Milan Fashion Week Day Three marked many iconic moments for this month of shows so far.
Paul Surridge debuted his first ever womenswear collection at Roberto Cavalli which received positive nods from the front row, Etro presented bourgeois bohème designs which will hit the stores in time for the brands 50th anniversary, while Versace’s tribute to Gianni Versace was the standout moment of the week so far with Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Claudia Schiffer, Carla Bruni and Helena Christensen closing the show.
Sportmax continued to delight the fans with their luxury take on sportswear as well as long silky dresses and skirts along with striped rib-knit body-con tops and leggings.
We are lining up to get our hands on one of Marco de Vincenzo’s souvenir T-shirts with their crystal-beaded seams and lace backs. We will probably layer them under one the pretty slip dresses.
For laid back cool look no further than For Restless Sleepers. Experts in glamorous lounge wear, the collection will fit into our Middle East wardrobe nicely with bold prints elongated robes.
Vilshenko took us back to melancholy mood of Russia. Inspired by a 18th century tablecloth picked up in St. Petersburg, the sentimental mood translated into dainty floral embroidery, feminine dresses and loose silhouettes.
There was a lot of love at Aigner show with the set and accessories decorated in lipstick kisses and hearts in vibrant pinks and reds. This is definitely one of the most fun collections from the brand with many show goers snapping the satin bow wedge shoes.