Milan Fashion came to an end, offering major inspiration from the Italian fashion capital. Gucci’s collection was a huge success, mixing new age Italian glamour with vintage aesthetics and the result was amazing. Bold prints, bright colors, oversized jewelry, Renaissance inspired ruffles, sharp 80s shoulders and shiny details, were all in the mix. Alessandro Michele really reinvented the house and take it to a new level.
Prada went all for nautical inspired edginess with a twist. The eye-catching accessories (Iittle books hanging from necklaces, corset inspired belts, sailor hats and printed wool tights) paired with oversized masculine coats stole the show.
Ports 1961 created a modern elegance with a rich mix of textures. Simple wide leg pants paired with an oversized fur coat or a sparkly long top,yes please!
Marni showed simple shapes, modern layering and ultra cool accessories. The highlights were the wool capes and the balloon sleeves. Emilio Pucci offered a sporty luxe collection, with tough silhouettes and prints galore.
In Sportmax, minimal cuts met with Italian eclecticism in black and khaki colors. The simple shaped bags and the mesh details created an interesting and ultra chic result. Jil Sander was all about ’90s clean lines, metallics and monochrome hues.
Salvatore Ferragamo offered the right balance of low key luxury and color blocking, while Bottega Veneta’s collection was the epitome of grown up feminity and bold sophistication. Rich textures as velvet, leather and wool, animal prints and neck scarves gave the right amount of drama.
Images via Vogue.com