Sunday, 1 March 2015

Day 5- March 1st AW15 MFW

Day 5, March 1st
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana are masters.
This runway was dedicated to mothers of the world and saw supermodel mums, such as Ashleigh Good and baby Emilia, dominate the runway. The likes of Karlie Kloss were also there to present this phenomenal collection and celebrate motherhood. As always Dolce & Gabbana thrived on it's regal status with rich gold embellishments and the incorporation of rose bud prints. These pieces are the pieces of Queens who are ready to exert their power and deliver. This runway gives you the confidence to do so.
The colours were divine, the cuts mesmerising and the collection- beyond describable. 

 Belts are central and statement making in yet another amazing Marni collection. This runway is one that excels during the autumnal months with the use of blush, browns and greys to create some of the chicest pieces we will ever lay our eyes on. What I adored most was the use of snake skin (boots and accessories), one of the most striking patterns alongside the brilliance of crisp winter white.

Marvellous Missoni remains one of my Milano favourites.
These pieces are breathtaking and are unlike any other collection we have seen over the past three weeks. Magenta, tangerine and turquoise are unusual yet delightful colours to enter the Autumn/Winter season, we can only hope to see more of them throughout the remainder of fashion month.Jackets are tailored and oversized but the pieces that lay underneath are fitted and luxurious. Even the most structured and sophisticated outfits need a touch of laid back street style sass. 

These women are doing nothing but killing it.
Talk about fierce (and the return of darker than dark lips).

Salvatore Ferragamo
 These pieces are every fashionista's dream.
These are the ensembles that the likes of  starlets such as Miranda Kerr wear as they effortlessly grace the best dressed list. The cuts, dynamic prints and all over design are carefree yet powerful and have an overwhelming catwalk presence. The colours provide an insight into next season's trend report and the prominence of capes are ultimately a dream.
If there is a runway that can surprise us it is that of MSGM, unpredictable at it's finest.
These bold colours fall nothing short of beautiful and the over the top exaggeration of the added bows and excessive materials are too die for. Who would have thought navy and lemon, pink and orange or even yellow and orange would ever combined? These pieces maybe a little retro and a little experimental, but their show stopping presence certainly pays off. 

Which was your favourite darlings?
What a day! Dolce & Gabbana were flawless once more and the focus of their
runway was everything.

Join me tomorrow for the last day of Milano with Giorgio Armani and DSquared2.

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Saturday, 28 February 2015

Day 4- February 28th AW15 MFW

Day 4, February 28th
Roberto Cavalli
Do you remember the Roberto Cavalli SS15 ready to wear runway? Of course you do. AW15 just got even better. Roberto thrives on flamboyance but in the most sophisticated way. The colours, the cuts and the characters that fill these darling ensembles are eccentric and exquisite. Each piece is as striking as the other and has the ability to dominate the runway in it's own right. Ombre is back and the entry of ruffles and pussy bows are a welcome sight. These alter egos strike me as Parisian and fantastical, despite being on the Milan runway of course. They are radiant in every aspect and flawless from head to toe. 

Bottega Veneta
Tremendous teal is back on the runway and it's vibrance is as divine as it will ever be. Teal is understated in it's beauty yet phenomenal in it's presence. I love the extended shoulders within this collection and a new take on collar lines. The dynamic prints and patterns are simplistic yet a success.

 Emilio Pucci
Emilio Pucci is a red carpet favourite and this runway shows us why. It is inevitable that we will find pieces as such, killing it at the Cannes film festival in May. These are elegant and and breathtaking. Instead of solely relying on floor length gowns, Emilio excels in seamlessly sassy. Each piece has a personality of it's own and obtains the energy to perfect a whole look without extensive accessorising. Look four is an iconic shape and style for this fashion house and we have seen it repeatedly on the red carpet. The likes of Kim Kardashian, Miranda Kerr, and Gwyneth Paltrow are all beloved wearers of this brand, showing it's renown, iconic status within the industry. 

Jil Sander
So serious, so simplistic but more importantly so powerful.

Today may have been a little quiet on today's runway but both the Emilio Pucci and Roberto Cavalli show were here to liven things, and oh and did they deliver.
Which was your favourite?

Join me tomorrow for Marni, Dolce & Gabbana, Salvatore Ferrragamo, MSGM and Missoni- Sunday's are always the best! 

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Day 3- February 27th AW15 MFW

Day 3, February 27th
 Work wear wonderful has just hit an all time high on the Philosophy di Lorenzo runway. The tailored trousers and shorts (with overflowing sheer skirts) were simply divine. From pussybows to a touch of embellished, excess material at the necklines and integrated with an array of to die for colours, these pieces were so beautiful and so Milan.
It's all about sheer. Like we didn't know. These pieces are daring and experimental yet embrace femininity to it's finest. The exquisite hand made features provide us with nothing but magnificence. 

Emporio Armani
 Deep, dark sophistication.
This luxury fashion house epitomises the Italian fashion industry. Sleek and sexy, Armani creations are rich in texture and overwhelming in presence. My favourite is look three. Not only is this vibrant colour fabulous, the below the knee length, for a coat at least, is absolutely gorgeous. Paired with pointed courts, this is your key to chic in the icy months of winter.
This is the second season that Giamba, the younger sister of my beloved Giambattista Valli, has presented on the runway. As expected we were exposed to sass, something a little unique and ultimately nothing but experimental style. I absolutely adore the floral incorporation with limes and lilacs. This is the second appearance of these darling colours on the AW15 runway and once again in the city of Milan. 
This city creates trends.

 Sportmax is a runway that in my opinion does not receive the recognition it truly deserves. This is one brand that I find myself pulling off the racks prior to even knowing the  label. These pieces are understated, simplistic and everything we want in a phenomenal collection. I always talk about cuts but these pieces are something else, something of perfection. The shape of these skirts are breathtaking and their overall presence is outstanding. This is a collection to keep an eye out for.
Timeless and terrific. These prints and colour combinations are ravishing. 

 Oh Versace.
Dontella dominates once more and proves she is the major power player on the Milan runway. These pieces have the ability to stand out amongst the rest due to their bold and brilliant outlook. Block colour reappears on this runway through outwear and amongst alter ego's that once again are screaming retro. Look two and look four, worn by Karlie Kloss feel a flashback to the past. Sweaters and mini skirts? Oh please, is this a dream? We are ready for you fall. We loved such combinations in the 90's we love them even more now.

The Tods runway was all about statement pieces evident by this metallic skirt and burgundy leather crop jacket. Statement doesn't always mean experiment. This is potentially
 the easiest way to access and embrace new trends. Experimenting has never been so effortless.

Darlings which was your favourite runway?
 Versace & Karlie were flawless once more.

Join me tomorrow for Bottega Veneta, Roberto Cavalli, Jill Sander and Emilio Pucci.

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