Editor's top ten picks: Milan

Poolside at Prada and pig noses at Vivienne Westwood, fashion editor Elizabeth Fraser-Bell selects her favourite moments

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Backstage at Prada SS15, Dazed
Backstage at Prada SS15Photography by Lea Colombo


“A massive white-pillared Yves Klein blue pool, surrounded on all sides by bleachers covered in dodgy golden-brown carpet (only Miuccia would pair that with a glittering pool) that extended to a raised runway on the water – it was a Miuccia-style take on an old summertime chestnut.”

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“Ahoy sailor! A crisp maritime cruise on the Gucci yacht. Ticking all the nautical boxes and yet deftly managing to rise above costume party clichés.”

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“Boys wore suits with sandals and pixelated bomber jackets paired with Fendi’s Peekaboo bag adorned with totem-video game figures.”

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“Plein turned the Botta baths and Caimi pool into a giant night-time water theatre, kicking off his fashion spectacle with a group of synchronised swimmers in Swarovski-studded swimming caps and Theophilus London performing from the back of a jet ski driven by a guy in a tux before the models walked along the poolside runway. Only in Milan.”

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“This season, Westwood and partner Andreas Kronthaler turned our attention to the horrible plight of industrially farmed animals, using the pig as an emblem of their activist campaign and collection.”

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“A leitmotif was antique statue prints that were pulled and warped to form new lines and morph into camouflage.”

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“Drawing on Stephen Sprouse and mash-ups of contemporary art and Andy Warhol's camouflage, the designers sent out a succession of sportswear-inspired pieces covered in neon camo and denim embroidered with sketches and scribbles from an artist's canvas to the sound of Edie Sedgewick's dialogue from Factory Girl.”

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“A crimson-hued tribute to traditional Spain, complete with charging bulls, matador costumes and Flamenco-inspired polka dots.”

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“The show was styled with little neckerchiefs in dark hues and patterns, with models walking in slip-on sandals and socks.”

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“The collection exuded a quiet, subdued luxury – weathered wanderers in fraying cashmere and knits bleached by sun, with models’ hair held back by headbands.”

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