Ultra Long Scarves
What better way to accessorize for the cold weather than a scarf? Quite a few designers at Milan Fashion Week had the same idea with long scarves that nearly reached the floor. From fringe adorned to skinny and slim to large and knitted, there were plenty of options for the fall accessory. Roberto Cavalli’s Peter Dundas used sequins to really pump on the volume on the statement scarf.
Ultra Long Scarves–Veronica Etro was inspired by her time as a university student in 90s London for Etro’s fall-winter 2016 collection. Using velvet, oversized sweaters and relaxed silhouettes, the perfect accessory was a long knitted scarf.
Ultra Long Scarves–A house known for its knitwear, Missoni was not short on elegant daywear for the fall-winter 2016 season. Designer Angela Missoni also took on the long scarf trend with Missoni’s signature prints.
Ultra Long Scarves–Tomas Maier created a sophisticated outing for Bottega Veneta’s fall-winter 2016 collection. Animal prints and belted coats were paired with long scarves in a slim silhouette.
The final trend from Milan Fashion Week is another accessory–gloves. For fall 2016, Italian fashion labels offered their own version of gloves with sheer, fingerless and embellished styles. At Gucci, Alessandro Michele created sheer black lace gloves–tying into the collection’s Renaissance inspiration.
Standout Gloves—Moschino’s Jeremy Scott focused on two themes–biker chic and couture glam for the brand’s fall-winter 2016 collection. The designer offered leather and crystal embellished versions of the glove.
Standout Gloves—Prada’s nautical explorer fall-winter 2016 collection was not short of accessories. Cross-body bags and sailor hats were paired with diamond print gloves for a ladylike outing.
Standout Gloves—Versace served up major sporty vibes with its fall-winter 2016 collection. Complete with headbands and color-blocking, Donatella Versace designed long fingerless gloves with athletic stripes.