Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2015 : 5 Things We Loved

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The iconic fashion platform Milan Fashion Week that brings together the top designers of the world has begun. There was everything from glittery black faces, printed shirts, and velvet trench coats to transparent tops, fur coats and more. The models graced the runway by carrying the gorgeous outfits for Fall/Winter.

Let’s have a closer look at the designers and their costumes that took the event by storm:

Gucci

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Gucci’s new creative director Alessandro Michele presented his first womenswear collection. It was bold, and his experiment with more vibrant colours was quite visible. The red transparent nettop teamed with light long skirt fired up the ramp.

Fendi

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The grandeur of the fashion show multiplied many folds when stars walked the ramp. Kendall Jenner made an appearance at the runway for Fendi, and she was spectacular in a printed oversize coat, matching mini and furry black boots.

Robero Cavalli

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The collection by Robero Cavalli was another example of excellence. The men-centred apparels were a fusion of casual and professional attire, which is casual at the same time. The male model was impressive in royal blue shirt, black blazer with fur from inside and grey pants.

Giorgio Armani

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Giorgio Armani gathered a huge round of applause at the event. Its outfits were up to the mark for both male as well as female.  The models posing for Armani wore a black velvet blazer with contrasting grey trousers.

Etro

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Etro’s colour selection for the fall/winter collection this year was appropriate for the season (as per usual). Brown shade was extensively seen in trench coats, pants and blazers. A male model walked the ramp with brown long coat, matching brown pants, a black sweater and a long scarf around the neck.

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