Bottega Veneta Catwalk Fashion Show Milan Womenswear FW2016

February 27, 2016 by  
Filed under Fashion, Milan, womenswear

Who needs a hard to explain source of inspiration or a long and difficult description for a collection when the clothes can just tell the full story themselves? Luckily, for f/w2016/2017 more and more designers are focusing on the look & feel of their creations, rather than the concept behind it. Wasn’t it Karl Lagerfeld who just stated that “What needs an explanation is not worth explaining”. Thomas Maier is one of those creatives who knows just where to put his focus. On a line-up of polished, luxurious, grown up winterwear pieces for the Bottega Veneta woman that is.
She is a confident lady who dresses up for no one else but herself. She’s all about delicate, natural materials; wool, cashmere, tweeds and lace. She dares to experiment with checks, florals, leopards and tartan prints. Plus, she all about that modern day wardrobe. Spot her rocking either power suits (matching pants and jackets) or evening dresses (transparent, belted at the waist). Know that her impeccable style is unlike any other. That checked olive green leather trenchcoat is one to remember. Not to mention that purple velvet suit paired with a skinny scarf. A selection of fifties style dresses formed the show’s finale. Hair worn back, parting in the middle, deep red lips and she’s off, into the night.