Milan Fashion Week just ended on a high note. We saw a sea of kaleidoscopic patterns and colours rendered in sequins, digital print and leather collages. We are hoping to score some lavishly embellished, oversized coats and ultra-feminine frills-and-ruffles ensembles that were shown on the runway. Check out our favourite looks from the runways of Autumn-Winter 2016 Milan Fashion Week. 

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Bottega Veneta

Creative director Tomas Maier celebrates 15 years with the maison with a latest collection that flaunts artisanal excellence. The elongated leather jacket, executed perfectly by the house’s veteran craftsmen, oozes elegant sophistication.

 

Dolce & Gabbana

The design duo presented a fairy tale-inspired collection, reinterpreting some of the most extravagant gowns of princesses like Cinderella and Snow White. The couture versions of the grown-up princess midi-dresses, adorned with floral, castle and hot air balloon embroideries, are a dream come true for us.

 

Fendi

Fun fur is the theme for Fendi’s new collection. We are in love with the bright colour palette – pastel blue, coral, tangerine and more are seen in furry trims and flurry boots.

 

Salvatore Ferragamo  

Retro-esque geometric prints are reinterpreted with a modern twist. What’s not to like about a colourful winter wardrobe?

 

Giorgio Armani

Titled the “Black Velvet”, the collection updates classic and elegant fabrics with utmost precision. It’s without doubt that Armani-clad A-listers will continue to make waves on the red carpets.

 

Gucci

Alessandro Michel keeps us wanting more of his glam-up geeky looks season after season. The statement jacket also showcases the historic maison’s excellent know-how.

 

Marni

Our go-to brand for creative prints, Marni never fails to deliver. Think avant garde prints and silhouettes for the coming season.

 

Prada

From the menswear-inspired tweed coats to corset belts and mini bag accessories worn as pendants, there are so many reasons to love the Prada collection.

 

Tod’s

Alessandra Facchinetti utilises the house’s know-how in leather and constructed the collection around unique leather garments from trench coats and dresses to accessories, such as the newly updated Wave bag and moccasins.

 

Versace

Titled “Urban Glam”, the collection showcases designer Donatella Versace’s definition of contemporary women. The lightning bolt-like stripes sequinned number is one of our favourites.