Here are my 10 favourite Milanese looks:
Here are my 10 favourite Milanese looks:
Ladies, let’s talk about the Spring Summer 2015 trends. What’s hot next Summer season? I’ve looked through all the shows and catalogued the 5 biggest ones:
Keeping the color pallette neutral and clean puts the focus on the silhouette and the details. This trend was about to happen after several color explosions in the past few seasons.
No sailor inspired look in sight. The new stripes are graphic, mixed to other prints, head-to-toe, or just as details.
On the fringe
Maybe it has something to do with the Seventies revival, but fringes are back, totally ready to spice up your wardrobe next Summer season.
Florals for Spring? How groundbreaking. How funny flowers keep on inspiring designers. The flower print is still très à la mode, not sweet as usual, but aggressive and abstract.
Clothes leave less to the imagination, showing more skin than ever. Transparancy is a major Spring Summer 2015 trend. Time to be in good shape, ladies!
And another Fashion Week is over and out. Milan, you were fantastico! Here are my 10 favourite looks:
After attending several shows in Milan during men’s Fashion Week and following London Collections and Paris Fashion Week on NowFashion.com and Style.com, I’m looking forward to Spring Summer 2015. And this are the 5 biggest trends:
White is by far the biggest color statement next Summer season. From suits and parkas to slouchy trousers… all look better in white, or so it seems.
Au revoir, bright colors! The Spring Summer 2015 collections have a more neutral color palette, featuring mints, blushes, beiges, greiges and khakis.
Patterns are totally back: polka dots, vertical stripes, zig zags… . Wear them head-to-toe, like in a suit, or don’t be afraid to mix them either.
This is not a major trend, but mark my words… it will be in the future. New forms of embellishment and old live together with cut outs, passementerie, embossing and quilting.
Nothing new here. The bomber jacket has been back for a couple of seasons now. But next Spring Summer, this trend will be in full force.
What’s hot this Fall Winter season? A question on many fashionista’s mind. I give you the 5 biggest Fall Winter 2014-15 trends:
Lady in red
Red like fire, red like passion and red like blood. This color sums up so many states of mind, so much of what is happening in the world right now. Red ruled the Fall Winter 2014-15 catwalks and will rule your closet next Winter. Rouge, ça bouge!
Pure luxurious furs, from mix and matched to oversized coats… anything goes, no limits!
The Fall Winter 2014-15 collections are highly decorated with embroidery, taking on a whole new level of importance. Fashion has never been so luxurious.
Sports deluxe has been all over the runways for a couple of seasons now, and designers keep on experimenting with the concept. Think Lacoste chic with a futuristic touch and you’re ready to go!
Flowers are a common Spring thing, but next Fall Winter season designers put the print on cold-weather clothes too. Flower power! Even when it’s minus 10 degrees.
Arrivederci, Milano! Another Fashion Week came to an end and the Italians didn’t disappoint. From eccentric tomboys at No. 21 to a new Prada era… here are my 10 favourite Milan Fashion Week looks:
And the 5 biggest Spring Summer 2014 trends are:
Black & white
Black is the new black. White is the new white. After several color explosions last couple of Summer seasons, it’s time to tone down a little. Go head-to-toe for a maximum effect!
Feminine applications and embroideries on literally everything, from dresses and tops to accessories.
Bye, bye, skinny jeans! Hello, palazzo pants! Flowing fabrics and loose silhouettes are fresh and refreshing.
Ladies, you better start working on your abs! Next Summer season is all about showing of your midriff. Bra lets, cropped tops and all are mixed to palazzo pants, skirts or even an attempt at tailoring.
With lace and see-through fabrics being a constant last seasons and a commercial success across the globe, fashion takes it to another level. Perforated patterns are more precious and detailed.