The Milan Fashion Show began last Friday and are still underway until tomorrow. Designers like Prada, Vivienne Westwood, and Versace same out with their Fall 2015 Mens Collections that consisted of cardigans, low cut jackets, and shirts that were in dedication to Prince Charles.
Each designer had a unique idea for what they want their clothes to represent this fall.
Below are photos and descriptions from yesterday’s Bottega Veneta, No 21, John Richmond, Marc Jacobs, and Salvatore Ferregamo, runway show.
Bottega Veneta’s show began at 9:30 a.m. on Sunday and in the fall 2015 line it consist of a play on colors combinations. The clothes are loose fitted and comfortable. Tomas Maier, Creative Director of Bottega said in his show notes, “This is not about meticulous dressing.” The outfit combinations on the runway consisted of tailored blazers, sweatpants, knit sweaters, and ties.
No. 21’s runway show began at 10:30 a.m. and in the beginning consisted of a spectrum of black, grey, and blue. No. 21 had sweatshirts and overcoats as the main clothing item. However, at the end of the show, the show took a turn and had clothing items that consisted of patterns, color combinations of brown, blue, yellow, brown, black, white, and also stripes of green and grey.
This show began at 11:30 a.m. and his look at the Milan Fashion Week consisted of tailored suits and Rock inspired clothing items. Some suits had shorts that were cut above the knee and rock-n-roll type pants with zippers, and leather jackets
This show also began at 11:30 a.m. and Marc Jacobs’ collection gave off the hipster, 70s feel. The floral patterned blazers, leather jackets, stripped pants, and fuzzy sweaters were just some of the items featured in Marc Jacobs’ fall line.
The show began at 12:30 p.m. Salvatore’s look consisted of wool coats, large scarves, brown leather jackets, and coats that had birds and bears on the front. All seemed to be outdoor/lumberjack inspired.
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