Second day at Italia and Blumarine has made Summer 2015 a floral paradise.

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The applique, embroidery and embellishments with florals has set the standard for another year of the flowers.

Marco de Vincenzo debuts his handiwork of excellent detail of the fringes and rich fabrics. Hmmm, we see an influence of ancient Rome in Vincenzo collection.

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Etro brings the bohemian of the beauty of the seventies. Everything DIY was brought out in Etro during the seventies theme reigning in Milan. Next season, our Italian girl feels a sense of freedom. Freedom of power, freedom of choice, freedom of love.

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Besides the spirit of the bohemian, there’s a vibe of the Natives with the whole look. The fridge boots were mostly worn by the Indians in the North to survive the cold. The pochos were worn by the extinct tribes in the Middle and Central America. What is now fashion (stolen from the once powerful people of the Americas) was and still is their heritage, their spirituality, their way of living that was alien from 18th and 19th Century Europe. This is where we end our historical teachings and state that you’re better going off in a seventies-Native-vibe next Summer.

Perhaps some an outfit for elite festival Coachella.

Cool headties and knitwear seen on Missoni.

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Tod’s clever style of the airy hole leather dress with a tank top is a top notch with fashionistas; as Facchinetti made an impressive turn around with difficult leather for the Spring/Summer season. The pieces are weightless rather than being your normal average weight (which is usually heavy).

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Structured fabrics with sequin elements at Agona. With some Roman influence.

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Iceberg took the common Americana baseball jersey print to make a very inspired Americana collection. Their move marks the beginning of a very wearable collection to the consumers.

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Versace Versace (as said by Drake) didn’t do her flamboyant embellishments this time, BUT that didn’t stop her to play around with two important craft talents that she also has; cuts and prints. Versace created blocked prints with her popular brand image trademark. One can even see the same detail on the belt of her all black ensembles. Tuning in with London fashion brand Whistles, she gets on an Italian take of the laser cuts (aka papercut). From the jackets to the skirts. The sporty mesh looks sexy with her perspex heel sandals. Elevating sport-sophistication to sport sexy. Only Versace could do that. None else.

Adding more surprises to her collection, the show ended with a series of sequins and PVC. We think this collection is less than her usual — without taking the Versace out of it.

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A Versace show wouldn’t be a show without spotting the greatest people in the fashion ‘biz’. From supermodel Heidi Klum,  model Coco Rocha and Italian Vogue Editor Franca Sozzani.

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Not to mention the Creative Director for Kiev Fashion Days, Daria Shapovalova.

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Phillip Plein began his show with prom gown dresses and the cute sport styles. Followed by the rhinestones, the leather and more rhinestones.

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Ermanno Scervino used the common sportswear parkas to bring glamour. So that’s three new looks to try with the sportswear trend; sports-sophistication, sports sexy and sport glamour. For some reason, the idea he incorporated into his collection actually works.

 

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Day three in Milan is coming up.

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