There’s something about Milan that gets you dreaming, as if the entire city breaths out magic, its otherworldly feel conveyed entirely to the fashion scene. Milan Fashion Week (MFW) it’s easily the best place for femininity to be made made irresistible, for classic glamour to be imagined simultaneously modern and timeless, for sexiness to be kept fierce and chic. For spring 2016 the enchantment only grew stronger, a mix of daintiness, sultriness and artistry taking over the runways. Below, the 9 most ridiculously stunning dresses from the Milan runways. “Italia is love” and so is this splendid sheer number carrying Dolce & Gabbana’s unmistakable signature. Bringing sensuality to the Milanese runways, the embroidered black dress screams of iconic superstardom: See more: Dolce & Gabbana spring 2016. A dress like a soft coral dream, nestling all that we love about spring fashion: subtle sheers, exquisite appliques and the daintiest of tiny flowers. The walking dream was been seen beautifying the runway at Angelo Marani: See more: Angelo Marani spring 2016. At Fausto Puglisi, femininity took after the gorgeous draping of ancient Greece, the soft, ivory column dress transposing some of the old world’s charm into modern times, a partial cape building a final bridge between the two: See more: Fausto Puglisi spring 2016. For spring 2016, sex-appeal has Versace written all over it, the power house’s latest offering being packed with show-stopping dresses; amongst them, this insanely hot asymmetrical black number made whole with a thigh-high slit and a diagonal cut-out: See more: Versace spring 2016. Luisa Beccaria’s fantasy of a collection introduced many breathtaking gowns to the spring runways, this heavenly lilac and purple dress exuding romance through every one of its delicate ruffles: See more: Luisa Beccaria spring 2016. A multi-layered lace sensation cascading gracefully below the knee, Ermanno Scervino’s sultry little white dress marries romance with infinite amounts of sex-appeal: See more: Ermanno Scervino spring 2016. A storybook extravaganza, Gucci’s collection for spring 2016 was represented by a kaleidoscope of motifs and themes, each deserving of a place under the spotlight, but none more than this beautifully ornate gown drawing its own little universe: See more: Gucci spring 2016. The stuff of desert dreams, Alberta Ferreti’s billowy silhouette caught mid movement speaks to one thought: “all women are goddesses and they should dress the part“: See more: Alberta Ferretti spring 2016. Tie-dyed silks, chain details and plenty of skin on display paint the mood sensually bohemian at Roberto Cavalli’s, where airy and fluid also come to mean unapologetically sexy: See more: Roberto Cavalli spring 2016.