Here are the first five SS2016 trends you cannot miss from the Milan Fashion Week. Let’s find out what will be the must-have pieces for the next season.
Suits – Prada proposes suits entirely covered with appliqué and contrasting trimming; see Gucci’s floral prints with maxi bow; a bow also on the suit by Moschino, in bright nuances; total black for the suit by Costume National, with a skirt-gilet; Fay’s number mixes prints and fabrics.
Slip dress – seducing black sheerness for Francesco Scognamiglio; the dress by Gucci is like a sculpture made with ruffles; draping and ribbons at N°21; bare shoulders for the long floral dress by Luisa Beccaria; lingerie effect for the minidress by Simonetta Ravizza.
Mannish – jacquard, in bright yellow, for the pantsuit by Gucci, pink for the design by Emporio Armani; the minimal number by Costume National features an oversize jacket; camouflage print for the suit by Bottega Veneta; entirely covered by star motifs is the style proposed by Max Mara, featuring a double-breasted jacket.
Miniskirt – fitted underneath, looser and embroidered outside, by Fendi; see the striped lurex mini by Giamba; or the miniskirt by Costume National with front slit; Fausto Puglisi’s mini scattered with colored seashells and the wrap miniskirt with black floral motifs by Blumarine.
Jumpsuit – striped, strapless and super-fitted, see Giamba; the loose lurex number by Emporio Armani; with front buttoning and flared pants and ruffles by Simonetta Ravizza; in bright yellow, overalls-style, by Sportmax; and finally a plunging neckline for the jumpsuit by Genny.
Let’s see how designers have interpreted these trends on the runways also Sunday 27th
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