Just a month after the AW19 menswear shows, Vogue brings you more Milan Fashion Week street style after models, influencers, buyers and editors descended on the Italian fashion capital once again, this time for the women’s ready-to-wear collections.
Topping the schedule was creative director Daniel Lee’s much-anticipated catwalk debut at Bottega Veneta, as well as Gucci’s triumphant return to the city after last season’s presentation at the fabled Le Palace nightclub in Paris. Add to that blockbuster shows from the usual big hitters – Versace, Prada, Giorgio Armani – and you have an enviable line-up.
Luckily for those without a front-row seat, there was as much to see off the runway as on it. The streets of Milan became a veritable catwalk featuring elevated sportswear, heritage leather, eye-catching prints and hats galore. For your weekly dose of sartorial inspiration, browse the best looks below, as seen through the lens of Vogue’s roving photographer Jonathan Daniel Pryce.