Milan Fashion Week had its shares of memorable collections for the Autumn2015 & Winter2016 seasons.   I narrowed it down to the collections that made lasting impressions and  which were my favorites from the week. 

Day 1 (2/25/15)

Genny Women’s F/W 2015/2016

Two of my favorite things from this collection are the color palette and detailing. 
Fausto Puglisi Women’s F/W 2015/2016

For this collection I liked the transition between neutral and bright colors on the looks.

Day 2 (2/26/15)
Max Mara  Women’s F/W 2015/2016

There is an interesting combination of pastel and neutral color tones. The cable knit sweater and the quilt looks are definitely the standouts to me.

Les Copains Women’s F/W 2015/2016

Day 3 (2/27/15)
Iceberg Women  F/W 2015/2016

I like the variety of the looks in this collection. I can see a lot of wearable options for ladies from the office to a night out with the girls.

 Tod’s Women F/W 2015/2016

Bottega Veneta Women F/W 2015/2016

There are a lot of prints throughout this collection, but it also a good helping of solid sprinkled in as well.

Ermanno Scervino Women F/W 2015/2016

Day 5(3/1/15)
Massimo Rebecchi F/W 2015/2016

Another favorite print of mine would have to be plaid and here it is done right. The pastel is the perfect compliment.

John Richmond F/W 2015/2016

Darker looks reigned in this collection, but the lighter looks shouldn’t be looked over.  The looks sans fur were definitely were a highlight for me. This collection gives femininity and strength.

Missoni  F/W 2015/2016

 Missoni showed why their signature print is a mainstay. Each look is distinctive yet doesn’t outshine its fellow designs.  Each season they managed to offere what we all come to expect  from Missoni 
in ingenious ways.

Day 6 (3/2/15)
Giorgio Armani  F/W 2015/2016

San Andrès Milano F/W 2015/2016

That’s a wrap for Milan for this season. Next on the fashion calendar it’s Paris for the Ready to Wear offerings?  What about you what was your favorite part or collections from Milan? Feel to leave you feedback in the comments below.

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