Best Accesssories Looks at Milan Fashion Week Fall 2015 Ready to Wear
The Fall 2015 season has brought some great fashion looks that can give us beautiful dresses, makeup and beauty trends. but this is not all, Following is a brief review of Best Accessories as seen on Milan Fashion Week Fall 2015 Ready to Wear Runways:
Marni Earrings Consuelo Castiglioni:
Jewelry is definitely an important element of the Marni look, and this also season was no exception. The earrings Consuelo Castiglioni showed were assembled from rhinestones, onyx orbs, and metal wire to build beautiful, face-framing Alexander Calder-like mobiles.
Gucci heritage GG canvas bag:
Now that Gucci’s longtime head accessories designer, Alessandro Michele, is in the helm with the brand, all eyes were on his vision for that handbags. They were notably angular and reimagined with long chain straps and statement silver closures. I liked the novelty with the heritage GG canvas bag worn across the waist. Though normally I’m almost no for a fanny pack, there’s something intriguing of a girl wearing this excellent Mongolian lamb coat, cinched so that, in addition to being she walks off you realize that the belt will be the suede strap that attaches her bag to her back.
Burberry Prorsum fold-over leopard pouches:
Burberry developed a great case for suede fringe handbags yesterday, but what caught attention were be simple fold-over pouches in leopard. Discreet as animal print could be and sophisticated, here is the kind of bag a girl will go digging in their own closet over and over again.
Mary Katrantzou chunky platforms shoes covered with jewel-tone velvet:
At Mary Katrantzou, the models floated by on chunky platforms engrossed in jewel-tone velvet, a girlish look detailed with opaque ribbed tights plus a Pepto-Bismol pink runway created from foam.
Fendi chevron stripe handbag:
Amid the flurry of fur accessories at Fendi, this chevron-stripe handbag was obviously a palate cleanser. It feels simultaneously retro and modern in the pairs well with fashion’s current obsession with nostalgia.
Ralph Lauren oversize teddy brown hat:
A wide-brim felt fedora isn’t necessarily breaking news, but there’s something to become said to get a really good hat. Ralph Lauren’s oversize teddy brown version is definitely an instant classic and added an ideal bit of rugged panache into a very glamorous collection.
Michael Kors top-handle handbag:
Michael Kors nailed it with this particular top-handle handbag that reads as being a mint-condition treasure many times at an antique market. It’s equal parts luggage and doctor bag with sufficient hardware to restore special, the correct warm caramel leather making it versatile, and the ideal chubby size so it will be practical for everyday.
Dries Van Noten Strappy Sandals:
At Dries Van Noten, a parade of strappy sandals in mix-and-match brocade and jacquard made method for a lone set of mid-ankle boots in bold purple velvet. They call to mind the ’60s mods of Carnaby Street in the makes them perfectly covetable.
Bottega Veneta Loafers:
Tomas Maier whipped up a little whimsy and humor for Bottega Veneta, giving simple loafers the disco treatment. Metallic gold, covered in sparkling gems, and worn with lacy black tights in the sort that appeared at Proenza Schouler, this footwear actually have a sensibly low heel to maintain all that excess grounded.
Tods Penny Loafers:
Wes Anderson’s hit The Royal Tenenbaums has been doing air this coming year, and penny loafers, that were critical to Margot Tenenbaum’s granny-prep look, feel relevant again. Here, Alessandra Facchinetti’s interpretation on the classic shoe at Tod’s.
Narciso Rodriguez abstract metal sculpture necklace:
The chokers that accessorized Narciso Rodriguez’s collection yesterday called to mind both abstract metal sculpture plus the sexually charged accoutrements of S&M to easy and dramatic effect.
3.1 Phillip Lim ultra sexy boots:
Phillip Lim has forsaken the chunky alt-girl shoes that he has become noted for an ultra-sexy boot this holiday season. Extra points to the hunter green version in raw suede.
Derek Lam square toe shoes:
Derek Lam gave the mule a mod update full of square toe, contrast piping, as well as a shiny patent finish.
Altuzarra thigh grazing boots:
Who could resist a red hot two of thigh-grazing boots on Valentine’s Day?
Jason Wu belted stole fur:
It’s still conception, but I predict that Fall 2015 is going to become a big season for fur. Jason Wu’s belted stole added just the appropriate covetable punctuation to a otherwise simple head-to-toe olive look.
Thats all for accessories trends in this Fall 2015 Ready to Wear Runways. Please rate your most liked accessory in your comments.