J.Lo might have stolen the show with her iconic lush parrot green dress for Versace that she donned 20 years ago, but the Milan Spring Summer fashion week had a lot more to offer. Miu Miu, Armani, Prada, Jill Sander, Fendi, and many more combined their aesthetic eye and skill for good design and vibrant color schemes as they showcased their collection for the spring-summer season 2020.

We’re going through all the raging trends from Milan for the spring-summer season, read ahead.

Minimalism By Prada

Prada’s collection included ensembles of minimal prints and designs. Be it the checkered blazer paired with a similar print midi skirt or the knee-length neon coat with block printed turquoise leaves, Prada showed us that simple can be trendy.

The verdict is that for the spring season, keep it clean and simple.

Monochrome via Hugo Boss

The monochrome trend is making waves throughout the fashion industry; we saw it in London and New York and now finally in Milan. It was Hugo Boss’ debut show at Milan Fashion Week, where the household brand showcased some of the best utilitarian ensembles that one could wear right out from a runway to office.

With ankle-length black and white coats, double-breasted jackets in lime yellow and white overalls, Hugo Boss gave us numerous everyday looks in a matter of minutes.

Canvas Art Paintings & Bright Hues

This year’s Milan Fashion Week showcased polar opposites on the color palette. On one hand, we had minimal palettes by Prada, and on the other, we had brands like Marni and Versace that went out of their way and produced alluring bright dresses. They included motifs, abstract prints, and florals in neon green, yellow, and pink. Marni’s collection specifically targeted long dresses that seemed to have been brought back to life from the 1980s Vogue issues.

Although these three big trends stole our attention, others did not impress us as much. Gucci and Max Mara didn’t deliver the bang we typically expect from them this season, so we’ll be looking forward to their fall line coming up.