MFW S/S '15: Day 2

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As days pass we're getting closer to the end of "Fashion Week month" and even though we're really sad we're still here to keep you updated about everything that's taking place on the runway!

So let's talk about Milan!

Max Mara & Emporio Armani
In Max Mara we saw beautifully designed micro-florals, clean-cut, slightly baggy outwear and a lot of 70's inspiration. The hems of the skirts were either placed mid-calf or somewhere around the knees. The colours varied from total black to bright fuschia pink and which combined with the colourful makeup gave a funky tone to the show. Giorgio Armani's show was totally wearable, casual and classy. The colours were black, white, grey and blue and the various fabrics were mixed together. A lot of jackets, a lot of variation of horizontal stripes and a unique approach to knitwear. Definetely one of our favourite shows of Milan Fashion Week so far!

Fendi & Just Cavalli 

Karl Langerferd's collection had so many aspects that I honestly don't know were to begin with; the amazing layering, the new geometrical florals (even embossed on leather skirts and jackets), the cut outs, and the futuristic prints certainly made this collection one of it's kind and prooved that Langerfeld is once again ahead of his time. For us the highlights of the show were definetely the fury-looking feather dresses and the shimmer covered "plastic-looking" T-shirts. The 70's inspiration was all up on Cavalli's show as well this season; Floor-length airy dresses with dramatic slits, bandeau-inspired scarves and handmade looking prints (poix, florals, stripes and hearts) made us release our inner hippie girl just by watching this show.

Dsquared & Costume National

The Dsquared show was really fresh and easy-to-love. Since I'm a fan of colorblocking I loved the first few attires that walked down the runway, but I can't deny my love for the slouchy pants, the denim pieces and the leather details that followed. The floral patterns were really smart and crafty, made to be adored and worn by any streetstyler who loves a good statement piece. Ennio Capasa's show for Costume National was an updated ode to the 70's -again-. With tones of suede and playfull thigh slits, the airy material were curve-hugging without being bodycon. The mini dresses and shorts looked classy and not trashy and the fringed details gave a beautiful movement to the pieces.

Prada & Ports 1961

Miuccia Prada's collection was a celebration of the unique fabrics that she used for her clothes. The apparent stitches were a really nice way of bringing the pieces together and mixed with the unique, mostly bright prints they created an old school yet modrn collection. The Ports 1961 collection was a mixture of crisp designs with feminine details. The military inspired attires with the transparent details and the layered fabrics were a great attribution of the warrior-looking woman of today that Fiona Cibani had in mind when designing this collection


Jeremy Scott once again left us speechless with his Barbie inspired collection for Moschino. With his joyful bubblegum pink outfits he -once again- made a statement as he reminded us that in the end of the day fashion is a great way of having fun. And even though many people thought that a few of the outfits might looked cheap we're here to remind you that this collection wasn't as much for the clothes as for the idea presented through them.

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