With its florals, sheer and rainbow palette, Blumarine collection was very feminine. On the other hand, with the addition of masculine jackets on those feminine dresses, the collection earned sophisticated androgynous looks.
Giorgio Armani won our admiration with such a young and fresh collection for Emporio Armani. His models walked the runway wearing flat shoes and the collection was very relaxed with sporty shorts, jackets, cut-out dresses, petals and all.
Another young presentation was Giamba. Giambattista Valli designs younger clothes for Giamba than for Giambattista Valli line. He obviously has more freedom when he aims younger customers. Those hearts, stars, stripes, lip prints and all are there for youth. But for more elevated youth because his modern touches are still there.
I don't know if Donatella had the wars going on in the world currently in her subconscious but Versace's Spring 2016 collection reminded me of our attitude towards war. Camouflage patterns and military colours were adapted to sexy and vibrant party looks. I couldn't help to dislike this collection.
Roberto Cavalli was the presentation that I wondered most because of Peter Dundas and he didn't disappointed me as he had never done. He striked Milan Fashion Week with the chicest day wear and party looks inspired by 80s.
Let's check out the best looks from day 3 and 4 of Milan Fashion Week involving Etro, Ermanno Scervino, Dsquared2 and Philosophy with the ones I mentioned above.