The tousled hair and flushed cheeks at Versace created one of the most covetable looks from the spring/summer 2016 catwalks so far.

Versace, Milan Fashion Week S/S16

Bottega Veneta

For spring/summer 2016, the Bottega Veneta woman is naturally groomed and elegant. Flushed cheeks, strong brows and effortless hair characterised the look.

Bottega, Milan Fashion Week S/S16

Dolce & Gabbana

In keeping with the inspiration behind the collection—Italy in Love—the make-up was flawless with dewy skin and a beautiful smoky feline flick. As is tradition with a Dolce & Gabbana show, hair was arranged into elegant, braided up-dos with floral headpieces.

D&G, Milan Fashion Week S/S16

Emporio Armani

Oxblood lips have been seen across the SS16 catwalks. At Emporio Armani, the make-up artist Linda Cantello used a matte formula set against a clean, fresh canvas.

Armani, Milan Fashion Week S/S16

Salvatore Ferragamo

Bold brows, dewy skin and a slicked back, low ponytail complimented the sleek, sophisticated collection at Salvatore Ferragamo.

Ferragamo, Milan Fashion Week S/S16


Blue eye make-up was one of the biggest emerging trends in London, and it was also seen at Missoni in Milan. While the bold statement shadows aren’t a look we would take directly from the catwalk, it was fitting with the collection.

Missoni, Milan Fashion Week S/S16

Roberto Cavalli

Traditionally, the make-up at Roberto Cavalli is a smoky eye. However for spring/summer 2016, the look was minimal with just a flush on the cheeks and a coat of mascara on the eyes. In keeping, the hair was more chic and groomed than usual.

Cavalli, Milan Fashion Week S/S16


The beauty at Prada always hints at a beauty trend, however we’re not sure we’ll be willing to paint our lips with glitter or slick down our baby hair for SS16…

Prada, Milan Fashion Week S/S16


Rustic, earthy tones across the eyes is another trend-in-the-making for spring. At Blugirl, the look was combined with a shiny  slicked-back low ponytail for a more polished, elegant finish.

Blugirl, Milan Fashion Week S/S16


The make-up at Fendi gave the term ‘bold brows’ a whole new meaning. The thick black lines were painted across a canvas of perfect skin.

Fendi, Milan Fashion Week S/S16

Max Mara

While the red and green painted brows at Max Mara aren’t a look we’d channel off the catwalk, they did bring an interesting splash of colour to the trends.

Max Mara, Milan Fashion Week S/S16

Max Mara

Mixing textures and adding plenty of height, the hair was equally as daring.

Max Mara, Milan Fashion Week S/S16


Interestingly, Moschino’s beauty look was both flattering and wearable for spring/summer 2016. The Sixties-style flick against beautifully glowing skin was the kind of beauty we want now, as well as next season.

Moschino, Milan Fashion Week S/S16


The look at Emilio Pucci is always a covetable one. With loosely textured hair and creamy, dewy, gorgeous skin, the Pucci woman is, yet again, who we aspire to be.


Pucci, Milan Fashion Week S/S16


The trend for fresh complexions also continued at Gucci. Strategic highlighter gave the skin extra radiance, while the hair was glossy and groomed.

Gucci, Milan Fashion Week S/S16

Alberta Ferretti

Tanned skin, brushed-up brows and a loose, effortless up-do: there was little not to love about the beauty look from Alberta Ferretti for spring.

Ferretti, Milan Fashion Week S/S16