4 Surprising Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2015 Trends

Covered Up

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It may be spring, but in Milan, a few designers showed that showing less skin pays off even in warm weather looks. Giorgio Armani’s sea sirens kept it demure in light overcoats paired with mannish inspired shoes and wide-legged trousers as well as culotte cuts.

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Covered Up–At Missoni, designer Angela Missoni found inspiration in summer dressing with light layering that was more about protecting skin from the sun rather than exposing it. Colorful, ombre effects brought an almost watercolor look to the spring showing.

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Covered UpDolce & Gabbana’s Sicilian beauties had some Spanish influence for spring 2015 with an elegant outing featuring plenty of rose and heart motifs. From ladylike lace to sheer coverups, it was all about keeping a woman’s modesty.

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Covered Up–Miuccia Prada found influence in old world techniques such as brocades and embroideries for the label’s spring 2015 collection. It also meant that skirts and outerwear remained at mid to maxi length for quite the powerful statement.

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