5. The Fall 2015 Collection from Roccobarocco mixed rich silvery-greys with bright neons in a way that felt vintage and modern at the same time. I feel like it’s one of the most wearable collections I’ve seen on the runway– I know I want to wear everything.
4. If I could use one word to describe Alberta Ferretti’s runway, it would be: romantic. With a passionate nod to the Italian Renaissance, the collection sometimes bordered on “costumey”. However, the flow of looks definitely made this runway stand out in my mind.
3. On every chair at the Gucci show was a note with a quote by Italian philosopher Giorgio Agamben that read, “Those who are truly contemporary are those who neither perfectly coincide with their time nor adapt to its demands…Contemporariness, then, is that relationship with time that adheres to it through a disconnection.” The collection was a perfect marriage between what we knowingly wanted to see and what we had no idea we wanted to see… With two color stories that wove back and forth between each other then somehow came together in details that would make any runway-junky smile, Allessandro Michele had his first Milan Fashion Week moment as the brand’s new creative director.
2. Philosophy by Di Lorenzo Serafini, you had me at cable knit cape…. This beautiful collection feels like a celebration in femininity! From the airiness of the fabrics, to the mixing of the delicate prints, to the ruffles in all the right places– Looking through the collection makes me so happy to be a girl 😉
1. Dolce & Gabbana’s runway was one of the most fun I have seen… ever! With a focus on the concepts of love and motherhood, the rose theme carried throughout the show was perfect! It’s really one you just have to see for yourself…
Other stand-outs from the Fall 2015 Milan Fashion Week:
Photo (and where you can find complete show galleries) found here.