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Day 5 and 6, Highlights Milan Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2014
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Day 5 and 6, Highlights Milan Fashion Week, Spring Summer 2014

Marni

An electrical outage at Marni’s new show space in Via Umbria meant the models had to strut for the audience in complete silence, but for the beat of the camera flashes. The quietness turned out to be eerily prescient. It was the perfect complement to a collection that roared on its own.

Marni Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Marni Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Marni Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Dolce & Gabbana

The designers were inspired this time by ancient Sicilian temples, including the region’s coins and decorations–all of which featured into the collection, sometimes more literally than others. Feminine dresses were printed with lithography of temple ruins and Sicilian ceramics, or adorned with three-dimensional almond tree flowers inspired by the Sicilian scenery.

Dolce Gabbana Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Dolce Gabbana Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Dolce Gabbana Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

MSGM

Massimo Giorgetti is swiftly rising to the coveted status of Milan’s hottest young designer. In just a few short seasons, he has run circles around both emerging designers and beacons of luxury ready-to-wear with his fresh, fun approach.

MSGM Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014  MSGM Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

MSGM Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Missoni

Angela Missoni titled her spring show ‘pop’n’xotic fantasy’, a hybrid term for a programme that mixed and matched patterns, colours and themes. The silhouette may have begun with the slim contours of a long pencil, but Missoni quickly brought in the wrapped constructions of Indian saris and Indonesian sarongs.

Missoni Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014  Missoni Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Missoni Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo creative director Massimiliano Giornetti ticked every box that could possibly be necessary for the discerning clientele of this Florentine luxury leather goods house. At its core, the collection was tame and toned down.

Salvatore Ferragamo Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Salvatore Ferragamo Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Salvatore Ferragamo Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Giorgio Armani

Nothing better to close our Fashion Week at Milan than, Giorgio Armani. It was also MFW’s last big show, which probably had a lot of people relieved, whether they were headed home or to Paris. Armani didn’t go experimental the way some designers have this season but rather, he went in a light, fluid, and relaxed direction.

Armani Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

Armani Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014 Armani Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2014

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