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Spring 2015

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Milan Fashion Week Day 5Last day of Milan Fashion Week with not very impressive looks, but they were few which stood out. The storage space in the heels of Dolce & Gabbana and their lace dresses received the best reviews. Also, the audience loved Marni‘s judo belts and the simple and elegant looks of Trussardi. I hope that in the next MFW the team of Stylishly Beautiful will be there with live reports and reviews. Now let’s see what happened the last day of the shows…

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Antonio Marras Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

Antonio Marras Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

This is officially my favorite Fashion Week. It’s already Day 4 and we saw some unique creations. This time, I found it very difficult to choose just four pieces made by Giorgio Armani because of the beauty of pastels and earthly shades. I had the same problem with Elisabetta Franchi because of her ladylike designs. You will love Roberto Cavalli’s collection with the colorful and intense prints, especially the maxi dresses. Take a look of Day Four’s Ready-to-Wear collections and tell me what caught your attention. I’m sure you will find out some impressive pieces.

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Featured MFW Ready-to-wear Spring 2015The 3rd day of the Milan Fashion Week had lots of great designers that were presenting their new collections. Among them, I really enjoyed the retro-kind creations of Ermanno Scervino, Philipp Plein and Versace, that played a lot with pastel colors, and perforated leather along with their signature print. I also enjoyed the designs of Giamba, Iceberg and Aigner for their feminine lines and pretty colors and prints. All in all, I enjoyed most of the collections, except maybe for 1 or 2, such as Etro (which reminded me of the 70’s) and Missoni (I was never a fan of their prints).

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Blugirl Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

Blugirl Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear

The second day of MFW is here and I hope you are as excited as I am. Italians gave their best and showed us some amazing designs. Emporio Armani triumphed with its stunning dark blue shades and Just Cavalli with its unique patterns. I always choose one collection with the most beautiful girly pieces as a favorite, and this time it’s totally the ones from Blugirl. They are floral and airy for every occasion. So take a look at what was presented that day.

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milan fashion week spring 2015

Yesterday the fashion week moved South, to Italy, for some gelato and dolce vita! The day started with Chicca Lualdi’s very chic collection and continued with our very own Angelos Bratis’ show which we totally loved! The collection I crave the most was by Stella Jean and I really want these pieces cause I have never seen so many wonderful colors and beautiful hand-paintings mixed together! All in all, I found almost all the collections pretty interesting and I just can’t wait for more Italian fashion!

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LFW day 5 spring 2015 - featuredTuesday the 16th was the last day of the London Fashion Week, and we’re moving on to Milan Fashion Week starting our reports from tomorrow on. There weren’t many shows on the last day, but there were many interesting collections to watch. I really enjoyed the straight lines and colorful designs of Isa Arfen, the honey-bee inspired collection of H by Hakaan Yildirim, the pastel colors and girly lines of Ryan Lo, and of course the fun art on Anya Hindmarch’s bags, whose show featured the new trend of holding more than one bags at a time. Of course there were some lines that were definitely not my taste, such as Fashion East, Marques’ Almeida and Meadham Kirchhoff. But let’s see them all so you can find your favorites.

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london fashion weekSo we reached the 4th day of LFW during which we saw many geometrical shapes, beautiful gowns, romantic ribbons and intense volumes! I personally loved the following collections: Mother of Pearl, Issa, Peter Pilloto and Burberry Prosrum! The one and only collection I almost hated, was by Thomas Tait, cause the biggest part of this collection was like circus costumes… and which woman would like to look like a clown? So let’s see all the collections analytically!

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Spring 2015 Ready-to-Wear featuredWe might be covering day 3 of the London Fashion Week here, but today is actually the 5th – and last day – of the LFW, and we can’t wait to show you everything before we move on to MFW. Day 3 kind of had it all: Lots of white, lots of colors and prints, pastels, and even the occasional darker ones. My favorites of the day were the creations of David Coma, from whom I’d gladly wear the whole collection, and then, I really enjoyed seeing the pastel creations of Richard Nicoll, Pringle of Scotland and Temperley London. I also liked Topshop Unique’s collection, Jonathan Saunders’ and Marios Schwab’s a lot. And even though Mary Katrantzou doesn’t usually have something I’ll personally wear, as a fellow Greek, I do admire her work. So, as you can see I pretty much liked (almost) everything from the 3rd day. Take a look yourself, to see which are your favorites.

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1205 Spring Summer 2015

1205 Spring Summer 2015

We already saw, on Day 1, that white color is going to be a big trend for the next spring and summer. Day 2 confirmed that, as many designers showed us in their collection at least one white creation like Whistles, Emilia Wickstead and Holly Fulton. Julien Macdonald’s designs stole my heart with their geometric patterns and Marchesa’s ones for their floral character. Orla Kiely showed the most beautiful and girly collection which I wish I could see live. But style is a matter of personal taste, so let’s see what was presented that day.

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Amanda Wakeley Spring Summer 2015

Amanda Wakeley Spring Summer 2015

London Fashion Week started on September 12th and we were all excepting it impatiently because this is the first European Fashion Week of this season. It was a good start but I hope that the upcoming days will keep the same standards. Most of the outfits were dark colored like those of Jean Pierre Braganza and Daks. The first one’s are special for their originality while always keeping a strict style, while the second one’s for being lighter. However, some light colorful patterns were not absent, as we saw on Felder Felder’s and Paul Costelloe’s. In my opinion, that day’s peak was Amanda Wakeley’s series in romantic white hues. Take a look at what was presented on the first day.

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