Milan Fashion Week just wrapped, and that means the time is now to catch up on the trends that took over for fall-winter 2015. Can you guess which looks made the cut? From women’s suits to statement belts, we rounded up four major trends from Milan Fashion Week for next fall. Check them all out below!
Designers embraced suits at Milan Fashion Week with everything from relaxed fits to more tailored styles. At Prada, designer Miuccia Prada featured cropped pants and suit jackets in bold pastel hues and wacky prints. Wearing suits has never looked so stylish!
Suit Up!—Giorgio Armani’s timeless tailoring took the runway at Milan Fashion Week. His fall 2015 collection featured around 80 looks featuring pants including suits. Nipped at the waist with strong shoulders and pajama style trousers, Armani brought his own unique take on the trend.
Suit Up!–Presenting his first collection for Gucci, newly instated creative director Alessandro Michele offered a whimsical vision for spring. With relaxed fit suiting, Michele borrowed from the boys for the fall 2015 runway show.
Suit Up!–At Missoni, designer Angela Missoni went for retro styling and bold color combinations on the runway. The Italian brand presented suit looks with relaxed jackets and pajama style pants that looked quite comfortable.
The 1970s trend seemed to cross the Atlantic from New York City to Milan. But Italian designers brought their own unique twist on the throwback trend with long-sleeve, ruffled shirts featuring long and droopy pussybow details that are commonly associated with the era. Roberto Cavalli was in his wheelhouse with a bohemian, Shanghai inspired hybrid for fall 2015.
Pussybow Shirts–Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele made looks that seemed to channel a Wes Anderson heroine with kitschy styling and retro color combinations. Michele embraced pussy bow shirts underneath sweater vests for the autumn.
Pussybow Shirts–At his rumored final collection for Emilio Pucci, Peter Dundas created a rock and roll infused outing of sexy looks with celestial inspiration. Models channeled Stevie Nicks in updated pussybow shirts and capes.
Pussybow Shirts—DSquared2 looked to British aristocracy and Native American style for a style mash-up. Military inspired jackets paired with tribal accessories and formal shirts made quite a statement for fall.
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