60’s fashion from MILAN – Spring/Summer 2013

The international fashion week season presented Milan Fashion Week as the third major stop in the circuit of fashion’s most influental events. One of the top trends featured on the runway was the exhilarated focus on the 60s, especially by Moschino.

Contemporary clothing – the influence of ‘flower power’:

Versus (sister line of Versace) Spring/Summer 2013:

Prada Spring/Summer 2013:

Bottega Veneta Spring/Summer 2013:

Contemporary clothing  – black and white + stripes:

Moschino Spring/Summer 2013:

Simonetta Ravizza Spring/Summer 2013:

Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2013:

Contemporary clothing – bell sleeves:

Gucci Spring/Summer 2013:

Contemporary clothing – geometric prints:

Emporio Armani Spring/Summer 2013:

RoccoBarocco Spring/Summer 2013:

Mila Sch0n Spring/Summer 2013:

Genny Spring/Summer 2013

Contemporary clothing – A-line mini dresses:

Blugirl Spring/Summer 2013:

Alberta Ferretti Spring/Summer 2013:

Moschino Spring/Summer 2013:

Laura Biagiotti Spring/Summer 2013:

Missoni Spring/Summer 2013:

More on the latest international fashion trends:

Trend Spotting at New York Fashion Week

Highlights of Paris Haute Couture

Menswear Fashion Trends from Paris

80s Sexiness from Jean Paul Gaultier

Retro from Louis Vuitton

Bees and Crinoline from Alexander McQueen

Best of Milan – The Beanie Conquers

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