Milan Fashion Week

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Milan Fashion Week
Dolce & Gabbana reigns once again as Italy’s finest
Roberto Cavalli created rock goddess bohemia for the girl that goes backstage like Penny Lane

“70’s glitter-framed shades, relics of the Renaissance, and a nightclub theme” all wrapped into one magnificent Gucci show
Damir Doma - “Never for money, always for love” was the name of this collection and it was full of shredded and edgy pieces that every cool girl needs in her wardrobe
Fausto Puglisi created a rock chick world complete with leather boots and the signature stud detailing used on most of the brand’s clothing
Lace bralettes, western inspired belts, and the brand’s classic pointed toe slides seen at Alberta Ferretti
Fendi created a quirky show compiled of glitter lips, cotton candy colors, and pigtail updos
Les Copains was a spring break getaway dream with slicked back wet-look hair and perfect poolside essentials
Etro created a bohemian world filled with stripes and paisley prints 
Mad Men vibes and saddle shoes are back at Bottega Veneta
Masculine and oversized shapes that still felt feminine at Francesco Scognamiglio
Versace went down the sports luxe road this season

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini created sheer, printed maxi dresses perfect for the warmer months
Max Mara added masculine and sporty themes with this collection with pieces such as visors and tailored suits
Dreamy sundresses at Luisa Beccaria
“I don’t like vintage, I like the future” said Massimo Giorgetti backstage which was clearly seen at the Emilio Pucci show
Marni was a black & white knockout with hints of nautical themes 
Bright colors and hints of minimalism at Sportmax 
Prada created a madly extravagant collection filled with silky fabrics and graphic prints
Blumarine wants to help you block out the sun with exaggerated straw hats and other amazing pieces perfect for spring/ summer on the beach
Giamba creates a Los Angeles based valley girl with baby doll dresses and glitter boots galore