Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week: September 21

Highlights from yesterday’s shows: textural details–some subtle, some not–reigned supreme at Marni, MSGM and Salvatore Ferragamo.

Marni Spring 2015

At Marni, the show opened with muted looks like a minimalist top and flowy pants cut from crinkled off-white fabric and cinched with a sweater-knit judo belt for a splash of contrast.


Marni Spring 2015

Known for deftly combining modern design with bold color and whimsical prints, creative director Consuela Castiglioni quickly amped things up, moving into a sculpted woven look with exciting colorblocked hues.

Marni Spring 2015

We would love to see a fresh-faced starlet boldly donning this silver-accented matelassé gown come awards season.

Marni Spring 2015

Embroidered appliqués and meticulously gathered blooms took riotous spring florals to tactile new heights.

Marni Spring 2015

Feast your eyes: Marni’s take on the sport sandal. Normcore isn’t going anywhere.

MSGM Spring 2015

At MSGM, spring was for the birds. Massimo Giorgetti featured an array of feathered friends—or actual feathers—in brightly colored prints and sparkling sequined accents.

MSGM Spring 2015

The thin-strapped apron top, a staple of ’90s style, is making a comeback in a major way.

MSGM Spring 2015

A spray of purple and yellow plumes adds a touch of humor to a modern-prep ensemble.

MSGM Spring 2015

A clever way to incorporate the sport trend into your evening look: the sheer hooded pullover.

Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2015

The tubular designs at Ferragamo added a space-age feel to shoes and handbags rendered in natural hues. These towering, ultra-modern espadrilles feel especially new.

Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2015

Once again, a tactile finish makes an otherwise clean design stand apart from the crowd.

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Jenny Yule

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