milan fashion
one week for the next fall winter

Milan fashion week Fall-Winter 2012-2013

Known to be at the top, Milan is the Italian city most involved in fashion, as much as in the international creative world.

These last days of February has been that of Milan Fashion week, to introduce the new fall-winter collections of the most appreciate Italian stylists but also that of the youngest ones.

Frankie Morello
Autumn/Winter 2012-13 Milan Fashion Week

Frankie Morello presented his winter collection 2012 a  story that is a sort of evolution. The first part that shows   a man really rich with embellished jackets, gold studs, spikes and mirrors as applications on jackets and trousers. Interesting the suits with degradè effect for a non-conventional look. The second  part shows a man that decides to renounces all his possessions and go around just with shirts and pants in chiffon  and finally completely naked.

Lucia farruggio

Autumn/Winter 2012-13 Milan Fashion Week

With the notes of Giuseppe Verdi and the lyrics of Pavarotti,  started the winter collection of Dolce & Gabbana  F/W 2012-13 that is a veritable celebration of Italian excellence. The male sartorial tradition evolves to modern  with new cuts, volumes and proportions. The collection remind to the past like the  Sicilian “tistera”the mantella that wore the herdmen, and the classic hat “coppola”. Interesting the use of woven that resume embroidery of baroque churches. The result is a man between the past and future, between the classical and the modern, between craftsmanship and technology.

Lucia Farruggio

Spring 2012, Milan Fashion Week.

For Spring/Summer 2012,  the designer Neil Barrett presented a collection that mixed the hardness of rock ‘n’ roll with the same sharp tailoring he’s become known for over the years. With a relatively safe color palette that consisted mostly of black, grey, green and camel. Here some pictures of the fashion show

Spring 2012, Milan Fashion Week.

Creative director Sarah Burton’s latest collection for Alexander McQueen combines traditional British items with a retro 70s-esque vibe, producing a rather flamboyant, playful-yet-elegant collection. The range almost seems like a homage to the late designer, who Burton worked with for 16 years before he passed away, with the eccentric but gentlemanly tops and tails, trench coats and theatrical frock coats are being reminiscent of past collections, despite being in subtly different new shapes. Here the video and some pictures of the fashion show