Giorgio Armani ‘s international make-up artist Linda Cantello was inspired by the floral prints and colours in the collection. She created “a wash of transparent greenish blue on the eyes, to achieve a diaphanous transparent effect” using the brand’s new Eyes To Kill Solo Eyeshadow in Green Viper and Scarab (launching in May 2014) on the eyes.
Giorgio Armani spring/summer 2014 show.
With #MFW drawn to a close, the WGSN Womenswear team present to you the Milan Very Important Pieces report - subscribers click here to view your must-have pieces, hand-picked straight from the Milan catwalks.
Another trend coming out of #Milan for next season is one we’ve called ‘heavy metal’, which saw the likes of dolcegabbana using metallic fabrications for dresses and separates.The trend also filtered down into footwear, as seen here at #AntonioMarras
With #MFW all wrapped up and Paris well underway, we’ve rounded up the prominent colours, fabrics, prints, patterns and key items from Milan in our Milan Stylefile. One of the boldest colours to be seen in next season is this beautiful bright Krishna orange, best when clashed with hot brights!
An oh-so-subtle @Roberto_Cavalli twist to mark the end of #MFW - created exclusively for us by @fashgif!
We adored the über-elegant hair and make-up at #Roccobarocco #MFW
Our #colouroftheweek is Fuchsia. An emerging shade on the SS14 Milan catwalk, seen here at Gucci, it will continue into A/W 14/15 as it was also one of the hottest colour trends we saw last week at Première Vision, Paris.
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Oh to be wearing such minimal clothing in September *sigh* …And don’t even get us started on what it would mean to have legs this long! This look is perfection, especially the retro feel of the playsuit’s print and sunglasses combined #MFW
WGSN street shot, Milan Fashion Week, spring/summer 2014,
Which one are you? @MoschinoOfficial #MFW
Marni did away with minimalism and straight lines for spring/summer 2014 in favour of defined curves, moulded lines and folds for a pretty, feminine aesthetic #MFW