September 22, 2014 12:00 AM | by Dalia Hosny
Shows to Look Out for at Milan Fashion Week Spring 2015
If there's one thing related to fashion I can guarantee to fall in love with every season, it would definitely be the insanely stylish and perfectly structured designs dominating the catwalks of Milan Fashion Week. The fashion shows are literally eye-candy to anyone who loves bold colors, prints and flirty garments.
Since following up with Milan Fashion Week counts as a chic retreat, here are the top shows to look out for this season (Spring/Summer 2015):
MSGM's Spring/Summer 2015 collection was a unique combination of soft silk and colorful patterns. The designs had a vivid identity with a defined mix-and-match approach to colors.
2. Dolce & Gabbana
If stunning isn't the right word, then what word would possibly describe the Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2015 show? The fashion show was matador-inspired and full of the iconic Dolce & Gabbana bustiers and reddish lace fabrics. Loving the collection is an under-statement!
3. Ermanno Scervino
With curves-hugging garments and flowery patterns, Ermanno Scervino's Spring/Summer 2015 collection definitely won on so many counts. The beautifully embossed flowers adorned on both the skirts and shirts was my favorite part.
4. Roberto Cavalli
The outfits and dresses introduced by Roberto Cavalli during his Spring/Summer 2015 show at Milan Fashion Week were blended together effortlessly to form a great show. The color palette was nowhere near ordinary and the collection perfectly illustrated that the Roberto Cavalli woman must be extravagant and a head-turner!
Donatella Versace offered a modern take on the designs of the renowned Italian fashion house with her Spring/Summer 2015 collection, introducing a hint of fashionable spring from the late eighties with a twist. I must admit this collection is one of the most distinct Versace collections.
6. Just Cavalli
It's true, the Just Cavalli show was an absolute feast of fabrics, extensive patterns and prints. Bold is just an understatement for the shining oh-so-Italian collection showcased at Milan Fashion Week.
7. Emilio Pucci
Knowing Pucci's love for embellishments and pastel colors, I wasn't surprised to watch the models walk down the catwalk in sparkly yet delicate silhouettes. One thing is for sure, Emilio Pucci’s embellished garments will be a big hit during the upcoming spring season. Wait for it!
8. Alberta Ferretti
The thing I loved the most about Alberta Ferretti's show is the new take on the all-time famous stripes print. Stripes were beautifully mixed with florals while sheer was decorated with embroidery.
Models walked down the runway of Dsquared2 in the sexiest nerdy glasses ever. The clashing mixture between the flirty outfits and the geek-inspired accessories resulted in a very interesting combination with a playful side.
10. Philipp Plein
Philipp Plein presented some extraordinary creations at Milan Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2015. The garments included full and flowy skirts and dresses with amazing colors. The entire fashion show was a beautiful piece of art.
Main Image Photo Credits: Nowfashion.com