Milan Fashion Week: Au Jour Le Jour, Agnona, Ermanno Scervino, Antonio Marras
Exploring four noteworthy brands
Au Jour Le Jour
Giorgio Armani's new protege, Mirko Fontana and Diego Marquez, presented a playful collection for their first Au Jour Le Jour presentation at Milan Fashion Week. The collection comprised of interesting and funny prints, including Chihuahua heads, kittens, lips, as well as fluffy skirts and dresses reminiscent to versions seen at Prada. Mini-skirts designed with large straps offered a 60s vibe and complemented the funny and completely unpretentious tone.
Stefano Pilati focused on attention to detail in his latest collection for Agnona, confirming that he has firmly grounded his feet into the fashion house. Pilati presented a range with eye-catching and timeless designs such as a camel coat, and navy double-faced coats that will be relevant for years to come.
Luxurious linen dresses, classic coats and suits, fluffy high neck sweaters, fur skirts, blue and rich green lace, and a little leopard are all in the mix for Ermanno Scervino - who taught us a lesson in how to combine convenience with elegance.
Antonio Marras presented a truly varied collection for AW14, that included his favourite oriental motifs, flowers, mesmerising layers, livened up with wolves prints that proved to be a defining element of the collection; the show setting itself was even designed with screens that displayed howling wolves.