With temperatures in Milan hovering in the high 50s — noticeably higher than in New York and London earlier this month — attendees broke out their open-toed footwear, choosing statement sandals that adhered to major shoe trends.
Bottega Veneta mesh mules.
Elsewhere, Brazilian influencer Helena Bordon hit the streets in a pair of eye-catching orange sandals from The Attico, which boasted a stiletto heel and crystal accents. The mules, which are available on Net-a-Porter.com for $1,070, were paired with white trousers and an Emilio Pucci jacket.
Identical twins Ami and Aya Suzuki wore sandals the more covered-up way, layering their gold Prada platforms over brightly colored lace tights. The Japanese musicians, known as the Amiaya Twins, wore matching looks with puff-sleeved blouses and high-waisted midi skirts.
Of course, sandals weren’t the only footwear on display among MFW goers. Prada’s chunky lug sole boots and loafers appeared on the feet of several attendees, adding a utilitarian look to counter bold colors and romantic skirts.
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