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Milan Fashion Week F’17


WOW! In Milan’s Fashion Week we see a lot of fringes. In our last post about London it was a lot of long lengths and asymmetrical fashion. So we are very excited to focus a little more on the fringes. And in Emilio Pucci’s collection we see a lot of colors and fringes in every outfit.

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I did it again, Fendi well, when has Fendi every really let us down?

Those boots were definitely made for walking, and boy are we glad those boots walked for Fendi. But as our eyes transitioned from the boots up to the waist, we see the belts again. And believe me we are not complaining!


Prada, Prada, Prada.

You never fail to surprise us with your uniqueness and far out creativity. We noticed that mix-matching different textured fabrics was a huge trend throughout this season. Not only has Prada enlightened us with her craftsmanship, she continued the use of (incorporated) belts in her line.





I had to listen to “Versace” by Migos on repeat after seeing Donatella’s fall/winter line. From the dramatic make up to the long sleek dresses, this collection was a hit.




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It’s Saturday night fever and we’re on the dance floor under the disco ball with Marni. Despite the collection being inspired by the 70’s, Marni included trends that are popular now. From floral bohemian print to checker board-Marni utilized the use of belts, fringes and statement.


Classy and chic. Those are the two word’s used to the describe Jill Sander’s collection. Though the looks were simple, the detailed craftsmanship was dully noted. From mixing and matching fabrics to utilizing big accessories Jill Sander’s snow was one not to miss.


Who doesn’t love Missoni? Especially after this season’s looks. Layering textures and prints, bold colors and statements! The line was feminist and empowering to women, making everyone that saw the show feeling inspired.

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Giorgio Armani killed it with the long lengths and the textile detailing. Not only that, we saw the bows, belts and asymmetry in the lengths of clothes. As we mentioned in our previous blog posts, these are the most consistent trends seen throughout the four fabulous weeks.



Work that waist! Bottega Veneta definitely wasn’t scared to defy the waist of her models with belts. As we noticed in prior cities, this was an extremely popular trend.

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Chat soon! xoxo