Missoni Spring/Summer 2015 Collection – Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week goes on surprising us with the ultra-creative and modern interpretations and design solutions from the top popular fashion houses, and the next one in the list ready to make some significant changes to the world fashion trends is the spanking-new Missoni spring/summer 2015 collection, which is really one of the most colorful and memorable exemplars of endless creativity and resourceful suggestions. “Catch the Wind!” this is the name of the line, and according to the explanation of Angela Missoni, “Pre-collections are important, and so you do all the city-looks then. I prefer to go full summer for this show.”

Missoni Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week


What we see here is the conglomeration of catchy and curious shapes, matched with just as impressive color solutions and finished off with the specific and curious details coming as final brushstrokes for the looks. So that’s how we find the very first look of the Missoni spring/summer 2015 collection, coming with some interesting pieces like the elongated floor length skirt and the relaxed wide-sleeved top, matched with the head accessories coming as wrapped pieces and matching the super sweet and charming shades and design patterns like floral motives put on the background of creamy tones and finished off with the pleated design of the skirt. Other pieces also come up with that specific color and print inclination towards pinky floral tones and prints here being used with bigger sizes and catchier silhouettes. The oversized A-line pieces coming as outerwear garments are the next interesting pairs for these rainbow-colored solutions this time offering some curious layers and just as interesting platform shoes. Pleated silhouettes for shorter exemplars are also here matching the asymmetrical solutions of the top.
As for the various design transformations we can speak about the interference of yellow shades, which do form an essential aspect of the Missoni spring/summer 2015 collection, including kimono-cut sleeves, micro and macro prints and patterns as well as a range of wholly new combinations and principles. Going on with the colorful themes, the collection also features an absolutely stunning floor length design in tastefully picked tones, which will secure the absolutely unforgettable ombre technique and the safe transitions of the tones for weightless and very resourcefully picked colors. The overwhelming blue tones also manage to catch our attention in this case. The ombre shadowing with green and blue also gets developed and turned into a whole range of floor length and cool dresses and outerwear garments too.

Missoni Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week

Missoni Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week

Missoni Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week
Transparency plays are the next great thing that has been used to create some design plays. Laser cuts created with some major proportions and boldness can’t be missed out of the array either. The same goes true about the pieces involving plunge V-curves and sassy shapes. Further the colors get even more diversified, turning into really blinding and flabbergasting color transitions and colorful interpretations, while the overall shapes and the separate details seemed to preserve the overall inclination.
Finally, it’s the amazing range of red looks that seem to be the most beautiful and gorgeous options that could ever be presented in this line, coming with the traditional asymmetric shapes, the usual transparency plays and the floor length gorgeous interpretations.
So just have a look at these amazing and astounding pieces and enjoy the creativity and chic of this type of event, also not forgetting about the primary purpose of the Missoni spring/summer 2015 collection, being providing you with inspiration and fresh ideas for the best looks ever!

Missoni Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week

Missoni Spring/Summer 2015 Collection - Milan Fashion Week

Photos courtesy of Vogue UK

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