Milan Fashion Week's Spring/Summer 2015 shows are now under way and the models have arrived to walk at shows such as Prada, Fendi and more. Showing off their own original sense of style, each girl put their own twist on off-duty dressing. From simple t-shirts paired with skinny jeans and ankle boots, to sharp tailoring and chunky knits, here are some of the best looks spotted on the streets so far.
Touching down in Milan to walk at the Fendi Spring/Summer 2015 show, British beauty Cara Delevingne was spotted exiting the event in style. Wearing a purple fur coat over a grey t-shirt and black skinny jeans, the model completed her look with a black shoulder bag and was seen holding on to a new Karlito doll bag accessory.
German model Anna Ewers was spotted on the streets of New York City during the Spring/Summer 2015 collections. The model has already had a successful season on the catwalk and looked gorgeous in a relaxed look as she exited another show. Wearing an oversized t-shirt teamed with a chunky knit cardigan and slide-on sandals, the model completed her look with an Alexander Wang studded tote bag, loose hair and simple makeup.
Australian model Gemma Ward immediately got people talking with her surprise return to the catwalk at the Prada Spring/Summer 2015 show. The model had been absent from the fashion industry since 2008 and recently welcomed her first child. To the delight of fans, Gemma opened the show, walking the catwalk in a simple black coat paired with high socks and retro looking heels. It looks as though she will appear in the campaign for the collection, so watch this space for more Gemma!
Checking out of her hotel in London, British model Cara Delevingne looked relaxed as she departed wearing a black leather biker jacket worn over a simple sweater and white t-shirt. Paired with grey skinny jeans, black trainers, round sunglasses and a long gold necklace, Cara stuck to her usual tomboyish style as she continued to work hard during Fashion Week.
Alexa Chung was seen exiting the AnOther magazine party which was held as part of London Fashion Week. Snapped with close friend Derek Blasberg, Alexa wore a figure-hugging simple black midi dress paired with a fluffy pink clutch bag and strappy heels. With loose hair and smoky eye makeup, Alexa looked gorgeous as she enjoyed the night out. See her other looks from London Fashion Week here.
Already the current face of Proenza Schouler, model Julia Bergshoeff continues to rise to the top after already walking countless shows this season. The Dutch face was spotted during London Fashion Week, wearing a statement look as she exited the Burberry Prorsum show. She teamed a graphic bomber jacket with a simple black top, ripped skinny black trousers and slide-on trainers. Julie's street inspired look is unique and still casual.
Inspired by Jeff Koons' rabbit sculptures, photographer Sølve Sundsbø transforms models Anja Rubik, Cara Delevingne and Binx Walton in to Koons bunnies. Each model graces their own cover for the new Autumn/Winter 2015 issue of Garage magazine, while Koons even contributed a special app named 'Lady Bug' which is available through the issue.
Arriving in Milan and swiftly heading to the Gucci Spring/Summer 2015 show, British beauty Kate Moss looked gorgeous as she showed up to view the new collection. Wearing a snakeskin coat over a black dress and paired with a clutch and black heels, Kate looked radiant with natural makeup and loose wavy hair. The model was also spotted at the Burberry Prorsum show at London Fashion Week, arriving to the event with Cara Delevingne - see the photos here.
Vogue Paris editor Emmanuelle Alt always puts her own chic Parisian twist on even the most simplest of items. In this instance, she's paired a basic and relaxed pink sweater in a slightly oversized style with skinny leather trousers. Paying attention to the fine details, she has picked out a black leather belt and a pair of gorgeous pointed black heels to finish off her outfit. With loose hair and a sun-kissed natural complexion, Emmanuelle's timeless and elegant approach to style continues to impress.
London Fashion Week has just wrapped up, and the models completed their work on the catwalk in yet another city, moving on to Milan for further shows. Showing off their quirky and unique take on off-duty style, here are some of the best outfits seen during the Spring/Summer 2015 collection shows. From bright knitwear to 90s inspired denim, these models each showed off their own individual ensembles as they hit the streets. See Part 1 here.