Milan Fashion Week SS'13:
There was a definite oriental theme going on for Prada's SS'13 collection, with spray painted floral prints, lots of fur and daisies. The clothes however, although interesting on their own, were enhanced by the accessories and this is probably the reason that the collection appealed to me so much as a whole - not because I would wear them, but rather just to sit and admire; Sock shoes with thong bow detailing in white, blush and metallic made the models feet look a little hoof-like and strange if I'm being honest. The platform sock shoes with floral detailing and cute blush fastenings made the concept a little more wearable, however still perhaps a little too daring for myself. Absolutely amazing to admire though! Then on to the bags - oh the bags. I loved the mini clutches covered in white fur, decorated with little daisies around the top and strap. Very 60's chic but with the oriental twist to liven things up a little more. Overall it was a collection to entertain and make us think about wearing things that we might not have otherwise thought of!
Ermanno Scervino SS'13: such a gorgeous collection. What I loved about it was it's wearability for women of all tastes and lifestyles. There were simple - yet chic - black and white pieces, with perforated leather, feather tassles and jewel encrusted sections that made the looks stand out from the crowd. In between there were a series of sherbet yellow and pink looks that injected the right amount of colour to liven things up and give us options for Spring 2013. I loved the scythe heeled sandals with the white pant suit, as well as the perforated leather pieces. There were definite trends in this collection that I could see myself wearing for SS'13.
Could you see yourself wearing any of the pieces shown in Milan yesterday?
Photo credit: www.vogue.co.uk - edited on Polyvore