Discover some Italian accessories trends during Milan Fashion Week Spring Summer 2015: sport, sea, and artistic touches with visual depth.

1) Bright and White

White sneakers were seen on the runway in several of the Milan Spring/Summer 2015 collections. The street style trend began a few seasons ago and has grown to enormous proportions with the along with the popularity of Stan Smiths. At Bottega Veneta, it felt lowkey and sophisticated. At Hogan, the look was simple and sporty.

Bottega Veneta Spring Summer 2015

2)  Artisanal Chic

Seemingly layered and handcrafted accessories were apparent. Paintlike drops of rubber adorned bags; leather had a crafty feel. At Furla, innovation and art went hand in hand. At Bottega Veneta, the Intrecciato looked like straw.

Furla Spring Summer 2015

3) Shoe Lace

What looked like openwork fabric was printed onto brogues and flats. At Jimmy Choo, the look was pretty and boyish.

Jimmy Choo Spring Summer 2015

4) Jewel Rays

From sparkling crystal-decorated bags to bright stone-encrusted shoes, the trend from Resort FW14 carried over to SS 2015. At Tod’s, the signature Gommino was reinterpreted into golden circles. At Bulgari, the clasps themselves are gems

Bulgari Spring Summer 2015

5)  On Natural Ground

Double straps across the upper and lower foots came in all kinds of materials. Some looked inspired by Teva sandals – with a shimmery detail. Others had chunky heels or metal bar ankle straps. Cloglike styles were also seen. At Hogan, it was about easy glamour while at Ferragamo, straps criss-crossed the foot and ankle. At Bally, thickness reigned. Metallic bars at Giuseppi Zanotti kept the feet in place.

(L to R) Bally and Ferragamo

6)  True Bleu

Blue accessories were a highlight to nautical-striped fashion, denim attire and rosy pinks or reds. At Bottega Veneta, a navy blue bag displayed the color of the season while at Jimmy Choo, light blue flats were placed against by a blue textile wall.

Bottega Veneta

7) Sun and Green

Strong yellows and a variety of green colors shaded shoes and bags. A yellow streak ran through bags at Jimmy Choo while a Bally bag comes in multi-greens.

Bally

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