We celebrate the Milan Fashion Week SS 2016 in this last article.
Blumarine: various lenghts for a collection that focused on opposites. Big stripes and more floreal embroidery. Photo: Kim Weston / Indigitalimages.com
Emporio Armani: Like Max Sortino says “This collection celebrates contemporary femininity without losing sight of romanticism: thermo-sealed florals embellish tops and chiffon skirts, branches and petals are densely arranged on minidresses”. Photo: Marcus Tondo / Indigitalimages.com
Uma Wang: soft colors for a collection that zoomed its attention about the world of dance. Photo: Uma Wang.
Sportmax: let’s go under the sea with Sportmax. Bright colors like yellow and white on the chunky sandals. Photo: Gianni Pucci / Indigitalimages.com
Etro: we can appreciate the craftsmanship of the embroidery and embellishments. The collection is rich and various: like a dream. Photo: Kim Weston / Indigitalimages.com
Iceberg: big big stripes also for Iceberg. Brilliant colors on the patterns contrast. Marcus Tondo / Indigitalimages.com
Marco De Vincenzo: Great imagination in yellow, red, black, blue, white and black. For a girl who coming out from cartoon. Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com
Tod’s: italian craftsmanship dresses a young, dynamic and energetic woman. Again stripes. Photo: Marcus Tondo / Indigitalimages.com
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini: A fragile and very feminine woman. More prints are floreal. Silky, gauzy fabrics and more ruffles. Photo: Kim Weston / Indigitalimages.com
Aigner: The inspiration is about the magnificent world of the sea. Fluids and neutral colors. Photo: Aigner.
Versace: Welcome to the jungle/ We got fun’n’games/ We got everything you want […]. We can describe the collection with the song of Guns n’ roses. The collection in fact is inspired by the Safari, but the Safari in a modern and urban city/jungle. Photo: Marcus Tondo / Indigitalimages.com
BLUMARINE, EMPORIO ARMANI, UMA WANG, SPORTMAX, ETRO, ICEBERG, MARCO DE VINCENZO, TOD’S, PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINI, AIGNER, VERSACE, INDIGITALIMAGES.COM.
Bottega Veneta: the colors come from nature: spotted and drappled. Must-have: Cat-eye glasses. Photo: Kim Weston / Indigitalimages.com
Daizy Shely: she debuts at Armani. The very “best of” is the geometrical forms with floreal patterns. Photo: Daizy Shely
Antonio Marras: The collection is inspired by an exhibition by Armenian painter and filmmaker Paradzanov. Embroideries, embroideries and embroideries. Very beautiful! Photo: Marcus Tondo / Indigitalimages.com
Roberto Cavalli: the stripes come back also for Roberto Cavalli, but with animal and floreal motifs. Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com
Leitmotiv: the designers Juan Caro and Fabio Sasso use a new word for their collection. “printology” and “embroiderology”. Brilliant and various colors. The materials is rich: denim, poplin, 3D mesh, laminated yarns, cady, organdie, , stretch silk and mikado. Shapes are very particular and detailed. Photo: Leitmotiv.
Ermanno Scervino: lightness and femininity but also rigorous. Pure and neutral colors. A wonderful hint of green. Photo: Kim Weston / Indigitalimages.com
Jil Sander: only knee length. Thin vinyl tubes worn as belts. principally light colors, but there are also red and blu navy. Big hats. Photo: Marcus Tondo / Indigitalimages.com
Cividini: Fantastical jewellery. Brown, beige, white with hint of green, red and yellow. Pois, large transparencies and clarity.
Gabriele Colangelo: forms, shapes and cuts are really special and original. For new silhouettes and unexpected volumes. Photo: Kim Weston / Indigitalimages.com
Aquilano.Rimondi: Sensualy and sexy. The lenghts are above the knee. Colors are essential: white, black and grey; metallics trend. Photo: Gianni Pucci / Indigitalimages.com
Dsquared2: nautical theme from Diamond Head, Hawaii. The collection is multi-coloured, like the bottom of the ocean. Fluo sandals. Photo: Monica Feudi / feudiguaineri.com
Elisabetta Franchi: she always surprises us with her sexy, wonderful and young collections. Very short dresses. Must-have: gladiator-style sandals. Photo: Elisabetta Franchi
Grinko: Stripes, laces, a hint of a green. The designers was inspired by the world of social network with the hashtag on the outfit. Dynamic, techno, minimal.
BOTTEGA VENETA, DAIZY SHELY, ANTONIO MARRAS, ROBERTO CAVALLI, LEITMOTIV, ERMANNO SCERVINO, JIL SANDER, CIVIDINI, GABRIELE COLANGELO, AQUILANO.RIMONDI, DSQUARED2, ELISABETTA FRANCHI, GRINKO, MONICA FEUDI / FEUDIGUAINERI.COM
Alberto Zambelli: silver is coming back. Minimal style, rich of details. Photo: Alberto Zambelli
Marni: the word that describes this capsule is freedom: “bodysuit is the starting point to rewrite a new stylistic”. Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com
John Richmond: He bases his collection on different type of styles. As a wonan in the 1920s, as a rocker in the 1960s or as a punker in the 1970s. A great collection. Photo: John Richmond.
Laura Biagiotti: lightness, flowing dresses, sheerness and floral prints. Photo: Laura Biagiotti.
Andrea Incontri: the silver is confirmed protagonist of the fashion shows in Milan. Here we can see the classic wardrobe pieces are reinterpreted in the contemporary way. Photo: Andrea Incontri
Dolce & Gabbana: colorful , cheerful. “To Italy with Love”. In every outfit there are references to a place or a city: Sicily, Portofino, Rome, Pisa, Capri and so on. Photo: Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com
MSGM: directly from the world of surfers & skaters. The shapes are oversized and men’s clothes influence womenswear. Photo: Gianni Pucci / Indigitalimages.com
Salvatore Ferragamo: the collection is very elegance. He reinterprets the style from the austere Victorian age to the classic 50s, in the modern shapes. Photo: Kim Weston / Indigitalimages.com
Trussardi: Gaia Trussardi focuses her references to the greyhound fashion house’s archives with images stolen from cult movie Track’s. Yannis Vlamos / Indigitalimages.com
AU JOUR LE JOUR: color, fantasy, lightheartedness. The collection celebrates 50 years of Dash, as we can see on the boots. Everywhere stains adorn the dresses. Photo: Gianni Pucci / Indigitalimages.com
Missoni: It does not deny his love for geometrical and natural patterns, stripes or zig zag on colored shapes. Photo: Kim Weston / Indigitalimages.com
Damir Doma: this is his first catwalk in Milan Fashion Week. Silohuette diaphanous and algid, delicate colors; long lenghts for asymmetric shapes. Photo: Gianni Pucci / Indigitalimages.com.
ALBERTO ZAMBELLI, MARNI, JOHN RICHMOND, LAURA BIAGIOTTI, ANDREA INCONTRI, DOLCE & GABBANA, MSGM, SALVATORE FERRAGAMO, TRUSSARDI, AU JOUR LE JOUR, MISSONI, DAMIR DOMA.
Vivetta: from Paris Who’s On Next, she was chosen by Giorgio Armani during last February. Unusual oversides shapes, macrotailleur in brocade, fantastic iconic hands juxtaposed. Photo: Vivetta
Arthur Arbesser: floral transparencies, color matched, the shapes are mixed with each other. Photo: Giovanni Giannoni
Giorgio Armani: to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the maison Armani proposes the iconic combination of jacket and trousers in new forms and shapes, new colors and new style. Always original: the prints are inspired by the works of Marc Chagall. Marcus Tondo / Indigitalimages.com
Angelo Marani: once again in the catwalks of Milan returns inspiration from the sea. In this case Angelo Marani focuses his attention on the Emerald Coast in the 70s. Photo: Angelo Marani
Mila Schön: deception : this is the philosophical concept that inspired the collection. It is evident in the contrast between masculine and feminine details. Photo: Mila Schön.
San Andres Milano: protagonists, once again in Milan show, are the geometric patterns that embrace forms of nature. Here with “bright-strong-changing” colors. Photo: San Andrès Milano
Fatima Val: the style of Fatima Val is different but always true to itself. In her collection we can see a woman running through the ages. Photo: Camera della Moda Italiana.