MFW: A Day to Remember

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Prada AW15, image courtesy of GoRunway.

Prada AW15, image courtesy of GoRunway.

Milan is almost over, but the finesse of AW15 designs just keeps coming, especially from fashion favourites Fendi, Prada and Moschino.

It seems that AW15’s spirit extends from the previous seasons, with a continued 70s feeling and an added element of ease and wearability, even the palette reminds us of cooler summer days. With such similar styles, AW15 collections are offering an ease of addition and transition through your seasonal wardrobes without demanding a complete turnaround. 

Karlie Kloss, Doutzen Kroes, Kendall Jenner and Lindsey Wixson graced the Fendi catwalk, showcasing a collection of soft leathers and muted furs in silhouettes that put fabric blocking and patchwork to the forefront of every fashion mind. The highlight of the show was Silvia Fendi’s replacement of the little monster with single stemmed flowers. Wholesome, yet powerful. 

Pastels were prevalent in the newly-renovated space at Via Fogazzaro for Miuccia Prada’s show, with attendees being treated to a 360-degree view of every model a staggering three times during the presentation. The catwalk was filled with two-piece suits in 70s silhouettes and fabrics, later moving into feminine dresses in candy pinks, apple greens and blush blues with surprising injections of acids and jeweled flower gardens. 

To end one of the most fashionable days of Milan, Moschino sent models (including Gigi Hadid) out in a collection that was energetic, unapologetic and nothing short of ultra-cool. Full of fun designs demanding the return of summer, the reusable pieces are perfect whatever the season.