The Best of Milan Fashion Week Fall 2015

W’s editors choose the most influential looks of the upcoming season.

Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2015

Dolce & Gabbana Fall 2015 Mamma mia! Dolce & Gabbana’s homage to motherhood featured everything from rich embroideries and sumptuous lace to actual babies.

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Moschino Fall 2015 Jeremy Scott pumps up the volume at Moschino with ‘80s homegirls.

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Prada Fall 2015 Mad Men-era shapes were given a soft-pop update at Prada with cool gelato shades and up-to-the-moment fabrics.

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Versace Fall 2015 At Versace, a new Instagram-friendly logo treatment.

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Marni Fall 2015 One of the freshest ways to wear fur, at Marni.

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Emilio Pucci Fall 2015 What’s your star sign? In his horoscope-based farewell collection for Pucci, Peter Dundas had something for everyone.

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Gucci Fall 2015 A new beginning at Gucci under the creative direction of Alessandro Michele: soft romanticism and plenty of androgyny.

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Missoni Fall 2015 Angela Missoni’s tough chicks came straight out of the 80s.

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Bottega Veneta Fall 2015 Bottega Veneta’s Tomas Maier traded in the house’s typical understatement for Op Art exuberance.

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Jil Sander Fall 2015 Rodolfo Paglialunga livened up classic Jil Sander silhouettes with bright pops of color.

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Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2015. Photo courtesy of the designer.


Max Mara Fall 2015 “Model of the moment Gigi Hadid was a modern homage to Marilyn Monroe in this seductive camel-colored ensemble.” – Rickie de Sole

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Fendi Fall 2015 “Karl Lagerfeld added a retro twist to Fendi’s puffed-up puffers by looking to the abstract prints of artist Sophie Taeuber-Arp.” – Rickie de Sole

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Etro Fall 2015 “Inspired by her family’s home interiors, designer Veronica Etro brought mix-and-match patchwork prints that are reminiscent of upholstery to the runway.” – Rickie de Sole

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