MFW: Mila Schön at the Triennale di Milano
Milan’s Triennale was the wonderful location chosen for the presentation of Mila Schön Women's 2015 Spring / Summer collection on Saturday Sept. 20th.
Models walk lightly, illuminated by the white light that filters through the large windows of the room and that help create a lunar atmosphere.
The volumes of the suits and dresses are geometric but softened by delicate fabrics: layers of organza, embroidered cottons for a honeycomb effect and hand-painted flowers from outer space.
Dresses with a soft silhouette in the shades of coral and white are made from impalpable fabrics like chiffon, crêpe de chine and silk and put lunar whites, greys and pastel colors side by side with emerald greens, vermilion reds, gold and oranges. Lengths vary from mini and midi to maxi.
Astonishing long dresses featuring a demi-couture construction close the impressive fashion show.
Alessandro De Benedetti, creative director for Mila Schön, who we have met at the show backstage, tells us about how he sees the new Mila Schön woman: "Mila Schön woman is a woman who lives in a parallel reality clothed with garments with geometric shapes and floral fabrics stolen from the landscapes of Pluto and Neptune, a woman reaching out to a future world."
Credits: Gio Staiano