With a dedicated menswear fashion week as well as womenswear, Milan fashion week (MFW) presents a massive program of runway shows, after parties and off-calendar events four times a year. With the aim of promoting Italy’s fashion talent to the world, Milan fashion week presents both the spring / summer and autumn (fall) / winter collections across any given year. Below you’ll find coverage of Milan fashion week 2015 and past years such as 2014.
A bold colour contrast of fluoro orange and light blue, a twirl-worthy skirt, and a cheeky cut-away: this girly dress has all the hallmarks of one that draws the eye. No real accessorising needed, being a statement in itself; but a cute bag with the word “HAPPY” certainly doesn’t hurt either. The outfit was worn by blogger Angelica Ardasheva in Milan.
How do you mix a 1970s sense of bohemian romance with pure contemporary polish? Just ask Eleonora Carisi. The answer involves a sweeping maxidress in luxurious fabric and a fitted cut, a pair of strappy heels, and some chic on-trend sunglasses.
There were delicate lace dresses and sensual sheer frocks, bold body-con numbers and gorgeous Grecian gowns. As always, the Milan runways were packed with beauty. Here are just 9 of the most gorgeous dresses from the S/S ’16 season.
A dress like this is powerful in its simple minimalism and retro inspired hue. But how to make it truly street style worthy? Add the right accessories, like man-style flats and sheer ankle socks with quirky embroideries.
Milan fashion week rolls to a close, but before we take our street style coverage to Paris, here’s a final roundup of the last day’s looks. From Chiara Ferragni‘s fuchsia frock dressed down with a hat and creepers, to Zanita Whittington’s primary red trench, there’s plenty to get inspired by. For more street style click here.
Highlights from the streets of Milan, day 5? You might count Eleonora Carisi’s 1970s style ensemble of blouse and flared jeans; or Ece Sukan’s leather skirt and cropped sweater; or perhaps Zina Charkoplia’s minimalist dress from C/MEO Collective. But then, amoungst the 26 stylish looks at the gallery, it’s hard to single out just a few. See them all below. For more street style visit…