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Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2014 Day 2 Recap | Prada, Just Cavalli, Max Mara + More


Miuccia Prada was inspired by strong women for her spring/summer 2014 collection, using bold graphics, vibrant colors and a certain confidence to inform her daring heroine.

Max Mara

Looking to art galleries for inspiration, Max Mara’s solid neutrals provided a canvas for clean minimal looks with sharp lines.

Andrea Incontri

Andrea Incontri

The 1940s informed Andrea Incontri’s latest collection with soft modest silhouettes evoking images of romantic summers spent seaside.

Ports 1961

Ports 1961

Fiona Cibani envisioned an elegant take on the spring season with sporty skirts and dresses for the modern woman of Ports 1961.

Just Cavalli

If anything, Just Cavalli proved that the crop top is here to stay. With fun colors and prints, Just Cavalli maintained a flirty charm with a lineup that boasted a young energy.



The 1965 film Darling, starring Julie Christie, served as the inspiration for Blugirl’s retro-inspired look down memory lane featuring a cheerful color palette and girly dresses.

Costume National

Costume National

Changing venues and showing in Milan instead of Paris as usual, black and white added to the graphic appeal of Ennio Capasa’s latest collection for Costume National.


Karl Lagerfeld created a sleek futuristic outing for the Fendi woman, bringing together color blocking and light layers.

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