On the last day of Milan Fashion Week, Frankie Morello chose loud over subtle for their Spring/Summer 15 collection.
The range offered plenty of thick stripes that were full of colour, opposed to thin striped detailing that some other designers this week have opted for. Morello used royal navy, blacks and creams to create some very eye-catching garments with a shine finish.
With almost each and every design, there was some form of print embellishment. T-shirts and polo shirts included a rectangular panel with an Italian sculpture print. What PAUSE loved most of all were the all-over print raincoats! With designs being on both the front and back of the garment, these jackets are definitely statement items to any outfit.
The more simplistic items from the Frankie Morello collection were often kept clean and white to balance out the bolder looks on the runway. PAUSE also noticed a couple of flare trousers, already seen at LC:M on the Topman runway, as well as what seems to be one of the most popular trends at both LC:M and MFW, the ‘mankle’ trouser length.
Words: Jordan Bunker