Fantasy, empowerment and clothes built for living la dolce vita. Milan’s woman moved with confidence for AW 17.
From structured shoulders to waists cinched with classic belts: 1940s grace met contemporary style.
DIESEL BLACK GOLD
Dark colours meet intricate layers for a collection suited to the cooler months.
Lashes were laden with heavy mascara in multiple shades. Our favourite? Fresh white.
Emporio Armani’s AW 17 runway exuded easy lines, lengthy skirts and floral notes, underscored by the label’s trademark black and white colour scheme.
Thigh-high boots and pared-back pieces. Double breasted coats, pleated skirts and tailored pants.
In the shadows. Messy and heavy grey-toned shadow surrounded the eyes at Giorgio Armani, offset by the slightest touch of pink on lips.
No time to waste.
Barely there. Makeup was minimal to non-existent and hair was kept long, brushed and free.
More-is-more prints, floral-drenched dresses and patent leather boots. A 70s recall.
Tonal outfits in a rich colour selection. All tied together with tailored coats, velvet pants and ribbed turtlenecks.
While the clothes were of the now the beauty was fully fledged 60s glamour. Heavy liner, white eyeshadow and a quiffed crown.
A clash of colours, textures and prints worked together as one at Prada.
PHILOSOPHY DI LORENZO SERAFINI
Glamour cats. Winged eyes and pink lips. Let’s go out tonight.
Black leather, brown leather, velvet pieces and more. Refined sophistication for Tod’s AW 17.
Say what you feel.
Loyalty and love. Tailored pants and jackets, the little black dress and bold messages of equality and courage for AW 17.
A monochromatic colour scheme, structured silhouettes and athletic mood for Sportsmax's AW 17 woman.
Shades of brown. Taupe tones created definition on the face with hair swept back and kept long for a sleek, dramatic look.