Milan Fashion Week Autumn/Winter Round Up
Today we check out the hottest looks fresh from the runways of Milan Fashion Week.
Angela Missoni added some serious slouch factor to nearly everything this season, working the label’s signature patterns and bold knits in oversized capes, jackets and car coats for tomboy-chic style.
She did long, loose layers that were all about soft dressing and little structure. The collection further solidifies the tomboy-tailoring trend that is sure to be a big hit in the cooler months.
Massimiliano Giornetti‘s cleanly tailored separates and drool-worthy accessories stole the show at Salvatore Ferragamo, where leathers, thick wools and knits were layered to warm-and-cosy perfection!
Looks were simple, structured and modern, worked in a trio of cool, masculine colors – blue black and cream.
Miss Muiccia’s autumn/winter 2013 collection was a unique balance between organised chaos and refined prettiness. The beauty alone was a strange hybrid wet-hair and red lips, creating a look that said ‘I just threw this together but I still look fab’.
We saw belted suits with flared skirts in colorful wool and bright gingham paired with slinky camisoles and sheer skirts. The colour palette swung from moody greys and browns to bright turquoise, azure and picnic red, which popped against metallic strappy sandals.
It was a mix of tribal, jeweled and floral looks in blacks and deep reds over at Roberto Cavalli.
The designer played up to his reputation of bold, sexy and strong with a diverse array of printed jackets and flippy mini-skirts, elegantly tailored velvet suits and long embellished gowns.
For fall at Bottega Veneta, Tomas Maier exaggerated the details, incorporating elements of ’40s glamour into his pretty-polished looks.
Models hit the runway with super-teased hair and deep red lips, parading figure flattering dresses, romantic swing skirts and shoulder padded sweaters in a delightful array of autumnal hues. The palette skimmed the blacks, browns and pumpkins before bursting into bright red and orange.
In contrast to Gucci spring/summer 2013, Frida Giannini kept skin baring to an absolute minimum this season, with high necks and low hemlines dominating a collection of deep jewel tones, bold prints and shimmery metallics.
Silhouettes were either sleek or slinky, and paired with knee-high boots in matching hues for a collection that was at the same time conservative and a little bit sexy.