Shoes Milan Autumn Winter 2024: the trends

Dfter New York and London, the great fashion show has arrived in Italy. Among international celebrities, unforgettable looks and collections to admire, there is also room for shoes from the Milan Autumn Winter 2024/25. From Fendi to Etrofrom Prada to Gucci, the Milan catwalks are ready to dictate trends also in terms of footwear in view of the next cold season. Spacing with nonchalance between pumps with killer heels and sensual boots, without forgetting ballerinas, moccasins and slingbacks.

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Men’s or décolleté

The eternal dilemma when it comes to shoes. For theAutumn-Winter 2024/25the Milan designers range lightly from silhouettes with a strong character and traditional menswear to decidedly more sensual and feminine footwear. N21for example, opt for lace-ups with high soles decorated with laces and small bows, in perfect contrast with tweed miniskirts and transparent dresses. Iceberginstead, focuses on pumps with a geometric heel strap, while Onitsuka Tiger he prefers a pointed velvet shoe, worn with thick socks.

Shoes Milan Autumn Winter 2024, it’s boots mania

They could only be the great protagonists of the winter catwalks. He thought about inaugurating the trend Dieselarmed with boots second-skin with a shiny finish, enriched by the metallic logo on the heel. Then there was no lack of interpretation of Fendiwhich reimagined the now iconic gaiter boots, opting for a refined and minimalist declination, in leather.

The boots with gaiter and small logo on the Fendi catwalk (Spotlight Launchmetrics)

Alberta Ferrettifor his part, pushed on the accelerator of sensuality, proposing cuissardes very high worn together with lace slips. Roberto Cavallifinally, he has ranged in shades and patterns, creating boots with square toes in total black or brown, but also with a python effect or decorated with many small stones. Giving space to the imagination.

The very high boots by Alberta Ferretti (Spotlight Launchmetrics)

The Milan catwalks tell of a varied and eclectic femininity, free from constraints and always ready to experiment and get involved.

Starting with a pair of shoes.