Milan, you were breath taking.
Spanish influence took over Dolce and Gabbana this season. With Kendall Jenner leading the show, and models dressing like posh Matador's, it left the audience wondering if they should start worshiping Spanish designers. Deep reds, gold and black, swept the stage and was gorgeous to watch as the embellished ensembles made their way down the runway. Models carried purse like boxes down the runway, with dolls inside, wearing clothes as beautiful as the models.
Giorgio Armani began his show with a short Oscar winning film, of two islands off the coast of Sicily. The film set the tone for the natural hues that are in Armani's collection this spring.His light maxi skirts, loose pants, and fitted jackets were alluring. The evening wear was even more incredible with his light and shimmering. For the final model, she was sent strutting down the runway, barefoot, giving off a true beach like feel. The model also wore a crystal headdress, it could not have been more enchanting. I don't know many people that wouldn't want to wear those clothes while floating down the boardwalk.
Etro creates the perfect line for Coachella goers everywhere. With their bohemian style, suede shoes, long necklaces, flowy dresses, tribal patterns and fringe, Etro really does turn Boho to chic.
Max Mara filled the runways with whimsical prints, lady like silhouettes and an innovative version of the bucket hat. These outfits are sophisticated and wearable, and give off a very lady like appeal. (definitely my favourite considering I could pair any of these with my Hunter boots).
Moschino goes pink. Jeremy Scott did his second line for the company this year, and clearly got his inspiration from Barbie. From head to toe, the models were covered in sparkles, and pink. The dresses were huge works of art, true show stoppers. Now we can all be Barbie girls in a Moschino world.