MFW SS15

It’s like all Milan’s fashion designer decided to play with contrasts: high-low, short-long, sexy-comfortable…and the list goes on.

The decade that overpowered the season was the 70’s. Lots of flare trousers, lamé fabrics, long dresses, peace and love.

Last season’s darling 90’s still can be seen in Japanese references (yes, Japanese was strong in the 90’s), cami dresses and all leather ensembles that could be featured in Buffy: the vampire slayer.

Just like in London, heavy fabrics found their way into summer collections. Faux-fur, suede, lots of feathers were also seen in Milan. Denim was the low in really high maisons such as Dolce & Gabbana and Fendi.

Milan is creative but doesn’t forget the working women. The new power suit is looser and elongated. Vests are also longer and can turn in to full dresses.

Length is Milan’s game. Influenced by the 70’s mood, skirts get longer. To compensate, trousers continues last season’s trend of shorter hemlines.

Btw, the 70’s is also bringing the low-rise back. Enjoy your comfortable high waisted jeans while you can!

Neck was the big thing for MFW. All designers draw attention to the neck by either hiding or baring it all. Expect to have a hard time deciding if you want to wear a turtle neck top or a deep plunge neckline dress.

Mood 70’s

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Japonista

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Cold Summer

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Denim Babe

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Do Leather Like Buffy

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Cool Business

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Low Rise

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Statement Sleeves

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Short Trousers/Long Skirts

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Go Sports!

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Neck Accessories

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Deep Plunge Neckline

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