The colorful Milan shows displayed vibrant garments and bright hues as models marched down the runway. Of all the colors, some stood out more than others. It’s time to take a look at the best colors from Milan Fashion Week.
Greenery is going nowhere this year, as designers dished out garments of vibrant green. Krizia’s green turtleneck is perfect for watching the Kentucky derby, while Sportmax’s greenery dress would fit in at Wimbledon. Sara Battaglia fashioned greenery leather into a skirt and crop top, ideal for a beach vacation, and Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini’s dress in greenery was made for brunch in the city. Marni’s greenery, floral jacket is perfect for keeping warm while staying stylish.
Go green with these fabrics:
Monotone Color Blocking
Monotone color blocking was popular this season, as designers like Agnona sent their models down the runway in different shades of the same color. Agnona’s and Salvatore Ferragmamo’s shades of red dresses are perfect for dancing the night away, while while Luisa Beccaria’s hues of blue matching set can go from professional to party in a moment’s notice.
Neutral tones were natural for designers this year, covering models in shades of grey. Agnona’s steel coat is perfect for rainy days, and Giorgio Armani’s silk coat is ideal for breezy spring afternoons. Lucio Vanotti’s white and grey dress was made for enjoying the spring sun on a relaxing picnic and walk through the park.
Make a statement and stay neutral with these fabrics:
Pop of Red
A pop of red could be seen in every collection, blazing a path down the runway. Dsqaured2 and MSGM utilized this bright red on jackets, while Ermanno Scervino’s sweet dress is marred with blood red. Les Copains’ beachy dress shows a pop of color at the bottom hem of the dress, and artistic addition to this lovely ensemble, and Giorgio Armani’s professional dress is made fun with a splash of red poppies.
Feel fiery with these fabrics:
The soft shade that is salmon was shown all over Milan this season. Alberta Ferretti channels a resort style with sheer salmon dress, while Salvatore Ferragamo does something similar with a salmon bodysuit. Antonio Marras ruffled dress is perfect for a day in the city, and Erika Cavallini’s long, salmon dress was made for a night on the town.
Savor these salmon fabrics:
What color trend was your favorite from Milan Fashion Week? Let me know in the comments!