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Fall RTW 2014: The Best Accessories of the Milan Fashion Week Runways

Fall RTW 2014: The Best Accessories of the Milan Fashion Week Runways


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As we say goodbye to Milan Fashion Week (yep, already), we feel pretty safe saying that you’ve either got your favorite picks saved on Pinterest or have started preordering from Moda Operandi. We couldn’t help but fall in love with some of the amazing collections that have been showing for the past week, but there was something about the accessories in these shows that made us truly realize the beauty of the fuzzy slipper. Most likely our new obsession started the moment Cara Delevingne walked out onto the Fendi runway with that mini Karl Lagerfeld—there is no one who wouldn’t sport that keychain. Fendi Buggies are so last season. So to ease the passing of another fashion week we compiled a list of our favorite handbags, shoes and accessories (including the mini Lagerfeld) that are so covet-worthy they’ll make you want to re-vamp your entire shoe closet.

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Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017 Trend Report: Sheer Fabrics

As fashion month nears its end, the main statements made from designers this season are becoming increasingly evident. Daring trends and statement pieces have taken over the runways this Milan Fashion Week, and with that comes the use of sheer fabrics. The style is not particularly new, but designers have reinvented the bold look that will surely be everywhere this upcoming fall season. Designers like Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana, and Giorgio Armani all chose to include totally sheer pieces in their collections, each with an individual xtwist.

Alberta Ferretti showed sheer black pieces in her truly feminine collection inspired by Venice, while Arthur Arbesser included layered looks with transparent skirts, inspired by Berlin in the 1980’s. Anna Molinari of Blumarine stuck to the traditional look of the brand, exuding elegance with luxurious furs, chiffon gowns, and floral detailing. She showed sheer detailed dresses with black lace and fur collars.

Click through the slideshow above to see our other top picks for statement-making sheer looks slated for the upcoming fall season.


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