Milan Fashion Week
Review: Fashion Week in Milan, Italy
Milan Fashion Week recently ended with a clear message, if it’s sporty – it’s in. From sophisticated separates at Prada to fluttering Bohemian looks at Roberto Cavalli, it was a week packed with exciting “looks.” Versace’s show had everyone talking, as Donatella Versace continued to explore a sports theme. “Sportswear is the future of fashion,” she said, adding, “To make it unique and luxurious is the challenge I took this season.”
Lorenzo Serafini’s explored decades gone by with styles reminiscent of the 50s and 60s, something of a signature since he arrived at the house two years ago via Dolce & Gabbana and Roberto Cavalli. A favorite among the fashion set, Marco Zanini, the former creative director at Rochas and Schiaparelli, presented a small collection for the Italian shoe wear brand Santoni. Refined and elegant, the clothing, shoes and accessories have a polished look that is both timeless and classic.
It’s exciting to see women who are really shaking up Italian fashion.