Top 5 Hottest Trends For Next Autumn From Milan Fashion Week
It’s been another exciting week looking at the latest fashions at Milan Fashion week. With mouthwatering designs from our favourite designers to surprising new contenders in the fashion ring, we’ve been spoilt for choice. If there’s two things the Italians know how to do well is fashion and vineyards. Milan Fashion Weeks commands the presence of all the big fashion houses, and we’re excited to show your the hottest trends for autumn 2017.
Bottega Veneta Goes Sharp
The autumn winter collection by Bottega Veneta goes sharp and formal with appeal for both men and women. The theme collectively is structured to start at the shoulders and finish in a sharp line. The colours featured were yellows, blues, camel brown and metallics. The collection has items for every occasion from oversized faux fur coats and large blanket style jackets. The looks are tied together with cinched in waists and oversized features such as lapels and pockets.
Roberto Cavalli Goes 1970s
We love the bold take on the 1970’s look by Roberto Cavalli in his auntumn collection. Sporting a range of warm tones that make you feel earthy and warm, there’s still a hint of metallic mystisce in some of the pieces. Most typical of the collection are long, flared and flowing trousers. We love some of the brave one pieces with a tribal undertone. There’s a sense of modern elements with old fashioned ideals in large fur collars and flowing stain like dresses.
Emilio Pucci Goes Paradise
This collection brings paradise right to you. The long flowing sleeves and chiffon fabrics make the models look like fabled birds of paradise. Decked in bright, tropical flower colours, anyone wearing this collection will surely not have to deal with winter blues. The collection also features some beautiful forest like patterns that take you away to a tropical and pretty corner of the planet. It’s a bold statement for the season.
Of all the collections in Milan fashion week this one was one of the most ‘gentle’ styles seen for autumn 2017. The colours are soft netural tones and flattering cuts that are an opposite of the sharper, over-exaggerated styles seen in the other collections. The collection echoes soft animal prints and unusual construction in some of the dresses. The styles give the impression of moving softly in the breeze. One of our particular favourites was the double print sheath with a split to the knee. We can imagine this collection seen on a lot of fashionistas, especially the tailed jackets and coats.
Special Recognition to Elisabetta Franchi and Italian Disco
These many designers who shine with their beautifuil collections, and we wanted to take a moment to praise the work of Elisabetta Franchi. This collection for autumn/winter 2017 was elegant, subtle and full of surprises. We loved the mix of vintage areas including a stunning gown that was reminiscent of 1930’s glamour. The collection is full of glamour that verges on old royalty with large coats and matching hats. If you’re to be seen at Ascot this year, this collection is sure to be the one to wear.