Milan fashion week always has a lot to be excited about! The Spring 2017 began with Alessandro Michele's century-hopping trip at Gucci last Wednesday and came to an ending two days back with Dolce and Gabbana's ode to the pure Italian heritage. But there were some shows that really stood out for us. Read on to know more.
We are huge fangirls of the spare silhouettes and layers of every Missoni collection, but this time they took style up the notch. We observed simply shaped and intricately constructed knitwear with beautiful colour blocking using golden fabric. How glorious!
Salvatore's collection boasted a solid lineup of sculpted ladylike dressing with flares of masculine-feminine elements. His collection also focused on footwear this year, keeping it simple to beautiful florals and solid dresses.
Marni showcased a series of soft whites and creams, which balanced the architectural angles and off-kilter layers of her cotton jackets and trench coats! She infused bouts of femininity using draped, pleated and tied printed dresses in her collection that were pretty and glamorous at the same time.
Sander's collection was just as androgynous as it could get. It focused on belted tops and dresses, leather tunics and blazers which gave his collection a very strong masculine-feminine feel. To say the least, Sander brought back the '80s through clothes.
If you're a fan just like we are, you'd know that Veneta defines luxury with their timeless dressing. Their collection included leather, croc coats, high-waisted cropped trousers, sheer-knit tops which were both colourful and black and white.
Photo Credit: Savoir Flair, Harpers Bazaar, The zoe report
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