The spring 2013 women’s ready-to wear in Milan, opened with a designer, Gucci, which showed a collection full of vibrant and powerful colors, like turquoise, coral, bright pink of citrus yellow, bringing a more happier and joyful collection for spring.
Peter Dundas for Emilio Pucci, used for his Enter the Dragon collection, slouchy bomber jackets with embroidered dragons, flowers, and tigers, and silky bed jackets artfully tied, and kimono style.
It’s a collection that are bringing homage to the Pucci heritage — long, airy silhouettes and vivid patchwork-style prints — but also looking to the future, thanks to ornate detailing and Eastern-inspired undertones.
Also with Bottega Veneta‘s over-to-top fringe to Prada‘s clean silhouettes, Milan Fashion Week had really memorable moments.
I’m in love with Dolce&Gabanna colorful collection with printed dresses, tops or skirts. Using lace, embroidery, prints inspired from Sicilly, they made a collection so beautiful and complete ( they are also my favorite italian designers).
Also Roberto Cavalli cleaned up with Spring 2013 his signature brand of sex-appeal, with a collection in dark and light or all-white ensembles made from lace and laser-cut leather that simply looked like lace.
For sure, Spring 2013 from the vision of the italian designers is a season full of colors, with different kind of prints and fabrics that complete an outfit which represents femininity and sexuality in the same time.