Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade's Coordinated Looks Won Milan Fashion Week
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Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade have been conquering Milan Fashion Week in style, one coordinated look at a time. The couple flew to the fashion capital as brands debut their spring/summer 2023 menswear collections, and their stylists have been delivering some cohesive outfits. With the help of Union's stylist, Thomas Christos Kikis, and Wade's stylist, Jason Bolden, the duo were seen in summer-ready Prada looks that incorporate the coolest trends of the season, including crochet, mesh, and bra tops, and the viral micro-miniskirt.
Union, 49, wowed in a white crochet triangular bra top layered underneath a silky black long-sleeved blouse, which she left unbuttoned for effortlessly elegant ease. She teamed it with a belted version of the viral low-rise skirt (popularized on the Miu Miu spring/summer 2022 runway) in a brown suede material. Her accessories, a pair of black patent leather platform Mary Janes and the small Prada Galleria jacquard fabric bag, tied the look together nicely. And her sleek, twisted ponytail was just the finishing touch to elevate the ensemble.
Next to her, Wade wore an all-white mesh tank top with a silky short-sleeved shirt and black tailored pants. He finished his ensemble with white and gray sneakers, dark sunglasses, the Prada Re-Edition 2005 nylon bag, and pearl and silver layered chain necklaces. This impeccable coordination came just a few hours after the couple matched in Prada tank silhouettes for the luxury house's spring/summer 2023 menswear show. Union stunned in a sensual, biscuit-colored Prada knit dress that featured a scoop neck top and a skirt of long fringe. Wade, meanwhile, stood out in a sunshine-yellow tank top and paper-bag trousers.
Ahead, see the stylish couple in action, and discover the exact pieces they wore.