Honestly, I think Milan is lack of amusement. All the shows are usually monotone, either good or bad. As you can see, this FW they use a lot of oriental inspirations - mostly from Japan.
Also in Milan and Paris, I don't appreciate the fact that real fur is used but will still list and let’s hope that will come in faux fur (ノಠ益ಠ)ノ
They have Alberta Ferretti with new textures (see full collection for more). I'm not quite a fan of Alberta Ferretti ever since my beginning with fashion but I think this is by far the loveliest collection I've ever seen from them.
Blumarine by far is the best from them for so long too, the whole collection looks very interesting. Stylized Kimonos with touch of silver and gold.
I like what Costume National did it this time. A mix of Jil Sander and Dries Van Noten, no? The color palette is limited, but I think this collection is very fresh.
Emporio Armani stated that midi skirt is appropriate to everywhere you go - to the office, to the street. Once in black, you're all classy.
Milan's most impressive show for me was Gabriele Colangelo. No doubt. The layers are absolutely beautiful. I like these layers better than Fendi last season, because they look even more delicate. Black and white were mixed perfectly.
Gucci brings back pastel colors for their collection. I like these dresses but also the jackets are pretty good.
Jil Sander is still doing good after the leave of the founder. The design team once again prove that they can carry on, its too lovely to look at. But in the end the snake can't lose its lead for too long. I hope they can find the right one.
Usually I don't like Prada. But this season I absolutely adore the coats and the shoes. Colors are great too.
Last but not least is Versace. The whole collection screams girl power and I love it (though there were still so many look-a-like pieces).