Milan SS 2010 Day 4


Complete. I am going to keep adding to this as the day goes on kk? Cuz we get shit before ;)

Dolce and Gabbana, Fendi, Marni, Missoni, Etro, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versus Versace and Francesco Scognamiglio.

Dolce and Gabbana Dolce and Gabbana-1 Dolce and Gabbana
Opener: Iris Strubeggar
Closer: Daniela Kocianova

Suits a la YSL, black and white lace, denim and red leopard prints.

The hair and make up aged the models considerably.

Fendi Fendi-1 Fendi
Opener: Abbey Lee Kershaw
Closer: Abbey Lee Kershaw

Wow first Versace, now Fendi? Abbey Lee is like the Natasha Poly/ Lily Donaldson of spring 2010.

The shoes looked a bit similar to Burberry in concept. 

I liked the leathery looking dress and skirt. A very cute spring collection.

Marni Marni-1 Marni
Opener: Monika Jac Jagaciak
Closer: Daria Stroukous

A bit disappointing but still good imo.

That one red embroidered dress really stood out for me as well as the three colorful floral print dresses.

Which number do you think will Anna Wintour wear?

Missoni Missoni-1 Missoni
Opener: Hannah Holman
Closer: Karen Kavjian

Like last season, lots of layering and knits.

Love the subdued colors.

Etro Etro-1 Etro
Opener: Monika 'Jac' Jagaciak
Closer: Monika 'Jac' Jagaciak

Wow Jac seems to  be on a roll and who can blame her with a body like that.

Hippie Etro looks like hippie Etro.

Salvatorre Ferragamo Salvatorre Ferragamo-1 Salvatore Ferragamo
Opener: Nimue Smit
Closer: Nimue Smit

VersusVersus Versace

Francesco Scognamiglio Francesco Scognamiglio
Opener: Ginta Lapina
Closer: Rianne Ten Haken

DSquared2D Squared2
Opener: Chanel Iman
Closer: Olga Sherer


Kasia said...

Ranya looks so amazing at Fendi in that completely sheer dress. Wow. I love the casting and styling at Fendi a lot.

I'm so happy that Sessilee walked for Dolce & Gabbana. I'm not the biggest fan of the brand, but I really like some of those flower-printed pieces.

Kasia said...

Marni doesn't really seem like anything new, but I just love some of those tops - they're very plain in a nice way, and I like that little printed number on Kendra, there's something sort of dumb about it. It lacks substance, but that's also a good thing. With the right styling a piece like that is genius.

The Aestheticist said...

I also make the lines into photos! I hate feeling like I've missed something - especially if it shows up later in an editorial - and it makes it easier to browse through fashion lines instead of going through 3000 pictures. Thank you so much for doing this!