Milan Fashion Week Top 10

Milan Fashion Week Top 10

A month hectic but exciting. September has given way to four destinations astonishing turn, we have presented the best of fashion in their own way. Before moving to the final stretch, we could not name what we left Milan. The Italian capital is known for his love of the colors and the visual, the slogan of this Fashion Week, “expect the unexpected” and that’s exactly what we did.

Milano, surprised us once again, leaving aside its opulence and eccentricity, to make way for a season where calm and the “less is more” are the undisputed protagonists. Of course, not forgetting the taste of luxury. Fabulous collections were presented in every corner of the city, but only 10 came to Olympus Fashion.

Versace: Original, attractive and sexy. Donatella Versace bared his soul is Fashion Week in Milan with a delicate and intensely feminine collection for spring summer 2013, which starred seductive gauze and lace trim.

Etro: Veronica Etro collection creates a provocative, sensual and decidedly Eastern, a harem where the charm of femininity and seduction are the key words. A traveling romantic and elegant, but with an inherent aggressive style.

Missoni: There are rare moments when Angela Missoni takes a leap of faith that dazzles her audience, and usually involves something that has been done with the wonderful legacy of Missoni fabric.

Dsquared2: One of the best collections of signing to date. Dean and Dan Caten channeled an influential publisher Peter Lindbergh for Vogue edition spring 1999. A trip fun and ultra sexy.

Fendi: Sassy, intellectual and peculiar: the proposal for Fendi Spring 2013 was one of our favorites of the brand in a few seasons.

Giorgio Armani: Everything was very delicate, even for the night, when celestial prints and dazzling crystals, exploded against the fundamentals of black and navy. They recalled the night sky in a magical way.

Gianfranco Ferre : Designers seem to understand the legacy of Ferre better than anyone, and this season, continued their work of architectural blooms add their eighties into something credible to today.

Dolce & Gabbana: Designers have come up with a winning recipe and are running with it. Again, this was a collection to please crowds. A proposal that is his walk in our closets with a fresh appeal informally.

Roberto Cavalli: And we are, in fact, to a season with a philosophy of “less is more” when Roberto Cavalli, King of the prints, opulence and animal print, slows the excess.

Salvatore Ferragamo: This collection was full of super luxury, all in leather and exotic skins, but was much more casual than the gold-leafed of Roma Giornetti presented for fall.