Milan Fashion Week: Fendi, Just Cavalli, Prada And Moschino

27/02/2015 11:55 | Updated 20 May 2015

The biggest names in the fashion industry presented their Autumn/Winter 2015 collections on day three of Milan Fashion Week.

With MaxMara, Fendi, Just Cavalli, Prada and Moschino on the show schedule, we learned a lot about how ladies in the Italian capital will be dressing next season.

Fendi - Runway RTW - Fall 2015 - Milan Fashion Week

Here are the trends to note:

1. If there's one thing to invest for A/W 15, it's a coat in camel or tan. At MaxMara, models gripped onto their cashmere coats worn with slip dresses and stockings - very Marilyn Monroe. For a more practical option, look to the chunky double-breasted styles Karl Lagerfeld created for Fendi (above).

Just Cavalli - Runway & Close-ups - MFW FW2015

2. Wet-look hair isn't going anywhere. At Just Cavalli, that 'caught in a downpour' look added a tough yet effortless edge to the vibrant furs and prints.

Fendi - Runway & Close-ups - MFW FW2015

3. Leather hairbands are the only hair accessory you'll want to wear this autumn. Fendi's rouched white, tan and black styles were tucked around undone updos. We predict a sell out.

Prada - Runway RTW - Fall 2015 - Milan Fashion Week

4. Pastels aren't just for spring. Miuccia Prada mixed sweet, candy colours with pops of turquoise, jade and chartreuse in a show which explored beauty's affinity with both reality and make-believe.

Prada - Runway RTW - Fall 2015 - Milan Fashion Week

5. Prada's pastel handbags and strappy kitten heels are sure to be a commercial hit, but the savviest customers will be brightening up their lapels with statement floral brooches.

Moschino - Runway RTW - Fall 2015 - Milan Fashion Week

6. Jeremy Scott brought multi-coloured street wear to Milan with his Moschino collection full of puffa jackets, dungarees and crop tops. The must-have item? Aside from the quilted leather caps and shoulder bags, complete with the brand's famous gold logo, the Looney Tunes sweaters will be a favourite with supers Cara, Jourdan and co. Trousers are optional.

See more from the A/W 15 shows in Milan below:


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