Milan Fashion Week 2016 is having an embarrassment of riches this season with so many great collections along with many looks.
Versace showed restraint yet this was a great collection from Donatella, a mixture of the brand DNA mixing with day wear looks..
Ermanno Scervino went for the sleek feminine silhouette of soft fabrics.
Emporio Armani filled the collection with jackets and cropped shirts.
Sportmax was assured with a 60’s shapes and color spectrum.
Costume National was a unified collection filled with black and white.
Moschino was inspired by Chanel but in a playful way.
Prada went with strong leather power suits with short hemlines.
Gucci gave the world a new meaning for Granny Chic.
Bally gets a special mention for pants suits along with many other rich looks.
Philipp Plein continues to evolve to become the new Rock Star Designer with studded, shiny looks.
Iceberg’s Dr. Suess inspired looks were fantastic for those looking for something a bit on the edge but no over the cliff.
Les Copains collection felt inspired by Asia with belts and knitwear.
Antonio Marras gave his collections a touch of dark sparkle with strong prints, full dresses, and lush silk.
Giorgio Armani turned to red and walking shorts with tailored jackets.
Dolce & Gabbana paid tribute to Italian summers and holidays gone by with graphic prints inspired from the past.
Salvatore Ferragamo was soft with leather, frocks, and strapless looks.
Aquilano Rimondi displayed mini skirts and minimalism.