Your Milan Fashion Week Roundup In A Nutshell
With Milan Fashion Week now over, our sartorial sights are now being treated to some Parisian inspired Fall/Winter sets. And now that the trends are jotted down in our Smythson notebooks – we’re going to now reveal round up the luxe Italian Fashion Week in a 3-part nutshell we saw stream through the Fashion Week set.
1. Dolce & Gabanna: We saw a steady stream of luxe and truly opulent gowns taking to the Fall/Winter Dolce & Gabanna runways. From woodland influences to orange balaclavas – the exceptionally crafted creations that we were treated to were far from ordinary. Domenico Dolce’s and Stefano Gabbana’s danced the fashionable fox trot with overly romanticized and quintessential styles that they are renowned for, and took shape in foxes, owls and wolves that were perched and bonded onto cape coats and crystal embellished evening bags.
2. Jil Sander: Our sartorial sights were treated to paired down femininity at the Jil Sander Fall/Winter 2014 show. Her minimalist approach to colder season dressing caused some shivers down our spine – and with her soothing palette which came in the form of icy blues and light lilacs, this garcon chic presentation was spectacular. Jil Sander’s range was also deceptively smooth with sharp silhouettes and lines that were unmistakably handsome – swoon.
3. Logo Overload: Logos had their moment on the Fall/Winter 2014 runways – we saw this trend not on one – but several silhouettes. From Pucci’s runway set who showed the brands signature crest along side intricate bead work on the back of bomber jackets, to Missoni’s typography lessons splashed across their skirts and Versace’s time honoured Medusa approach stamped on their staples – the monogram is back, and with full fashionable force.
Teaser Photo; Versace on Instagram
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