Attending my first Milan Fashion Week Runway Show!

In my recent trip to Milan in February 2020, I was fortunate enough to be invited to the Milan Fashion Week. I attended the Emerging Talents Milan show on February 23. I brought along my sister, Yasmin for good company. This show gathers outstanding international brands in the historical Palazzo Visconti di Modrone. It is such a beautiful palace built by Spanish nobleman, Count Bolagnos in the 18th century. In the 19th century, Visconti di Modrone transformed the façade and interior in rococo style. I’ve been to a few fashion shows, but this is perhaps the most beautiful fashion show venue I’ve ever been to. 

My sister and I were one of the first to get in and so gave us plenty of time to people watch, once we’ve found our seat. We were pleasantly surprised how relaxed and chilled people well. I mean all of them made efforts to their looks, but nothing over the top. There are also weren’t as many photographers taking shots as what I normally experience in other fashion shows. The show lasted exactly an hour. 

My sister and I had an absolute blast. Here are some photos of the event. 

Leaving Milan, my heart was filled with so much content and joy. Not only did i truly enjoy the experience but also that my sister was super excited and was able to join me. I loved how stylish and friendly all the citizens of Milan were. Its left me wanting to go back! 

Many thanks to Taerus PR for the kind invitation!

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