- Emilio Pucci -
A gloriously vibrant collection full of colour and stunning threadwork, these boho looks would make Esmeralda jealous. Isabel Marant style prints and shapes such as the heavily fringed poncho; expect to see a sea of Emilio Pucci on the fields of Coachella this season, whilst the billowing dresses in rich secondary colours at the end of the show will undoubtedly be spotted on celebs at Cannes Film Festival. Shapes for every woman and a style for every occasion, Pucci's collection is one to define next S/S.
- Giamba -
Blair Waldorf would die over this collection, and thus, so do I. A lifelong fan of Giambattista Valli, his announcement that he'd be releasing a little sister line this year had me giddy from the off. Mini skirts, high hemlines and platforms to make girlish legs longer and thinner than Bambi's, the urge to buy some spotted white tights is raging. A collection full of black, white and pastel pinks is certainly one after my own heart, whilst a casual centre parting is the perfect accessory to school girl chic.
- Fendi -
Fendi's show was awash with the monochromes and blues that we've seen across so many of the shows this season, but they brought individuality with different fabrics and distressed finishes such as in the sixth look. The prints in the collection reminded me instantly of Tanya Taylor's collection, whilst the use of leather on the third look is very Balmain. The bird-like feather dresses towards the end of the show are much more striking than the other looks shown, offering a sprinkling of wild Lagerfeld creativity. Legs for days and strappy heels to emphasise this further, Fendi's collection is definitely one to look to for those sizzling summer nights.
- Bottega Veneta -
A significantly more toned down collection than the others shown during Milan Fashion Week, Bottega Veneta have presented clothes that are timeless in their colour and cut, whilst still maintaining some freshness and personality, such as in the tied bow waist of the second look and Jester style collar of the third. Our biggest print of the season is making another appearance - buy your gingham now ladies. Though never straying too far from shades of grey, one of my favourite looks has to be the pale yellow trench on the bottom left; normcore never looked appealing.
(All images have been taken from and belong to www.Vogue.co.uk)
I hope you enjoyed this somewhat delayed coverage from Milan Fashion Week! Just think, every day is one day closer to Spring when we can actually wear the trends. Stay tuned for my final reports of the Spring/Summer 2015 collections ending in beautiful Paris, coming in the next few days!
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