Cliff Notes Milan Fashion Week

Lost something? We’re here to tell you what happened to warm in more traditional fashion week in the world.

The Milan fashion week presented collections of versatile and since democratic explosion of Dolce & Gabbana’s prints, the proposal take from Ferragamo, which were not lacking were different style options for inspiration. In order to upgrade its radar fashion with the best fashion Milan, the website gathered here 5 trends that promise to shake up the structures for spring or summer 2016.

Transparencies

We have seen in parades of Gucci, Alberta Ferretti, Blumarine, Prada and Emilio Pucci, just to name a few. The transparency of time comes with lightweight fabrics and softer colors, despite the black always be present.

Color

As far as brands like Dolce & Gabbana and Moschino, the 2016 Summer gringo is the most colorful ever. The first brought a parade-beautiful-in homage to Italy, with tourist prints had their color chart. Already the Moschino, always a bit eccentric proposal by Jeremy Scott, put neon-Orange and lime green on the set, which imitated a car wash. Don’t forget the candy colors, which also won special mention.

Stripes

Always! The London fashion week had already opened paths for the stripes. Missoni’s bet on vertical and horizontal patterns, Max Mara, too, putting the red, yellow and the mix of prints in the compositions. We could also see the striped in some looks paraded by Miuccia Prada.

Prints of the Moment

Lovers of stamping can be quiet! Everything indicates that the spring/summer will be full of them and, best of all, with total democracy. Has the psychedelic look of the beach of DSquared2, Versace Super-Duper sexy animal print, the stars of Max Mara, foliage of Marni and even chess, MSGM proposal. Which do you prefer?

Classics

Despite the prints they have achieved their place in the Sun, the classics are still populating Collections.Black, white, blue, red and brown tones gave the guys at Jil Sander, while Giorgio Armani chose a palette all navy, pink and gray. The collection of Salvatore Ferragamo, despite breaking a little sobriety with some prints in stripes-look them up again, kept the same classic line: black, white, and blue were the colors.