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With a heavy heart I write this post. My heart is aching for all of Brussels through this horrendous time. But I must continue in my (very late) fashion month coverage.
Versace was a more feminine look and it was quite lovely. I loved the soft ruffles featured on some looks. The colors were beautiful and bright. Salvatore Ferragamo was one of my favorite collections in my opinion. The combination of colors was so innovative and refreshing. Prada was quite a switch from their usual style. But in a great way! The textures and colors were intriguing and the accessorizing was delightful with the gloves and sailors caps. I loved the risks Miuccia took with this collection. Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini was a designer I have never looked at before this season. I am so glad I finally looked at his marvelous work. Everything I saw I wanted. It was so relevant but still exciting in today’s never ending cycle of fashion. Marni blew me away. I have always loved this brand. But this collection made my love increase so much more than I imagined. It was so intricate and had lots of variety which is always a plus. The hair and earrings were everything. Gucci. Oh my god. Every time it gets better and better. It was so marvelous. Alessandro keeps fashion fun and inspirational. Dolce and Gabbana was a fairytale. And I don’t say that lightly. Literally the inspiration for the collection was fairy tales. It was a pleasure to see references which I could pick up on like Cinderella. The clothes were decadent and it was a grand show. That concludes my work on Milan. Stay tuned for Paris! Ciao

Images via Vogue Runway