Week Milan Fashion knows no red carpets and continues with its regular programming. On Sunday we had some entrees as Dolce & Gabbana, Emporio Armani and Missoni who presented their proposals for next autumn-winter 2013.
In winter collection Emporio Armani succeed clean lines and smooth shapes combined with pastel colors make the clothes give off a vintage feel, also wore hats that some of the models take us back to the 20s.
Gabriele Colangelo's designs are characterized by clean lines and the absence of prints. In this collection, Genny bet the little touches in coats and hair and abs chaquetos air, a trend that we see in this spring-summer 2013.
The show must go on and while little or nothing is known since Vittorino Missoni disappeared last January, the family of the legendary Italian house continues to present its proposals both male and female. Yesterday we saw on the catwalk clothes with touches fluorine, white, black and blue with geometric prints and some oriental inspiration.
Dolce & Gabbana
Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana have been inspired by the mosaics of Monreale Cathedral in Sicily for their autumn-winter 2013. These religious-inspired garments comviven with other red and black and the traditional lace found in all collections of the Italian firm.
Very dark is the latest collection from Salvatore Ferragamo marked by monochromatic garments straight cuts and elegant. This lack of prints and colors that we look for in supplements: knee-high boots with cutouts at instep and handbags with square shapes.
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