Milan Fashion Week: The top 5 trends developing for Spring 2016

Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2016
Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2016 shot by Peter Stigter

What happened to androgyny? The buzzword of last season wasn’t mentioned once this Milan Fashion Week, where it’s okay to dress like a girl again. Florals, Victorian ruffles, and dresses, preferably long and loose, were among the top looks for Spring 2016.

There’s a lighthearted mood in the air, especially at Dolce & Gabbana where the cheerful models took selfies transmitted to large screens hanging over the crowd.

Meanwhile, the buzz cut is making a buzz among models, especially with the week’s standouts Ruth Bell and twins Camilla and Giulia Venturini. In an ultra-fem season, a near-bald scalp gives edge to frills and lace for women whose style leans more to the brooding side.

Flip through Milan Fashion Week’s top 5 trends, Spring 2016:

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