13 milan fashion week sets that wowed

featuring chandeliers and more shiny surfaces.

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The layered rugs and oversized vintage frames helped create a dark, dramatic atmosphere. (The look could easily be translated to your home in a more cheery way—just add white walls instead of the dark and foggy ones seen here.)


This color blocked black and white runway really speaks to us. (See our 8 lessons in decorating with black and white for more home inspo!)


The patterned, candy-colored floorboards give off modern Willy Wonka vibes in the best way possible.


This set felt like a major ’70s throwback. We especially loved the unexpected orange hue of the polka dots.


The runway at Missoni featured suspended fluorescent lights, reminding us how much we want a neon sign for our own home.


A shiny, foil-like wall (much like other sets we saw at London Fashion Week) made up the other half of Missoni’s set. We see a trend here, and we definitely don’t hate it.

philipp plein

We saw even more neon lights and shiny, fun house mirror-like surfaces at Philipp Plein.


The pale yellow walls show that using pastels in lieu of neutrals is not going away anytime soon.

dolce & gabbana

This set was straight out of a fairytale—in an elaborate fashion. The chandeliers, fog, and horse drawn carriage shows it’s really all in the details.

dolce & gabbana

We couldn’t resist including a closeup of the oversized fairytale book that functioned as the runway backdrop.

roberto cavalli

This regal set has us wishing for our own impressive chandelier and the occasional mismatched dining room chair.


The rich, pink hue of the carpet proves our favorite pastel is here to stay.

damir doma

The walls reminded us of hot summer nights from our childhood filled with fireflies—and also that we need to incorporate more prints into our homes.

jil sander

The entire show was inspired by the German Expressionist movement and caters to the minimalist, neutral-loving crowd.


The matching print-on-print had us reminiscing about Kim Kardashian’s disappearing arms and hands at the 2013 Met Gala, but really, we’re all for a bold statement—especially on your floors.

Alyssa Clough


Alyssa is a Brooklyn-based maximalist and vintage addict who is always on the hunt for something—a new piece of collage art, more plant babies, yet another ceramic vessel, you get the picture. Obsessions include bold accent walls, living a sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyle, and supporting female artists and makers. Find her on Instagram ignoring her phone’s screen time alerts.