MILAN, ITALY. FEBRUARY 27, 2015 – Milan Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 3 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.
Now take a look at the Milan Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 3 runways
BLUMARINE F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
“We are taking the collection in an ever more chic direction which is always more elegant and more refined,” Anna Molinari told backstage, adding that fall/winter was full of couture elements — furs in a soft pastel color palette were like roomy sweaters, the lamé plissé skirts bore expansive trains, flowers stitched on to transparent silky bodices had a Murano-glass look and the magnetic metallic stitching of the evening gowns emphasized a sense of movement that was felt throughout the show.
EMPORIO ARMANI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
It was a nice surprise to see the designer use his Emporio Armani collection to explore vibrant color blends and more voluptuous silhouettes.
AGNONA F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
UMA WANG F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
KITON F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
SPORTMAX F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
The more effortlessly chic of the Max Mara orbit of brands, Sportmax unleashed an Italian “buttero” cowgirl-meets-Cherokee-maiden look of a collection for fall/winter 2015.
GIAMBA F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
“Today you saw my energetic side, the funny one,” Valli told backstage where models were cheering his name and buyers and fashion decision-makers were clamoring for double air kisses.
“With Giamba, I feel happy because I can bring something fun and more personal and energetic and young,” Valli added.
“It is fun to have red carpet looks and do haute couture for Rihanna you know…This is also so refreshing. I love contrast,” Valli said.
ETRO F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
Veronica Etro looked inward for the inspiration for her fall/winter 2015 collection. No, she didn’t put her psyche on display. Rather, she turned to the world of interiors and textiles for the home, an area the brand has excelled in almost since its start in 1968, to create a show that was appealing and inviting.
“I call it maximalism in control,” said Etro backstage before the show. “It is very rigorous and severe in its shapes, very clean. But at the same time it’s very eclectic and eccentric,” explained the designer.
ICEBERG F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
MARCO DE VINCENZO F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
“There is a sense of reality to this collection,” said designer Marco de Vincenzo. “Everything needs to be wearable without losing their sense of specialness.”