Gathered in this playlist are some of the best from Milan Fashion Week! Watch the catwalk highlights from Salavtore Ferragamo, Emilio Pucci, Marni and Fendi among others. The reviews of the shows are available below or under “Milan”.
Missoni has come pretty far from what they have done for eternity to now, and that is exactly what the brand needed. There is still an essence of Missoni in the whole collection, with the crocheted pieces and zigzag patterns, but there is just enough evidence of it, which is a relief. We see less colours than ever which, with only a few accents colors among the pieces, which is also a step away from what Missoni used to be, and it makes the collection more up to date. The silhouette is slouchy and very laidback, but it still has an edge and a more cocky approach. Over all a good collection.
This collection does it for me. Black & White, suits combined with bare skin, pointy ankle boots and sculptural detailing and styling. It is minimalistic but still impressive and conspicuously edgy. Definetely a favourite out of all fashion weeks this season. But aside from my personal opinion, marked by own references and style preferred, this is a good collection nevertheless. The oversized and twisted belts really show that it is the small things that make the difference. And with a well tailored collection like this there is nothing negative to say, except that it is what we always should expect for established luxury brands like this. Gianfranco Ferré has gotten to little life in the spotlight the last few years though, and I hope for a revival…
This collection was more than anything a procession of iconic looks, remembering the female godesses of the sixties and seventies. But it did not feel old at all, and even the iconic prints was put in a new light when combined with more modern pieces or styled more pared down. The silhouette is minimal, sometimes maybe a bit to short and body hugging for anybody above the age of seventeen, but Dundas really knows how to dress women who wants to dress for men, which he has claimed as a mission of his for some time now. Somehow this light and casual attitude towards womens clothing is appealing when it creates pieces with an attitude like the ones from this collection.
Marni has been right in time with their larger than life silhouette that signifies the brand for many years now, but somehow I hoped that this collection would have brought something new to the table. The x-large pieces are unflattering for anybody bigger than a size zero and even then it is more reminiscent of a tent than a piece of clothing. The two things that gave this collection life was the astonishing forest prints and the two colored fur pieces. The last mentioned has been seen in prada a previous season though.