Milan Fashion Week Wrap Up

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Twice a year we love to sit back and take a look at some of the best fashion in the world, and Milan Spring/ Summer 2015 was no exception. This year it ran from September 17th- 23rd and had some of the biggest names in fashion show their work. Between the street style to the runway it is sad to see it go, but the fashion seen here will be setting the trends for the year to come.

Here is a summery of our favorite looks from the catwalk:

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This collection is opulent and showy, what Donatella Versace does best. This time with a bit of a sixties mod feeling to it, with mini dresses, geometric cutouts and oversized hardware. Between Versace’s and Moschino‘s collection Barbie was definitely having her moment on the runway.

Missoni elle-milan-show-notes-missoni-xln-xln

The airy and billowiness of this Missoni collection spoke to us. It had the look of effortless and casual but still absolute luxury.

Giorgio Armani     elle-milan-show-notes-giorgio-armani-xln

This show started with a short film by Oscar-winning director Paolo Sorrentino showing the a rugged coastline of two of the Aeolian Islands of the coast of Sicily. He used this motif in the fashion as well using a color pallet of sandy and natural hues to highlight his masterfully tailored trousers, jackets and skirts with a feeling that the clothes were lighter than air.

Prada elle-milan-notes-prada-xln-xln

Prada is the highpoint to any fashion event. The relatively skinless silhouettes for spring may have seemed a bit strange at first- but the look really grew on us, and that is what Prada does best.

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You know it is going to be a good show when Karl Lagerfeld and Cara Delevingne get together. The collection itself though was also very exciting with 3D origami cutouts and feather embellishments. With a wonderful use of pastels and sportier motifs we think this collection is one of the most notable.



Dolce&Gabbana really took the show with their Spanish-Sicilian inspired collections, with a color pallet of whites and bright matador reds and fresh rose hair pieces. Truly a sight to be seen!

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