While Milan fashion shows typically lean toward more commercial offerings this season saw a number of fashion houses push the design boundaries on a level playing field with that of Paris. Gucci’s Creative Director Alessandro Michele continued to blend his decorative dandy touch to the iconic house while DSquared2 took too the surf for their Body Glove inspired fashion show. Both showed a vision and acute hand at styling that at times put fashion above form, a new direction for the city of suiting. Here are The Impression’s Top 10 Fashion Shows from Spring 2016 Milan Fashion Week.
By Kenneth Richard | The Impressionist