Thursday 29th September 2016
Milan Fashion Week SS17 coverage for Spindle Magazine
We take a look at some of the best moments, shows and trends to come out of Milan Fashion Week SS17.
Donatella Versace is looking forward into the future of fashion under the Versace belt for SS17. Athleticism was the undoubtedly the focus of the collection, with Versace successfully tying the difficult link between sportwear and every-day, stylish clothing. Versace is one of many design houses now creating collections that cater for the woman on the go, and this season is a big development on easy-to-wear clothing that does not compromise on luxury and taste.
Fendi backstage with SS17 beauty look: studded hair, glittery lips and cat-eyes.
Not only the fashion elite fill the seats of MFW’s biggest shows. Serena Williams was spotted at Fendi sat next to Anna Wintour, snapping Gigi Hadid who was one of Fendi’s main models this season, along with her sister Bella who opened the runway.
Inspired by a barbie version of 90’s Linda Evangelista, Moschino SS17 saw models in custom made bobbed wigs.
Models off-duty during MFW
Known for excessive fabrics, pleats and ruffles to achieve a romantic femininity that has been dominating recent seasons, the Italian label Philosophy has once again shown why it makes clothes best suited for the sensual, innovative and elegant woman.
As one of the main powerhouses at Milan Fashion Week, Dolce & Gabbanna have taken some of Italy’s best loved foods and added them to a melting pot of festive tropicana. Paying homage to traditional Italian cuisine that the Italians are well-known for celebrating, the fashion house paired this with an exotic, tropical side story with fishnet dresses, seahorses and a palm tree backdrop. Expect spaghetti, pasta, pizza imagery and lobster earrings to dominate SS17’s most memorable D&G looks.