High Collars. Collars were high emphasising the Edwardian feel through out the International collections.
|From L-R: Francesco Scognamilio, Gucci, Alberta Ferreti, Fendi and Just Cavalli|
Tartan. Blame it on Chanel for the pre-fall collection held in the Scottish highlands for more than one Milanese designers paid odes to the Scottish turning the runways into a veritable tribe.
|From L-R: Alberta Ferreti, Fausto Puglisi, Antonio Marras, Moschino and Gucci|
Colourful Fur. Fur was definitely in the air as designers embraced full on pelts with a vengeance to create wholly new hybrids in colour.
|From L-R: DSquared, Just Cavalli, Fendi, Marni and Roberto Cavalli|
Monochrome. The classic trend is still going strong for fall.
|From L-R: Alberta Ferreti, DSquared, Blumarine, Moschino and Francesco Scognamilio|
Stripes. Stripes were holding court when it came to Milan Fashion Week.
|From L-R: Iceberg, Prada, Emilio Pucci, MaxMara and Moschino|
Slits. Next fall will be about thigh baring with slit slashed dresses, skirts and coats.
|From L-R: Etro, Versace, Anthony Vaccarello, Gianfranco Ferre and Emporio Armani|
Leather. Candy coloured, supple as cotton, and possessive of an inner steel, leather gave a little edge to the everyday look.
|From L-R: Ports 1961, Blumarine, Prada, Versace and DSquared|
Evening Glamour. Evening wear was ethereal and embraced the body beautifully with body conscious gowns.
|From L-R: Gucci, Alberta Ferreti,Ermanno Scervino ,DSquared and Etro|
Off the Shoulder. It’s about wearing that fall off the shoulder with strapless dresses and tops for elegance.
|From L-R: Ermanno Scervino, Jil Sanders, Aquilano Rimondi, Genny and Etro|
Tunic Dresses. Winter silhouettes will be short and saucy with cute little tunic dresses to make everything better.
|From L-R: Roberto Cavalli, Giorgio Armani, Emilio Pucci, Dolce and Gabbana and Moschino|