Like London and New York before it, Milan Fashion Week will include a phygital blend of physical, socially distanced runway shows and digital-only experiences. Street style will certainly look different as a result—but not just because the formats are changing.
Gucci isn’t on the calendar this week, so we’ll miss the exuberant prints and crystal-studded accessories Phil Oh typically snaps outside the show. In their place, we may see the billowing dresses and color-block separates of Valentino; earlier this month, Pierpaolo Piccioli announced he will show his new men’s and women’s collections in Milan to prioritize the safety of his team and avoid air travel. What else can we expect to see on the streets of the Italian fashion capital? You’ll have to follow our daily coverage to find out. Scroll through all of Thomas Razzano’s photos below.