28 Sep Bags that make your heart beats faster at Milan Fashion Week
Even though Milan Fashion Week is still going on in full, I have to show you these bags that will make your heart beat faster. Milan is the third one in line of the ‘Big four fashion weeks’ and has been home to numerous fashion houses such as Armani, Valentino, Versace, Prada, Moschino, Gucci and Dolce & Gabbana. The Spring/Summer 2016 Ready-to-wear shows started on the 23rd of September and the last one will be held on Tuesday. The fashion designers exceeded the expectations of the front row all over again and I can’t wait any longer to give you the best bags spotted on the catwalk of Milan Fashion Week so far…
Starting with Dolce & Gabbana, one of my favourite designers, especially after seeing the pics of this show with all the cheerful pom-poms, lace, embroideries, flowers, Italian silhouettes and the use of colours.
Love how Marni turned a lot – a lot- of layers of leather into so much energy…
DSquared2 organised a beach party on Bondi beach with the dresscode: colour explosive and carry multiple bags
Roberto Cavalli brought a lot of juvenility with pink denim and the perfect bucket bag
Hard working women can flair with Bottega Veneta
Versace trained her super army well. I wil definitely apply there as well!
We will face a romantic summer if it is up to Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini so make sure your straw bag is ready for use!
Tod’s is about being real and about identity of the happy woman herself.
This clutch by Etro is beyond appealling and the dress confirms that it will be all about materials and silhouettes
Emporio Armani turns his women into strong city girl with the greatest power: pink
Moschino shocks you again & blows you away with the traffic signs and other street work craziness in his bags and dresses. As you know from this post (Love Moschino) I love these quirky designs so I therefore picked three outfits to conclude this post:
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P.s. 2 All images from Vogue.co.uk