Reporting from Milan Fashion Week. It is already over and i feel like it passed in a second.
However, here we go. First i wanna say this time i did things a little bit differently, when it comes to this post i haven't been posting picture by picture like in previous posts about NYFW and LFW. I've made collages, i think it's much easier to see everything and i fitted 24 looks in 6 pictures.
Now when i've said that i can write a review and share my thoughts about Milan Fashion Week.
First of all, i have to say that i am completely blown away with these collections. I also think that Italian designers have a little bigger edge than the ones in NY and London. I love that they use so many vibrant colors and different patterns.
Let me start with collage number 1: First two looks are Blumarine. I've chosen these two looks because they are totally different but so chic. First we have this black and white dress which is amazing because when you look at the upper part it looks simple like an oversized shit, but the stitched black details really give that something. And the second piece is absolutely amazing not because it's see through, than because of the colors and the stitched flowers. Dolce&Gabbana is next, they are amazing as always, only this time they've put an emphasis on small waist and bustiers.
Collage 2: Colorful maxi dress from Pucci is so springish, so flattering, the other dress from Pucci is with flowers also colorful, but it has more of a serious design, when it comes to the ending on cleavage. Alberta Ferretti did elegant and a soft kind of a collection. And then we have Etro which is so lovely to me and so different because it has so much of an Indians influence.
Collage 3: This is my favorite collage 'cause you have everything in it. There are prints, feathers, expensive materials like silk, colorful details, see through parts, embroideries, embellishments, i said everything. The Fausto Puglisi jacket is to die for..
Collage 4: Gucci collection looks very expensive, not only they used expensive materials like fur and silk, but their designs are so clean and edgy and they have nurtured this 'stylish expensive Italian woman' look for ages now and i love it. Than we have Marco de Vicenzo's vest-dress with tassels kinda piece which is so out of charts. I died over it. It's very bloggerish and very modern. Max Mara did suits, and this look i favorite the most, it is completed. Love the stripes on a blazer n pants, and the pattern on the hat and the foulard look really good together.
Collage 5: I love and i don't love the fact that Missoni didn't really go from their comfort zone, but j'adore this dress. It's really nice. Moschino is also similar to their previous collections but i still died over this crop top and skirt. I love how they pulled off these shades of orange and blue. Than No. 21 did it amaziiing! I love the silk shoes, see through skirts, clean and sharp shirts, and this black&red plaid top with silvery black embellishments over that pattern is an outstanding combination!
Collage 6: Stella Jean is amazing, but what i died over is the outfit they pulled out together. Plaid skirt with soccer t-shirt and black&white shoes is so innovative and so me. Three fashion moguls for the end Prada, Cavalli and Versace. They all did differently one from another, of course true to their directions. No further commenting, it's unnecessary.
This would be it from the Spring 2015 Milan Fashion Week.
Now, we are off to Paris.
Until then, i kiss you loads.
Blumarine(first two), Dolce&Gabbana
Alberta Ferretti, Emilio Pucci(middle two), Etro
Fausto Puglisi, Fendi, Salvatore Ferragamo, Girogio Armani
Gucci(first two), Marco de Vicenzo, Max Mara
Missoni, Moschino, No. 21(last two)
Prada, Roberto Cavalli, Versace, Stella Jean