By  on September 23, 2019

MILAN — Buyers couldn’t get enough of the new, more minimal, tailored and toned-down styles seen here for spring, and praised the kaleidoscope of color from brands such as La DoubleJ. The big show moments wowed them, too, including J.Lo’s surprise appearance at Versace in the now-legendary green dress and Daniel Lee’s lineup at Bottega Veneta.

“Milan loved its showmanship as much as the shows and collections themselves,” said Linda Fargo, senior vice president, women’s fashion director and store presentation at Bergdorf Goodman. “J.Lo reloaded for Versace was extraordinary, even by seasoned veteran standards. Trends which resonated for us were the continuation of ‘beautility,’ especially the jumpsuit, new neutrals — gray and spice tones — [and] all the softened tailoring. We’re loving the emergence of artisinal here. Net net, it’s clear the brands here know who they are and where they’re going.”

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