Friday, Sept. 25 and Saturday, Sept. 26, were day three and four of Milan Fashion Week.
Friday started with a bang when Blumarine showed its collection and it ended with fireworks when Versace stepped into the spotlight. Friday was a good day for Armani, Etro, Sportmax, Tod’s and Philosophy to show their creations as well and they didn’t pass by unnoticed.
Emporio Armani opened the show with a pant suit and crop-top-with-smiley-emoticon-on-top combo. Isn’t that just the creativity we needed?! I would definitely wear something like that to work! Office appropriate but still fun. And what to say about Etro’s show? Well, this show would have probably won the kaleidoscopic, bohemian look award if there ever was one!
On Saturday things got steamy with see through blouses, blunt prints and lace on top of lace.
The show I was waiting for the most on Saturday was Cavalli’s and Peter Dundas, the designer behind the Spring 2016 collection, didn’t disappoint. I love the washed-out pink jeans dress, the lavender skinny jeans and tops with gigantic bows on them. My favourite is this one:
Another runways show that I just can’t get enough of is Antonio Marras’. Floral, natural patterns englobe his creations inspired by the film The Colour of Pomegranates by Sergei Iosifovic Parajanov, an Armenian artist and Director. He was inspired by the Georgian Folklore and the region’s ethnicities. Bold, dark colours and soft, silky fabrics cover the models. The makeup chosen for them recall the colours of their garments, dark lipstick and amber eyeshadow.