Missoni Fall/Winter 2014-2015 Collection – Milan Fashion Week
In case you want to take a little bit of brightness and color with your from summer to gloomy fall, look to the brand-new Missoni fall/winter 2014-2015 collection and you’ll find the most suitable source of inspiration for your standout looks! Packed with a high dose of comfy and sporty attitude, the new Missoni line shows that fall can be summery too and it’s not any difficult at all! The Missoni clothing pieces demonstrated today at Milan Fashion Week carry one explicit message: wear and go and you’ll surely look cool!
Orange, burnt brown, yellow, red, blue, mustard, green‚Äö√Ñ√∂‚àö√ë¬¨‚àÇ They all have a special place in the frisky Missoni fall/winter 2014-2015 collection, coming either alone or making perfect color-blocking pairs with matching hues. Thus, the show started with a line of orangy and brown looks, ones featuring zigzag prints, others some geometric influences, while the majority part of the looks was monochrome, but still bright.
Chic outerwear and knits are here in the Missoni fall/winter 2014-2015 collection. For the cold season, the line has some really noteworthy thick knit dresses, tweed skirts, roomy parkas, jerkin jackets with fur collars and comfy tops and sweatshirts for your maximum easy and sassy fall looks that look so effortless and unique. In case you are in the sporty mood, the line has some stylish cargo pants for you, being matched with geometrically colored blouses, tweed or fur jackets.
The accessories of the Missoni fall/winter 2014-2015 collection were no less outstanding, bringing small bags fastened on the belts, colorful leather gloves, thigh-high socks, some fun hats and colorful leather ankle boots on heels. The easy and comfy mood of the lien was also reflected in the undone top knots of the models and the minimal makeup with smudged smokey eyes.
Utterly relaxed and sporty, yet feminine and elegant, the Missoni fall/winter 2014-2015 collection is sure to win the hearts of many modern fashionisers this fall and occupy quite a big part in their wardrobes!
Photos courtesy of LeiWeb