♥From Vintage Jaguar Green at Bally to Philipp Plein’s Underwater Orchestra, 5 Things We Loved Today at Milan Fashion Week♥
1.) Bally‘s new bags are all clean lines and ladylike straps, but the standouts from its spring 2015 collection were an elegant, deep emerald hue inspired by the tone of vintage Jaguar automobiles. And after all, green means go.
2.) The nineties were back at Versace in a big, big way—skorts! White-waist-banded branded underwear! Sparkle!—but the Medusa pendants were surprisingly small. Demure, even! Count us in.
3.) Alessandra Facchinetti took her bow at the Tod’s show today in an effortlessly stylish and entirely charming big blue shirt that is basically what we want to be living in come next spring.
4.) Brunello Cucinelli’s laser-cut shrunken gray mink spin on a hoodie: Because what else are you going to wear to cycling class?
5.) From a projected bat signal to a swimming pool filled with Styrofoam replete with a pair of frolicking male models, Philipp Plein’s underwater extravaganza was a sight that had to be seen to be believed—but it was the orchestra playing Depeche Mode which won us over.
Vogue.com: 5 Things We Loved Today at Milan Fashion Week