Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Milan Fashion Week Spring 2014 Trends.

The city well known for its attitude of grand sophistication and elegance opened with a relaxed side step from Gucci unlike last season’s moody heroines which set the tone for the entire vibe from Milan, Costume National returned to Milan after 23 years and DSquared2 took us to a Hawaiian Holiday through their collection. Here is what Milan has to offer spring 2014.

Slits. Versace, Gucci and Costume National provided the dose of sexy with slashed skirts and dresses.

From L-R: Gianfranco Ferre, Fausto Puglisi, Versace, Gucci and Costume National

Ruffles. On collars, hems, tops and as embellishment on skirts, this girly frill is definitely back.

From L-R: Giorgio Armani, MSGM, Bottega Veneta, Emporio Armani and Marni

Sports Luxe. There was a feeling of athleticism at Prada with the sports socks, Emilio Pucci used wrestler inspired belts and Gucci went for sporty chic instead of high glamour.

From L-R: Gucci, Trussardi, Emilio Pucci, Philip Plein and Prada

Pencil Skirts. Tight and a little fitted to the silhouette, the pencil skirt made its mark on the runways of Milan.

From L-R: Marco De Vincenzo, Missoni, SportMax, Blumarine and Antonio Marras

Wide Sleeves. Dolce and Gabbana are popularly known for their love of the wide sleeve, this time round, Emilio Pucci, Gucci and Bottega Veneta joined their love for spring 2014.

From L-R: Emilio Pucci, Aquilano.Rimondi, Bottega Veneta, Versace and Gucci

Tiers. Skirt length came down in increments at Bottega Veneta and at Fendi, colours cascaded and faded to the palest shades in tiers.

From L-R: Luisa Beccaria, Emporio Armani, Fendi, Bottega Veneta and Dsquared2

One Shoulder. Bold and voluminous on one side, Milan is about the one shoulder come spring 2014.

From L-R: Bottega Veneta, Costume National, Emporio Armani, Missoni and Gianfranco Ferre

Shorts. If its not slits then it is definitely shorts. Leg baring is very much in season.

From L-R: Bottega Veneta, Gianfranco Ferre, Dsquared2, Blumarine and Tod's

Crop Tops. Bra and crop tops paired with maxi skirts, high waist pants and skirts peaked out of hooded coats and dainty shoulders.

From L-R: Fausto Puglisi, Jil Sander, Dsquared, Aquilano. Rimondi and Trussardi

Wide Leg Pants. More on the high-waist than low cut and slouchy in the silhouette that’s been going through out fashion month, wide leg pants are gaining momentum.

From L-R: Marni, Trussardi, Emporio Armani, Gianfranco Ferre and Costume National

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