February 29, 2012

milan fashion week favorites

T by Alexander Wang

OBSESSED. I could just leave it at that. This collection looks like my closet, only better. My closet, unfortunately, has nothing from Mr. Alexander Wang. Rest assured, someday I will own that black pleated skirt or ribbed pullover sweater.
T by Alexander Wang Fall/Winter 2012


This collection just seemed fun. Not serious at all, just indulging in colors and embellishments. I will try to find better pictures that feature the shoes, because those were seriously the best part.

Prada Fall/Winter 2012


Lindsey Wixson with a beehive, giant bow and '60s style coat = all I need in life. I LOVE these coats. I could've done without the cowboy hats, but the bow headwraps more than made up for it. 
Moschino Fall/Winter 2012


I don't know if those are tights, leggings or what but I need them. NOW. 
Versus Fall/Winter 2012


I am insane about this one. I want every single look, especially the leather dresses and the outerwear. It's perfect: simple, minimalist, edgy, classic, structured and with colors that take over my wardrobe.
Bally Fall/Winter 2012


I haven't always been a fan of Fendi, and the overall collection was so-so, but these pieces were absolutely gorgeous and I want to acknowledge that. I'm partial to the patent leather (or leather in general on clothes) and the jewel tone colorblocking. The models looked like the creatures from Avatar, no? 

Fendi Fall/Winter 2012


I love the longer dresses and the retro prints. Again, the ice cream-colors were prominent and so beautiful, especially with that peachy backdrop. These pieces really popped, and I am crazy about the red coat in the middle.  
Marni Fall/Winter 2012

Dolce & Gabbana 

The imperial prints and textures were very reminiscent of Alexander McQueen. I love the black and the gold and the touches of leopard made it classic Dolce & Gabbana. The Catholic aesthetic was a cool touch as well with the veils and lace. 
Dolce & Gabbana Fall/Winter 2012 

Alberta Ferretti

More leather and chunky sweaters! I'll bet you can't find Ruby Aldridge in this lineup.

Alberta Ferretti Fall/Winter 2012 


With Dsquared, it's not just the clothes that are wildly entertaining -- it's the props they use on the runway. It's been milkshakes before, but this time the models strutted like '60s glamour goddesses, cigarette in hand. It was a beautiful collection complete with long gloves and retro glasses. 

Dsquared Fall/Winter 2012 

See you in Paris!



  1. alexander wang it´s my favourite!


  2. so many great collections! alexander wang is always flawless