Milan Fashion Week Shoe Of The Day: Fall 2016 Collections [Updated]

Dsquared2 Fall 2016 Shoes On The
Dsquared2 RTW fall '16 collection.
Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

Day 6 — DSquared2

Designers Dean and Dan Caten’s slightly military, slightly Victorian collection resulted in highly decorated stiletto sandals. With bits of tasseling, wrap-tying, metallic armor and beadwork, these statement heels ended Milan fashion week in full force.

Dsquared2 Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayDsquared2 RTW fall ’16 collection. Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.
Dsquared2 Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayDsquared2 RTW fall ’16 collection. Giovanni Giannoni/Fairchild.

Day 5  Marni

Creative Director Consuelo Castiglioni turned to wood details, creative heel shapes and metallics for the latest Marni collection. The expressionism of shoes this season complemented the push-pull in apparel between sharp and undulating lines.

Marni Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayMarni RTW fall ’16 collection. Rex Shutterstock.
Marni Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayMarni RTW fall ’16 collection. Swan Gallet/Fairchild.
Marni Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayMarni RTW fall ’16 collection. Swan Gallet/Fairchild.

Day 4 — Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini

Designer Lorenzo Serafini combined his duo mused this season: Lady Diana and Siuxsie Sioux. The results? Princess-meets-punk slouchy boots in black or red with 1980s ruffling sprouting from the top.

Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayPhilosophy di Lorenzo Serafini RTW fall ’16 collection. Rex Shutterstock.
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayPhilosophy di Lorenzo Serafini RTW fall ’16 collection. Rex Shutterstock.
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayPhilosophy di Lorenzo Serafini RTW fall ’16 collection. Rex Shutterstock.
Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayPhilosophy di Lorenzo Serafini RTW fall ’16 collection. Rex Shutterstock.

Day 3 — Marco de Vincenzo
What could possibly stand up to Marco de Vincenzo’s wildly fun furs and colorful coats? His answer was ultra-ruffled mules, slingbacks, boots and pumps, done in suedes and velvets. The ankle boots, featuring ruffled outer sole detail and contrasting black bow, were a particular highlight.

Marco de Vincenzo Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayMarco de Vincenzo RTW fall ’16 runway collection. Davide Maestri/Fairchild.
Marco de Vincenzo Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayMarco de Vincenzo RTW fall ’16 runway collection. Davide Maestri/Fairchild.

Click through the gallery to see the full Marco de Vincenzo fall ’16 collection.

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Day 2 — Prada
Prada, the explorer: chubby hikers with detailed soles and uppers often done in glossy leather primaries. An inspired juxtaposition of practical (sturdy soles) with a soupçon of damsel seduction.

Prada Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayPrada RTW fall ’16 runway collection. Davide Maestri/Fairchild.
Prada Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayPrada RTW fall ’16 runway collection. Davide Maestri/Fairchild.
Prada Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayPrada RTW fall ’16 runway collection. Davide Maestri/Fairchild.

Click through the gallery to see the full Prada fall ’16 collection.

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Day 1 — No. 21
Move over, minimalism: Maximalist creations prevailed at No. 21. Alessandro Dell’Acqua created crisscross sandals with block heels. They were embellished with silver studs, heavy-duty buckles and nude cable ties styled around the ankle. Though the style was also done in glitter or blue velvet, a neutral brown leather grounded this otherwise showstopping shoe.

No. 21 Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayNo. 21 RTW fall ’16 runway collection. Davide Maestri/Fairchild.
No. 21 Fall 2016 Shoes On The RunwayNo. 21 RTW fall ’16 runway collection. Davide Maestri/Fairchild.

Click through the gallery to see the full No. 21 fall ’16 collection.

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