Deep into Milan Fashion Week, show-goers headed out in dresses of all shapes and lengths, mixed-print ensembles and one mod pair of heels.
They were dressed for business as usual on day 4 of Milan Fashion Week, which meant new takes on the suit. Most notable was a maxi-length split-front dress over matching pants, and a jacket and culotte set done in a painterly cross-hatch pattern.
With the chill of fall still at bay, the look midway through the Milan shows could’ve fit right into the Spring 2016 season. Statement making accessories punctuated spring-like dresses in light fabrics and pale colors, like a lovely lavender lace-up sandal.
A Color Blocked Clutch with a Mixed Print Look
Day Two of Milan Fashion Week brought out the bold-faced names of street style. Leigh Lezark, decked out like a high-fashion club kid in Fendi, Eva Chen in a very matrix-like leather trench, and Giovanna Battaglia lady-like as always in over-sized houndstooth.
Men’s Fashion Week has just come to an end in Mialn. The streets were filled with the créme de la créme of fashion showing off all their best looks. Colorful suits, textured coats and sleek accessories were out in full throttle. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite street style looks from these stylish show goers.
You’ll Smile Bright Looking Both Refined and Polished
Single-breasted or double? Tailored or loose fit? Floral or solid? Theres’s so much to choose from, so its been that the consensus via street style images is that men of style are now focusing more on the details than on complete ensembles. It’s all about the accessories.
The world of men’s wear recently descended upon Europe for the semiannual exhibition of the men’s collections at Pitti Uomo in Florence and men’s fashion weeks in Milan and Paris. Having just taken in dozens of runway shows and presentations, Saks Fifth Avenue’s intrepid VP and Men’s Fashion Director Eric Jennings distills the season to his five favorite looks. Think of it as your sartorial Cliffs Notes for Fall 2013.
“A fantastic patchwork military jacket with a jacquard knit sweater.”
“The bomber jacket is the must have piece next fall. I love the fur lining on this bomber as well as the intarsia knit sweater, and printed shirt and tie.”
“Astrakhan is a runway favorite this season and I love it paired back with denim in this look.”
“I love Prince of Whales plaid and how Valentino used the black leather detail to make this look very modern.”
“I’m calling fall 2013 the the season of the coat, as I’ve never seen so much outerwear on the runways. Brown is an important new color for tailored clothing, which is why I love this head to toe brown look from Viktor & Rolf. This topcoat has a removable fur trim collar and the cable turtleneck sweater has an interesting resin coating.”
Greetings from Europe! I’ve been traveling to London, Paris and Milan! The past two weeks have been a whirlwind of discoveries, new friends, and many new memories. It’s also been an endless fashion feast for my eyes as I peeked into the unique style sensibilities of each city.
London is truly the capital of street style. Parisian style is all about channeling one’s inner confidence, translating to a look that’s well coiffed and très chic! In Milan, the streets brimmed with glamorous fashion lovers attending fashion week. I’m deeply inspired by what I’ve seen and hope to bring European fashion inspirations into my personal style.
My outfit choices for my trip represents the casual boho girl in me as I brought a piece of the California sunshine to Europe:
Tuileries Jardin, Paris. Vintage floral dress and vintage blouse.
Fontainebleau, France. Nectar Clothing dress, Ann Taylor handbag.
Tuscany. T by Alexander Wang t- shirt, vintage skirt, Hermes scarf.
John Richmond fashion show, Milan. Ann Taylor tank, pants, purse and necklace. Calvin Klein necklace.