Milan Fashion Week; Bright Colors for 2014 Spring

Milan Fashion Week that was held recently already represented all the trends for 2014 spring and we will continue exploring fashion shows from Milan Fashion Week. At this time I want to show you the tendency of bright colors and bold prints that were spotted on several designer shows.

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First fashion show that I want to show you is Prada collection and bright colors chosen for 2014 spring. Miuccia Prada chose bold and vibrant colors for spring 2014 and Prada fashion show turned into a parade of dazzling colors and styles. Pieces had colorful prints representing Mexican muralists. The philosophy of this collection is a woman and her strong personality.

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Just Cavalli spring 2014 fashion shows and collections are fabulous; they are bold, bright and fashionable and all of them are completed with vibrant prints and patterns. The main conception of new spring collection is imaginary world with crazy color combos and prints. Styles are as bold as colors like sexy short dresses, skinny trousers, jackets as well as line of luxurious accessories.

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Love Snoopy? If so, take a look at amazing pieces from Fay collection that are completed with Snoopy prints. Rainbow patterns, stripes and beloved character were combined with elecric blue, white and black colors.

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Donatella Versace when talking about 2014 spring collection explained; “the street is new catwalk”. Versace spring collections are bold, sexy, feminine and full of bright prints. This new collection is really enormous; it includes all must haves for spring like skirts, bodycon dresses, tops, jackets and accessories. Both floral and abstract prints were spotted on Versace 2014 spring collection.

Veronica Etra chose bohemian style as a main concept for 2014 spring. Enormous collection of dresses, jackets, pants scarves and accessories have many common details and prints from Indochina and Gauguin culture.

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