Craziness at the front row of the best fashion shows in Milan continued this weekend. It was worthy to wait for the end of Milan fashion week. Here are the best fashion collections that can leave any woman breathless…and see you in Paris.
Displaying a horoscopic collection Peter Dundas, the Norwegian designer used zodiac symbol prints on demure evening gowns and embellished gold embroidered icons onto sophisticated floor length capes and jumper dresses.
In true Cavalli style each garment was intricately garnished with sequins, lace or delicate embroidery. An selection of the staple animal print and flowers flavoured almost every garment including flowing plissé gowns, short lace dresses and military style dresses.
Donatella opened the collection with a modern-day theme of Versace, looking on the social media revolution for inspiration, this season’s looks display digital symbolism, hashtags, @signs, emojis and emoticons are skillfully intertwined into designs.
Dolce and Gabbana
Viva la Mamma is the name of Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana Autumn/Winter 15 . The collection, which has been dedicated to the designer’s mothers and mothers everywhere. With a single red rose motif dominating the theme; applied with sequins to a chic mid-length white dress, went together with by the words ‘I love you mamma’ applied in gold sequins.
Giorgio Armani introduced us to a new skirt/trouser named the Skouser, simply a wrap-around skirt over a pair of slim-fitting trousers. For glittering nights, Armani designed the boxy organza evening jackets decorated in a colourful mosaic of sequins,