Milan Fashion Week proved that the Italian city is finally getting with the times and catching up with New York City, Paris and London.
Dolce & Gabbana, Missoni and MSGM were just some of the designers seeing stripes for spring.
Designers created timeless classic with one audience in mind: fashion’s millennial generation.
Day three of MFW brought toughened looks to the runway, all with one specific woman in mind.
The rainy streets of Milan weren’t the only water works we saw at fashion week yesterday.
Fashion week has officially moved onto Milan, and although day one is just the tip of the iceberg, it had us saying, “go green or go home.”
Photo: WENNReal recognize real just as much as the rich recognize the rich. That statement was probably most evident in the betrothal of Nicky Hilton — yes, Hilton like Hilton Hotels —
Miuccia Prada pushes us out the door with her hurried –in a good way– collection for Resort 2016.
Phillip Plein showed his Spring 2016 menswear collection amidst monster trucks, motorcycles and a car exposure. It was quite the spectacle.
Andrea Pompillio threw soft, fragile shirts and silk scarves into her spring 2016 mix which lent it self to a bit of femininity for Spring 2016 in Milan.