Marni Spring 2011

The Marni Spring 2011 woman is athletic and her style is inspired by sports uniform references.

The sports theme was seen in the day wear which included flared tops paired with a skirt which was sometimes also paired with leggings or cycling shorts.

We also saw tropical print dresses in both mini and maxi lenghts.

For the evening the pieces became more glizzy with coloured paillettes, lace, and beaded embroidery details.

The typically bright colour palette included bright yellow, electric blue, green, orange and pink.

All the models wore aviator caps with messy back-combed hair poking out from underneath it.

Other keys accessories included bags, sandals, tinted sunglasses and sculptured necklaces.

Favourites: Tropical blue dress and pink double flounced hemmed pants paired with asymmetrical on top

Who I See Wearing This Collection: Chloe Sevigny and Maggie Gyllenhaal

Fendi Spring 2011 Re-See

Fendi Spring 2011 Re-See

Front Row @ Emilio Pucci Spring 2011

Front Row @ Emilio Pucci Spring 2011

4 Responses to Marni Spring 2011

  1. Emi September 27, 2010 at 15:53 #

    This is, maybe, the ugliest collection seen in Milan, the pink pants are so ridiculous… and the flat sandals remind me the sandals worn by old german tourists I use to see in my town during summer holidays!

  2. Lee Ann September 26, 2010 at 19:43 #

    Hannah- I agree this collection was very disappointing but so was the collection before that and the one before that. Having said that by the time it reaches the store -there will be something to wear as it is over 400 pieces- you only saw a fifth. I blame the stylist Lucinda Chambers who is making it ugly. There was some fabulous jewellery. Having said that there were some fairly silly looking woman in the audience all decked out in Marni which did make me hope that I did not look as ridiculous.

  3. Hannah September 26, 2010 at 16:45 #

    Marni has lost all it’s charm and cleanliness itusedto have, everything seems messy and purposeless nowadays. I miss how chic and covetable the old collections used to be. I am very dissappointed, There’s even no jewllery to redeem it. I am hoping for an improvement.

    • mol September 26, 2010 at 18:34 #

      I agree. I have some of the older pieces and wear them often still, but I’m not lusting after anything from this collection.

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