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27.09.2015 - Marie Danker

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Milan Summary Day 4

IF ONE THING IS SURE BY THE FOURTH DAY OF MILAN FASHION WEEK IT IS THAT FASHION IS MOVING IN A NEW DIRECTION.

Inspired by the allures of the wild, Tomas Maier gave Bottega Veneta's Spring/Summer 2016 collection a strong outdoor vibe. Getting away from the big city flair, the material and construction of tents and trekking gear played a huge role, with elements incorporated into most looks. With this show, Maier definitely breathed some fresh air into his new line-up. At Roberto Cavalli the theme of reinventing the old shaped the return and runway debut of Peter Dundas for the Italian House. With acid washed denim, 90s biker vests and purple ruffle dresses, Dundas seems to have a clear vision for Cavalli, which none-the-less lacked a bit of definition at times.

At Jil Sander we saw fashion that moved from disciplined to deconstructed while remaining precise. Silks and plunging necklines were combined with soft drapings and cut out shoulder details. Fresh and new, Rodolfo Paglialunga has obviously found his direction.

Another outdoor starting point was spotted at the Dsquared2 show at the end of the day, which centred on the beach. Swimsuit inspired tops and dresses looked perfectly suited for the modern mermaid.

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