Alberta Ferretti Catwalk Fashion Show Milan FW2015

February 26, 2015 by  
Filed under Fashion, Milan, womenswear

Alberta Ferretti was designing with portraits from the Italian Renaissance in mind. No wonder the collection had romance, femininity, a little mystery and imagination. Sometimes a bit too literal, like the red hood, trimmed in crimson fur on a puckered princess-cut coat with a zip front for a little sporty panache.
Ferretti makes beautiful, feminine things, such as the group of filmy, ivory chiffon and organza peasant blouses with blouson sleeves, high ruffled necklines and traditional lace embellishments. Likewise, the sweeping crotchet knits, ethereal black-and-white lace gowns and short dresses with elaborate embroideries that reflected the deep, fiery tones of dawn and dusk.

Alberta Ferretti Catwalk Fashion Show Milan Womenswear SS2014

September 19, 2013 by  
Filed under womenswear

Known for her feminine dreamy collections, Alberta Ferretti showed a slight change of style with her summer collection. She still presented countless elegant, sheer dresses for her loyal clientèle, yet she sparked things up a bit too. Skirts got shorter, colors brighter as if she was aiming at a slightly younger audience this time. Models with strong eyebrows and sophisticated buns and poppy earrings made us think of Italian ladies (it sometimes even felt as if we were at Stefano and Domenico’s show) as Ferretti indeed referred to female viagra australia the South of Italy with her vibrant selection of summer wear. White playful, lace dresses had colorful embroidered folkloric, floral details and ribbons on them in orange, pink, red and what not. Striped skirts looked modern, a deep blue, orange, white and green maxi version worn with a cropped top specifically caught our eyes! And no matter how youthful the day wear dresses might appear the airy floor length evening gowns from the finally seemed suitable for girls in their twenties and their sixties.