement red lip

 

statement red lip

Versace SS21 (left), Dolce & Gabbana SS21 (centre), Max Mara SS21 (right)


Where we’ve seen it:

Versace, Dolce & Gabbana, Max Mara

What you need to know:

With masks the new normal, there is something rebellious, illicit even, about a bold red lip. Keep it classic with a crimson hue and a winged eye as seen at Dolce & Gabbana, or freshen things up with a hint of bright orange like at Versace or a gloss à la Max Mara.

 

3- The trend: Wetlook

 

Wetlook

Sportmax SS21 (left), Versace SS21 (centre), Giorgio Armani SS21 (right)


Where we’ve seen it:

Sportmax, Versace, Giorgio Armani, Ports 1961

What you need to know:

Staged in an underwater city of Atlantis set, Versace’s SS21 show was a tribute to Gianni Versace’s Trésor de la Mer collection for spring 1992. To help reimagine this oceanic underworld, models’ hair was slicked down on to their faces in a literal interpretation of the wet look. Elsewhere, there were more subtle iterations, as seen at Sportmax, Ports 1961 and even Giorgio Armani.

 

4- The trend: back to basics

 

The trend back to basics

Marni SS21 (left), Etro SS21 (centre), Alberta Ferretti SS21 (right)


Where we’ve seen it:

Marni, Etro, Tod’s, MSGM, MM6, Alberta Ferretti, Boss

What you need to know:

Following on from NYFW and LFW, the beauty look for many shows was all about going back to basics. Think minimal make-up, radiant skin, and an all-round healthy glow, as epitomised by Paloma Elsesser at Marni and Anna Ewers at Etro. In an age of Zoom and working from home, where nothing is more valuable than our health, it’s refreshing to see a move away from surface beauty and a greater focus on beauty from within.

 

5- The trend: the new bob

 

the new bob

Tod's SS21 (left), Prada SS21 (centre), Boss SS21 (right)


Where we’ve seen it:

Tod’s, Max Mara, Prada, Boss

What you need to know:

We first saw it modelled on Freja Beha Erichsen in the Zara SS20 campaign, and this season it was all over the MFW catwalks — enter the chin-grazing bob. See it both straightened and left natural at Tod’s, parted to the side at Boss, and styled with a fringe at Prada.

 

 Source:

https://www.vogue.co.uk/

 

 

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