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Gucci Gucci ooh la la! This is arguably one of my favorite collections to come out of Milan Fashion Week. For the new season, Frida Giannini turned her focus away from nightclub glamour in favor of accessible day-dressing that real women will want to wear. Proportions were mid-sixties inspired and came in the form of double-breasted coats, tailored suits and demure mod dresses that fell to just above the knee. The lushness was in the fabrics and the amazing accessories which included handbags with the signature horse-bit hardware and irresistible animal print, python or patent leather knee boots.

Frida Giannini certainly has an eye for color. The way she mixed together dusty pinks, pistachio green, powder blue, slate grey, ox-blood and marigold yellow – took my breath away! In keeping with the brand’s glamorous DNA, a series of crystal embellished short cocktail dresses closed the show.

Image credit: vogue.com