Ultra Bright Neon Was a Street Style Staple on Day 2 of Milan Fashion Week

Showgoers roamed the streets looking like a pack of highlighters.
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Neon on the street at Milan Fashion Week. Photos: Chiara Marina Grioni/Fashionista (4), Imaxtree (1)

Neon on the street at Milan Fashion Week. Photos: Chiara Marina Grioni/Fashionista (4), Imaxtree (1)

As much as street style offers a chance for expression that's more individualized and personal than what one sees on the runway, there are still times when the influence of one designer shows up noticeably. That was true on day two of Milan Fashion Week, when the neons that made Prada's last season pop were seen on editors, influencers and buyers from all over. The instantly iconic flame heels from Prada's Fall 2018 collection were also extremely well-represented amongst the street style set, whether they were paired with day-glo brights or monochromatic black. 

If Prada was one of the marquee names for day two of MFW, another heavy-hitting show was Fendi, and the influence of that heritage label was also reflected by what show goers chose to wear. As a result, a range of browns, taupes, and other neutrals in well-tailored shapes that are a hallmark of the brand were a frequent favorite, as were beige animal prints.

See our favorite street style looks from the weekend at Milan Fashion Week in the gallery below.

In case you missed it, catch up on our favorite looks from day one of Milan Fashion Week in the gallery below.

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