Milan Fashion Week – my top 5

I realise these fashion week post titles start to sound like a broken record – sorry! So this post is all about my favourite collections from Milan. Despite of probably having the lowest expectations of Milan shows (not sure why) I was actually surprised to find so many collections I really liked. So here are my picks:

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In this collection I love the chic cuts, crisp white paired with block-colour prints, and that amazing jacket on the bottom row… I’m also loving the pale lilac combined with the cool-toned green, together those colours always work for me! It’s a trendy yet elegant and fun collection, all at the same time.

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Au Jour Le Jour

This Au Jour Le Jour SS15 collection reminds us that fashion shouldn’t be serious – I mean check out these childish fruit and ice-cream cone prints, yet the garments still look pretty wearable and desirable. And funnily enough I would actually love to rock that baby yellow ice-cream jumpsuit next summer!

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Ports 1961

Out of Milan’s monochrome collections this one really caught my eye. Ports 1961’s feminine SS15 looks feature sheer fabrics, silky trousers and a plethora of different tops and necklines. All-white or all-black outfits rarely look this great on my eyes, so I had to include this in! Simple but effective.

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Fay

Sporty vibes, branded rib and waistband detailing, pastel colours and characters from Snoopy – a lot of randomness in one collection but I’m totally liking it! Chavvy? A bit. But it looks great nevertheless. I also love how the models are styled – so effortless with minimal make-up and loose waves on their hair.

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Stella Jean

This collection absolutely blows my mind! I love the combination of exotic prints and classic stripes and checks as well as the classy, feminine garments full of colour and energy. The contrasts work amazingly and make the collection playful yet trendy. Mixing prints still works and Stella Jean is doing it well!

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All catwalk images from vogue.co.uk

And yep, you guessed it – in a short while I’ll be back with my favourites from Paris!

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