Mixing Materials in Milan

Italy isn't only know for its delicious pasta, but also for its exquisite taste in fashion. Don't believe me? Just take a look at the collections of Alberta Ferretti, Giambattista Valli or Dolce & Gabbana and you'll have a proof.

After scaning all the looks from MFW I can see a lot of similarities among designers. There was a lot of delicate lace embroidered with flowers and shiny embellishments, tulle dresses combined with heavier materials like leather or knitwear and even satin paired with fur. To sum up, it seems like in the upcoming fall and winter we'll be mixing materials like PROs.

Now let's take a closer look at my favourite collections. There aren't any newcomers on my favourites' list, except Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini, which I haven't even noted since now. He described his collection as a mashup of Princess Diana and Siouxsie Sioux and just a glance at some of the pieces confirms the claim. With high-neck blouses and pleated baggy trousers he managed to show that era in an updated version. His collection is a combination of femininity and girlishness, which I absolutely love.

Dolce & Gabbana was magical too. The show was a set of different fairytales and Stefano & Domenico were the storytellers, telling us the stories through their amazing clothes. "Fashion makes people dream," they said. Oh, and how we dreamed. Dreamed about their princess dresses, hanging in our closet. Let's hope dreams really do come true.
Photos via Vogue.com


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