Milan Fashion Week displayed a variety of silhouettes and styles, designers showing off their talents with asymmetrical garments and tiered ensembles. Let’s take a look at the top silhouettes from Milan Fashion Week.
From off the shoulder to cut outs, asymmetry was all over Milan. Gabriele Colangelo’s dress is half suit, half shift, while Roberto Cavalli’s dress features one off-the-shoulder sleeve and an asymmetrical bust. Vivetta and Vionnet both utilize a sheer split in the top to show some skin, while Salvatore Ferragamo’s yellow dress has one normal sleeve and one sleeve held up by a metal ring.
Change it up with these fabrics:
Garments were not fitted at Milan this season, with many loosely draped ensembles making their way onto the runway. Agnona threw a loose sweater over a flowing maxi dress, while Arthur Arbesser simply let the loose maxi dress speak for itself. Blumarine works the loose fit into a boho dress, and Erika Cavallini’s white dress with a flowing cut is a simple and sweet ensemble.
Let loose with these fabrics:
The top tier at Milan Fashion Week this year were tiered garments. Blumarine’s romantic maxi dress comes in three lovely layers, while Sara Battaglia createda stunning pair of tiered pants. Both Gucci and Stella Jean conquered the tiered skirt, and Vilshenko’s tiered dress is perfect for a long vacation on a quiet island.
Be top tier with these fabrics:
The wrap dress was popular at MFW this year, along with wrap tops. Agnona’s wrap top, buckled by a brown belt, is ideal for looking good at work, while Attico’s floral wrap dress was meant for dancing the night away. Blumarine’s simple wrap top is ideal for enjoying Sunday brunch, and Dolce & Gabbana’s pink wrap dress with green circles will turn heads no matter where it goes.
What’s your favorite silhouette from Milan Fashion Week? Let me know in the comments