Milan Fashion Week: Bottega Veneta, Emporio Armani, Emilio Pucci

Bottega Veneta
I absolutely ADORED the menswear SS2011 collection by Bottega Veneta, which was shown earlier this year. Though I find this collection for women is by far not as good as I found the menswear collection, I like it. The nonchalance, the light fabrics and the loose designs have a this relaxed feeling.  "I don't like making clothes for red-carpet events, I like real life"  said Thomas Maier and I think it’s a nice thought. Clothes that are not suitable for red-carpet events can be as nice and beautiful as clothes that are. There’s only one thing I hated about this show… The greasy wet-hair-look.

Emporio Armani
I never thought that wearing two different skirts could be so cool and chic at the same time. This whole Emporio Armani show kept returning the idea of combining a chic pencil skirt with a wider skirt or dress. I loved the fact that though the clothes look really chic, they have a soft, light feeling. Lovely show!

Emilio Pucci
We’ve seen a lot of seventies at Marc Jacobs in New York and now again there’s a lots of seventies at Emilio Pucci. Both collections are seventies-inspired, but they look so different. Emilio Pucci is much more bohemian. I’ve seen like soooo many GORGEOUS floral printed maxi dresses. For some reason I just keep loving them. Oh and those overknee boots are fantastic!

Photos: style.com

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