This past weekend delivered an abundance of insane fashion moments, and since we know better than anyone how hard it is to keep up with the non-stop fashion month action, we took it upon ourselves to round up the key looks and trends you might have missed. The home of high-octane glamour, Milan‘s heavy hitters definitely delivered. From Dolce & Gabbana to Peter Dundas’ Roberto Cavalli debut, these are the moments you have to see.
Dolce & Gabbana
Dolce & Gabbana turned to Italy's celebrated vacation spots as seen through the eyes of international tourists for inspiration. Think colorful tile prints from Capri, lavish embroideries inspired by Venice and whimsical add-ons like velvet slippers and pom-pom earrings. Cue the wanderlust.
Giorgio Armani paired his classic Italian tailoring with a summer-friendly palette of red, white and blue, finished with tassled neckerchiefs, oversize hats and prim purses.
Peter Dundas made his hotly-anticipated debut to Roberto Cavalli with an ode to the '80s. Featuring stonewash minidresses, metallic separates and voluminous ruffles aplenty, the splashy collection is sure to be a party-girl favorite.
Missoni returned to sportswear this season, sending loud, signature stripes down the runway on knit midi dresses, wide-leg trousers and shrunken polo shirts.
Etro riffed on the bohemian trend by adding dashes of high-shine metallic embroidery and embellishment. The result was a decadent spin on laid-back glamour.
Marni's man-repeller approach to dressing appeared in the form of asymmetric layers, and unconventional color combinations like red and taupe.
The Versace collection delivered the head-turning statement looks the house is known for, with a heavy dose of street-friendly relevance by way of combat-inspired separates in a strong color palette. While the micro hemline still dominated, these more daytime-friendly ensembles are sure to take the street style stage by storm next spring.
Salvatore Ferragamo infused their modern approach to Italian dressing with equal parts femininity and edge. The collection ranged from head-to-toe leather looks to swinging knit midi dresses, all while staying true to the brand's signature elegance.