With the wrap of Milan Fashion Week, the fashion flock moves on to try the new trends unfold in Milan for the upcoming season. The Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011 is over now and the fashion shows introduced new trends to look forward to in the months to come.Milan is the fashion capital where creativity meets functionality.
This year, many designers showcased their latest and incredible collections which are not only luxurious,but highly wearable. Milan Fashion Week Fall Winter 2011 continued the story of brilliant colors, lavish furs, plays on texture, and fanciful hats. This season Milan introduced the idea of the feminine/masculine mix with female as well as male dressing allowing an incredibly sexy look.
From Dolce & Gabbana's rock 'n' roll menswear to retro dresses at Gucci, Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011 brought an invasion of romance and color. It included designers from Gucci to Fendi, from Versace to Dolce & Gabbana, Prada to Jil Sander who debuted Fall 2011 fashion that featured everything from higher slits and plunging necklines, to bold color-blocking, cocoon coats, and bright furs.
The Gucci's fashion show was full of 70's opulence, fur, feathers, jewel tones, python and great accessories. Gucci provided the fashion lovers strong luxurious sex appeal with a 70's flair and with intense colors of scarlet, ocher, violet, amber, and bordeaux to name a few. The looks in Gucci's collection included culottes, snug sweater vests, shirtwaist dresses and velvet blazers. The fedoras with feathers adorned some of the models along with beautiful colored fur stoles and collars.
Dolce & Gabbana is one of the most anticipated shows that hit Milan each season. For Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011, Dolce & Gabbana showcased models with bone straight hair and wayfarers while strutting to Madonna. They took the feminine/masculine mix and ran with it creating glamorous chic looks for the girls and strong flashy looks for the boys.
Thus, the latest collections showcased in Milan Fashion Week Fall/Winter 2011 presented a different message about fashion next fall.