Each season the Emerging Talents Milan show is held in the opulent Palazzo Visconti. I will never tire of simply entering into that building. The overwhelming feeling of stepping into another world, another era, another time.
Each season the show has some recurring and some new designers. It is always fun to see what the current Emerging Talents are show casing this season.
Emerging Talents Milan is one Milan’s most international and creative platforms dedicated to showcasing skilled designers. Organised by Russ Ev – Creative Director, and Tariel Bisharyan – CEO. The aim being to support skilled designers in their fashion business development, increased sales or even to reach their first sell-points. Since 2016 they have discovered and supported over 80 brands from 30 countries.
This post gives you a brief insight into each of this seasons select 7 Emerging Talents Milan. I wonder who will be your favourite -smile!
Keep reading for the full story of “Emerging Talents Milan – Highlights from the Runway Show Spring/Summer 2023”.
All photos taken by Yvonne Aeberhard Stutz and property of FunkyForty GmbH.
Emerging Talents Milan – Highlights from the Runway Show Spring/Summer 2023
Claudia Bertolero comes from an Italian-Peruvian family and she grew up in Lima. Very passionate about equestrian sports which comes through in her beautiful creative designs.
Check out her Instagram for more beautiful looks.
The SS 2023 collection celebrates unique craftsmanship and manufacturing from Bosnia and Herzegovina – the heart shaped land in which Intuitive was born. Each piece has been designed with special love to become functional, timeless and lasting.
Emphasis is placed on ethical producers and sustainability.
Check out the lovely online store here.
3. Khanbogd Cashmere
Khanbogd Cashmere pride themselves on being the World’s finest Sustainable Mongolian cashmere.
This is a collection devoted to the whimsical women who want to embody all of the past, present and future.
Do check out the instagram account for more designs.
JYK is a fashion label fronted by designer Jenny Yohana Kansil and collaborated with Batik Durian Lubuklinggau.
The Spring/Summer 23 collection takes a silhouette from the 1970’s, which symbolises the year of freedom and equality.
Check out the website for more.
5. Monier Atelier
Monier Atelier by Hana Rudez.
The inspiration for this collection is the medieval queen of Bosnia and Herzegovina, Katarina Kosaca born in 1424.
Do check out the pretty instagram account here.
6. Le Lam
Le Lam is a Vietnamese fashion designer – initially studying architecture he ended up moving into fashion and is now head designer of one of Vietnam’s biggest fashion brands.
I am personally in love with the originality of his designs – a true inspiration.
Check out the instagram account here.
Founded in 2016 by Creative Director Tatiana Lim. Laveau was created with the hope of helping people appreciate beauty within imperfection.
Her designs are inspired by childhood dreams. No two pieces are ever the same, just like our uniqueness as individuals.
Check out the fun online shop here.
The next Milan Fashion Week starts 22nd February so stay tuned for new fashion news to come…
In the mean time do check out more from last seasons street style images here.
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Hi dear Yvonne thank you for your blog as usual it is a very interesting fashion I love all those different designs and gives you somehow an Idea what is around or better said comes around love it
I love the designs of Khanbogd Cashmere. So wearable (if you put some cover on underneath the clothes haha).