Milan Fashion Week: Style and Inclusivity – Swimsuit

Ira T. Martin

In case you missed it, last week the city of Milan had its annual fall fashion week spotlighting the upcoming spring collections. What designers lost without star-studded front rows this year they made up for with an inspiring showing of inclusive model casting. Most notable in making progressive strides was Versace, whose “Under the Sea”-inspired playful designs were shown on models like Precious Lee, Jill Kortleve and Alva Claire. (Yes, that theme really piqued the SI Swimsuit editorial team’s interest.)

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