But first, D & G did not hit the spot. Their collection was repetitive. Alphabet prints went on and on and on and the neons, and rainbow colors were the elements that gave a pop to the collection at the end.
MaxMara was appetizing with the presentation of sportswear that they know best. The color palette of greys, camels, whites, browns and beiges were tasty and the whole collection was never boring. this is a very saleable line.
Maurizio Pecorario showed a presentation full of embellishments with some basics.
At Albino, Albino D' Amato was influenced by New York and made clothes that will sell, sell, sell.
You will see beautiful dresses, long and short, cocktail and evening, and some daytime too, at Luisa Beccaria. The separates are very pretty. Gold was threading through most of the collection and was beautifully incorporated. The evening wear was breath taking and simple, elegant and quite feminine. This collection was well done.
Prada offers a collection that had great color blocking work and a twenties silhouette that any Prada fan at any age would enjoy. And of course the shoes, bags and sunglasses were the perfect finishing touches.
Fendi is always going to present collections that are new and different every season. Thanks to the creative minds of Karl Lagerfeld and Sylvia Venturini Fendi the presentation for Fall was full of new shapes and beautiful pieces combined with the leathers and furs and accessories that Fendi is known for. Any lover of Fendi will waste no time devouring this collection!
Hungry for more Milan, anyone?
PRADA Fall/Winter 2011
MaxMara Fall/Winter 2011
FENDI Fall/Winter 2011