Best of Milan Fashion Week
WE SCANNED MILAN'S CATWALKS FOR THE 10 BEST COLLECTIONS OF THE SEASON. TAKE A LOOK AT THE INSPIRING SELECTION AND SEE WHERE SPRING/SUMMER 2016 WILL LEAD US.
A new vintage touch at Gucci introduced a gilded bohemian spirit that perfectly merged with the house's signature heritage. Click here to see all looks.
Rather subdued but still holding on to the house's youthful touch, Fendi showed leather harnesses and beautifully draped leather blouses. Click to unveil the full collection.
Asymmetrical layers and well-used primary colours came to life in bright, graphic and captivating looks. Perfectly balanced between excitement and casualness, Marni presented a signature line-up.
A variety of different fabrics and surfaces was mixed and matched to create a collection that went beyond clothing and into an artistic line-up.
Dolce & Gabbana
Italia is love. Dolce & Gabbana once again expressed a fascination with their home country Italy, issuing an invitation to linger in vacation-like summer dreams from Capri to Florence. Click here to join their journey.
The collection showed fashion that moved from disciplined to deconstructed to tender and flowing whilst still remaining precise. Silks and plunging necklines were combined with soft drapings and cut out shoulder details.
Outdoor influences were spotted at Bottega Veneta. Getting away from big city flair, the material and construction of tents and trekking gear played a huge role. See the full collection here.
Pointing out an independent lifestyle, real world individualists staged in portraits came to life on the runway of Tod’s. Going beyond the rules, we witnessed a fresh and somewhat rockabilly influenced direction.
Strong, sexy, confident and perfectly made for women who know what they want. What started with uniformity ended in body hugging evening dresses.
Albera Ferretti enlivened the desert with lilac hues of the skies and earthy tones of gravel, sand and clay which all were mirrored in her designs. She showed a complete wardrobe for the modern and feminine beduin.
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