Vero Milano AW15 Collection
This season Vero Milano designer Alina Matei took inspiration for her latest collection from the many cultures she encountered during her recent travels. Tribal print mix with luxurious fabrics and alongside winter wardrobe staples there are stand out pieces that will add a fun dimension to your evening outfits for Autumn/Winter 15.
Alina travels a lot, collecting ideas from the places she visits and the cultures she finds. Always brimming with ideas, Alina finds she has to whittle down her many different designs until the ultimate final finessed collection is complete. For Autumn/Winter, the Vero Milano collection is definitely chic. Designed with versatility in mind, the dresses, separates and fur gilets aim to provide an air of effortless style and sophistication. Perfect for our fast-paced, modern lifestyle these pieces are classic and timeless and easy to throw on after work for cocktail hour or style up with fabulously coiffured hair for party season.
Vero Milano AW15 Collection
Vero Milano is a luxury fashion label, whose outfits have been acclaimed by top fashion critics on major international catwalks. If you’re looking for the wow factor for a glamourous event or simply a new look for drinks with the girls, Vero Milano is your destination.
From the fierce range of bandage dresses that contour the body, to the bold statement made by the fur gilets, the Vero Milano AW15 collection is sumptuous, yet edgy. I love the faux leather jacket this season, a raw biker edge feel with safety pins on the collar. I’m loving the Callanne jacket in beige, it is a great look to rock and a definitely a new twist on a classic biker style.
“My favourite pieces in the new collection are the fur gilets – especially Celestine – as they can be worn layered over wardrobe staples like jeans, leather trousers and longline tees, or dressed up with heels, a designer clutch and one of our bandage dresses”, Alina Matei
Striking bandage dresses, shimmering cocktail dresses, and co-ord sets with bold colours and patterns are all perfect for party season. Structured bodices and figure hugging bodycon dresses contour and sculpt the body to create the perfect silhouette. Featuring shimmering, effervescent tones of midnight blue and soft pearl pink the Arlette dress is bound to go down a storm for party season this winter.
“I’m a firm believer that looking and feeling beautiful is not dependent on age, it is a mindset you wear every day, just like getting dressed, so I aim to create collections which appeal to all women.” Alina Matei
The Nalini black sports luxe suit wouldn’t look out of place when brunching with the girls, pre shopping in Milan or Lisbon. It’s also available in grey.
Whilst the Prunellie black fringed mini dress is a nice alternative to the LBD for a night out. A little bit Strictly head turning, all about the fringe. Women will come up to you and ask where you bought it, for sure!
Now for a little colour. The Valeray Tribal Print Mini Dress is certainly one way to hold on to summer! If you’re holidaying this winter, maybe a trip over to Dubai pre Christmas or celebrating New Year in South Africa. This dress is a perfect day to night outfit, with a burst of colour that will be fabulous in the sunshine.
I love a party but I do have a real issue with Christmas party season being all red lace dresses and black floor length numbers. Make a statement this season with this the Vespasien Yellow Bandage bandeau top and skirt.
Team with a tuxedo jacket with satin lapels or a cropped black leather jacket to add some warmth and party with a little bit of sunshine and no tinsel in sight!
Sexy yet elegant, the collection features dresses in playful prints, rich jewel tones and timeless black with metallic accents. “I wanted to create a versatile collection for all women to look and feel fabulous in. The cuts and colours I chose flatter the female form to add shape and definition for a perfect silhouette”. – Alina Matei.
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