Milan Fashion Week Round Up

Milan Fashion Week has just wrapped up and here’s a quick round up the most significant designers:

Giorgio Armani 
Designer: Giorgio Armani

Grey, the main colour for Armani’s collection this season, is anything but gloomy with specks of green popping up in between making the combined colours ever so chic and lively. The loosely tailored cuts make it so effortless to look great for work and play.

Giorgio Armani

Salvatore Ferragamo
Designer: Massimiliano Giornetti

With an autumn palette of  greens and browns and a mix of leopard prints, leather and fur, this collection is definitely one to look at for high fashion inspiration with an edge.  Turtlenecks are seen throughout the range.

Salvatore Ferragamo

Designer: Angela Missoni

A colourful and  chilled out collection from Missoni with fur collared coats, signature zig zags on skirts and brightly coloured tops in orange, turquoise, yellow and brown.


Dolce & Gabbana
Designers: Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana

Taking inspiration from the classic fairytale of Red Riding Hood and creating a story of its own in the world of fashion, Dolce and Gabbana’s latest showcase was definitely one of the best this season. The collection highlighted Red’s famous hood, the forest animals (including the wolf) in the prints and beautiful female knights to save the day.


Designer: Consuelo Castiglioni

Bold and beautiful are two words to describe Marni’s collection. The use of pinks, greens and yellows mixed with greys, cremes and blacks in bold designs and prints give the dresses, coats, skirts and other pieces of the range a daring, sporty feel.


Roberto Cavalli
Designer: Roberto Cavalli

Shoulders covered in fur was the theme for Cavalli’s collection. While the colour palette consisted of just red, black, white and grey, the silhouettes of the sexy dresses and trouser suits will make every woman pine for the lifestyle this collection is intended for.

Roberto Cavalli

Designer: Donatella Versace

The tailored trouser suits, military jackets and dresses and fitted dresses with asymmetric hemlines in this collection had a very youthful feel to it and didn’t really follow the trends of this season. Teal, red, white and black were the main colours for Versace this season.


Designer: Jeremy Scott

This is definitely one of the loudest and most talked about collections at Milan Fashion Week this season. SpongeBob SquarePants, McDonald’s and Hershey’s chocolate bars were just some of the inspirations for this collection.

Moschino collage

Designer: Miuccia Prada

The collection consisted of oversized fur lined jackets and coats and geo print dresses in bright spurts of mustard, purple and red.


Designer: Karl Lagerfeld

The collection consisted very layered looks and heavy parka jackets, perfect for outdoor winter lifestyles. The riding skirts and hooded coats were seen in typical winter palettes of blue, bottle green, black and brown with a hint of pink.


Designer: Frida Giannini

A collection of cool colours and very feminine cuts, this range of A-line dresses and jeans and trousers paired with jackets and fur coats and knee high boots depicts a very sixties girly look in colours of green, pink, blue and yellow.


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