10 Best from Kristina Ti – Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017

Hi Everyone,

Fashion forward looking is an essential exercise to any sustainable wardrobe. Especially now as we start clearing away Winter and getting ready for Spring in our wardrobes. So here we go revisiting the latest Fashion weeks.

Kristina Ti, a relatively new Italian brand really catches the eye, showing just how important colour is going to be next Fall – she gives us great insight as to the colours we should be keeping and looking out for in the shops as they appear. Interesting to note too is the strong featuring of fish net stockings – obviously a trend that’s here to stay for a bit!

Kristina Ti is really only available in shops in Italy so keep the name in mind for your next visit but watch the highlights as she really does manage to capture prevailing trends.

10 Best from Kristina Ti – Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017


A touch of red is here to stay – seen at many shows in Milan this season.


10 Best from Kristina Ti - Milan Fashion Week Fall 2017

Mustard is making a new feature in the coming Fall – possibly an extension from the yellow trend seen now.



Off the shoulder is here to stay. Navy is also featured large.



What a nice way to brighten Winter months with a touch of turquoise.



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