- Francesco Scognamiglio
Remember the Couture show? Well, it´s like it minus embroidery, shorter and killer over-the-knee boots.
- Cristiano Burani
Geometric, stipes, velvet...
Florals, collars, and the fantasy that occurs in Alessandro Michele mind.
- Alberta Ferretti
The magical capes of Alberta Ferretti... and the finale? The days of the week sweaters.
- N° 21
Transparent layers, embroideries and the suit.
- Fausto Puglisi
Wide hats, suns embroidered and layering bold colors and black.
- Max Mara
I always say Max Mara is one of the most polished and elegant brands, who doesn´t dream of having one of their oversized camel coats? This season thay also added other materials such as velvet, but the basics are always there.
- Luisa Beccaria
Out of the woods? The collection included some of the trends of the seasons, velvet and micro-flowers.
Cherry red, electric blue, and the highlight to me, the sunglasses.
- Emilio Pucci
Solid hues that move and swing, asymentries and jersey.
Straight from the paperback novels of the 60´s.
Cardboard fashion, cause everything is recicled at Moschino.
- Diesel Black Gold
- Emporio Armani
- Marco De Vincenzo
- Bottega Venetta
- Antonio Marras
- Jil Sander
- Philosophy di Lorenzo
According to the designer Francesco Risso "It looks very Italia, with a 70´s vibe".
- Stella Jean
The key is on bringing down the Italian opulence with brown tones.
Noir stories in technicolor. We love the shapes the, the colors, and the floor!
- Salvatore Ferragamo
Minimalism. The perfect black dress, coats and suits everybody needs.
-Dolce & Gabbana
D&G Millennials are back! This time it´s bigger with the precense of names such as Aimee Song, Negin Mirsalehi, Charlotte Olympia, Kristina Bazan, Helena Bordon, Harley Viera Newton, the Smiths and many, many more! The clothes? The usual for Dolce, flowers, gold crowns and cats.
- Sara Battaglia
Giovanna Battaglias sister, who has been designing handbags for a while, is now doing easy to wear clothes.
- Giorgio Armani
Black with a pop of color. A lot of embroidery to be a ready-to-wear collection.