FASHION

Milan Fashion Week Spring 2014: The Looks We Love

W‘s editors pick their favorite looks.


1

Gucci Spring 2014

“In a sea of 1970s-inspired prints, this pleated coral dress stood out for its utter simplicity.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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2

Max Mara Spring 2014

“A little Grace Kelly moment at Max Mara, crisp and cool spring.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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3

No. 21 Spring 2014

“A pajama blouse paired with a sequined sheer skirt is so unexpected, and that’s what’s great about No. 21—it’s always a surprise.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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4

Prada Spring 2014

“Artistic collaboration with muralists was the starting point for Prada’s masterful blend of street style, art, and high fashion.” – Armand Limnander

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5

Etro Spring 2014

“As always, Etro puts out great print; this season it came in fresh, soothing colors with some added fringe.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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6

Ports 1961 Spring 2014

“Chic, minimal, couture shapes with a sporty influence all came together in this baby blue look, modeled by Maria Borges.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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Tod’s Spring 2014

“Alessandra Faschinetti’s new collection for Tod’s was inspired by the works of Gio Ponti, Burri, and great Italian design.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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Versace Spring 2014

9

Pucci Spring 2014

“Literally jogging to the club at Pucci.” – Armand Limnander

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10

Ferragamo Spring 2014

“Ferragamo classics paired with a luxurious snakeskin jacket.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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11

Jil Sander Spring 2014

“Jil Sander’s big reveal was a feat of construction.” – Armand Limnander

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12

Philipp Plein Spring 2014

“Liya Kebede opened Philipp Plein’s Saturday night show which was full of over-the-top looks worn by all the top black models.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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13

Marni Spring 2014

“Amazing ruffles and beautiful volumes from Marni designer Consuelo Castiglioni.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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14

Missoni Spring 2014

“Reimagined evening with the classic Missoni print and fringe beading.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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15

Bottega Veneta Spring 2014

“Tomas Maier closed his Spring 2014 Bottega Veneta collection with this stunner of a black dress—full of volume and texture for a warm midsummer night.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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16

Aquilano Rimondi Spring 2014

“Jewel tones and Gauguin-inspired prints on luxe satin at Aquilano Rimondi.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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17

Marco de Vincenzo Spring 2014

“Marco de Vincenzo’s tron-worthy graphic chic.” – Armand Limnander

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18

Fausto Puglisi Spring 2014

“’Welcome to the Jungle’ was an appropriate soundtrack for Fausto Puglisi’s hard-edged palm prints.” – Armand Limnander

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19

MSGM Spring 2014

“Shirting is a big theme for spring; MSGM’s take came in the form of a little printed apron.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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20

Moschino Spring 2014

“Leave it to Moschino, which is celebrating its 30th anniversary, to take the good-girl-bad-girl theme to the next level—always a surprise!” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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21

Sportmax Spring 2014

“One of my favorite Sportmax shows with pale colors and polka dots.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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22

Alberta Ferreti Spring 2014

“I love the way Alberta Ferreti injected a little bit of Mexico into her romantic silhouettes.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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23

Fendi Spring 2014

“Fendi is known for its inventive use of fabric and texture—which truly shines in this evening look on Cara Delevingne. “ – Karla Martinez de Salas

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24

Emporio Armani Spring 2014

“Light and airy at Emporio Armani where the soft shapes were reminiscent of the sea.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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25

Giorgio Armani Spring 2014

“It was refreshing to see an abstract floral print dress at Giorgio Armani.” – Karla Martinez de Salas

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Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2014

“Gold, bold, and sold at Dolce & Gabbana.” – Armand Limnander

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