MILAN, ITALY. FEBRUARY 25, 2015 – Milan Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 1 is running, here we bring you the best runways for you to enjoy and check at the new trends for Fall Winter in Ready-to-Wear.
ANGELOS FRENTZOS F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
STELLA JEAN F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
“The trick is to change the theme every time and of course the silhouettes,” she told backstage. “We started out with Africa and in this collection, there aren’t any African references. There is an evolution in terms of genre and volumes and there is much more of a masculine aspect that I think really highlights the underlying sense of femininity,” she added.
“The themes were played out in a kitsch way in order to render the collection credible and to balance out the classic,” Jean added.
LUISA BECCARIA F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
She just introduced a more focused attention to the “practical” needs of her posh clientele, injecting a good dose of tailoring and adding more substantial and masculine fabrications like loden, gray flannel, vicuña wool, and tweed to her signature über-feminine look
GUCCI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
“I love the idea that a dress has a memory,” Michele said.
ALBERTA FERRETTI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
The backdrop of Alberta Ferretti’s presentation was stunning: a time-lapse sunrise in wintry woods. New day rising. What a gorgeous, optimistic point for a fashion show to start.
N°21 F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
FAUSTO PUGLISI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
Nobody has visions like Fausto Puglisi does. He’s always loved the brazen mix, but with his part-punk, part-regal, and entirely over-the-top mash-up, he out-Puglisi’d himself tonight. It was entirely intentional.
FRANCESCO SCOGNAMIGLIO F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
Scognamiglio has operated on the borders of Milan fashion week for at least a decade, never quite making it big despite the fact that the guy cuts some of the best pants in town.
PHILIPP PLEIN F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW