MILAN, ITALY. MARCH 1, 2015 – Milan Fashion Week F/W 2015 RTW Day 5 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 5 runways
MARNI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
This was a streamlined show that had a razor sharp precision to its execution. The effect was achieved by Castiglioni’s clever choice to use thick fabrics that she then placed, almost like paneling, over the models’ bodies.
MASSIMO REBECCHI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
JOHN RICHMOND F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
LAURA BIAGIOTTI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
DOLCE & GABBANA F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
Dolce & Gabbana Winter 2016 Womens Fashion Show was inspired by The Mother, the heart of the family.
The Designers had a very intimate and personal approach when creating this collection, because the image of the mother that inspired them, comes from their own memories as children and they explored it from an aesthetic point of view. The collection is very sensual, but at the same time iconic of the DNA of Dolce & Gabbana.
MSGM F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
“The leather lace was made exclusively for us and it is interesting because it is a spirograph. The whole collection is made in Italy — all our stuff is — from the sweatshirts to the embroidery,” Giorgetti told backstage, adding that patchwork was a fundamental aspect.
“There is intricate wool patchwork and patchwork of furs like astrakhan,” he added.
SALVATORE FERRAGAMO F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
Ferragamo isn’t a brand bothered by trends. Massimiliano Giornetti, its creative director, has been steering in a classic but not conservative direction of late—call it minimal-ish—after earlier, glitzier collections.
TRUSSARDI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
“I really felt the need to go to essentialism and purity,” she said backstage before her show today. “Let’s call it neo-minimalism, because of this cultural too-much that I am breathing at the moment. Too much information, too much stimulation.”
AU JOUR LE JOUR F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
The Au Jour Le Jour woman is clearly growing up—or whatever playing the disco queen means. “It is a natural process,” said designers Mirko Fontana and Diego Marquez backstage. “As we are growing up ourselves, we want the collection to evolve. This season, for instance, we avoided our trademark overblown prints and went for a personal take on glamour.”
MISSONI F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW
I’M ISOLA MARRAS F/W 2015 MILAN FASHION WEEK RTW