We have already observed two great Fashion Shows in London and New York and here there is Milan Fashion Week on the run now! Fabulous trends from the esteemed designers of the vogue industry! The gurus of trends have twisted pretty particularly at the Milan autumn/winter 2009/2010 catwalks.
Giorgio Armani looked to update 1980s fashion with glossy fabrics and shiny patent black caps and long gloves at his show.
“I wanted a strong, determined woman,” Armani was quoted as saying by Italian paper MF Fashion. “I played with proportion, with credits to the ’80s to define a new classic.”
Gucci’s collection also seemed a throwback to the 1980s. The clothes said to be inspired by “a glittering, glamorous time, when going out was a way of life.” The line was rooted in the style of fashion icon, Tina Chow.
Blumarine represented predominantly dark collection with the flashes of scarlet, leopard and grey tints. Long gloves, plenty of satin and ornamented necklaces were so characteristic for the Autumn/Winter 2009 Blumarine line.
“The ’80s movement has certainly moved across the pond. A strong shoulder is going to be an absolutely necessity for women and their wardrobes for the coming season.”
Gianfranco Ferre chose small waists and square shoulders together with a puffed shoulder bolero.
Roberto Cavalli fixed the short dresses and skirts and teamed them with very high skin-tight suede boots with steel heels.
“You need to attack in order to win. I have declared war on the (financial) crisis,” he said.
Cavalli is surely right! Fashion hits the crises! Beauty hits the crises!
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