Prada, Just Cavalli & Ports 1961 at Milan Fall 2013 Fashion Week
Milan Fashion Week has just started and already given us stunning highlights, but it continues on with top designers showing their fall 2013 collection. Here are more highlights from the Milan shows:
While some shows offer looks that serve as inspiration only, Ports 1961’s collection showed pieces you could already wear straight off of the runway and into your real life. From sharp tweed dresses, skirts and coats to fur sweaters and leather, this was how you can do the trends for your life. The colour palette was mixed between neutrals with a few pops of blue and red for colour. It was sophisticated, modern and very wearable for the woman who wasn’t to be on top of the trend without making a big statement. See photos of the Ports 1961 fashion show here.
On the other side of the coin, Roberto Cavalli did not tame anything for his diffusion collection. His big personality and vision burst though all of the bold prints and colours on the Just Cavalli runway. The very ornate prints wear featured in different ways in almost every outfit from head to toe printed suits to a hint of print on boots or scarves. The outfits were as young and vibrant as you would expect with mix and match separates available to give you a statement Just Cavalli outfit for every occasion. See the Just Cavalli show here:
Some are calling this collection an ode to Mrs. Prada herself in it felts like an informal retrospective of her style. Many of the looks were similarly structured dresses and suits with oversized cuffs and metallic belts and dresses that hung off of models. Different colours and textures were used to give each suit its own flavour from fur details to stripes to plaid. It had a very clear statement for the woman to slip into this fall, which will be unmistakably Prada. See the Prada collection here:
[Photos via Style.com]
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