Gianfranco Ferré died in 2007, but his label — where the clothes are strong, architectural and never trendy — lives on. Fall 2010 at Ferré is clearly for the tough-as-nails, bad-ass Alpha Woman: Nothing delicate or flowery here!
The Blumarine fall 2010 show in Milan today was black and white and fringed all over. Hello '80s, hello zebra, hello mullet dress!
At best, the Ferretti show in Milan today was beribboned and romantic. At worst, it was somber, bedraggled and a little old.
Franco Moschino died in 1994, but his label keeps producing quirky designs. Despite some somber colors at the show in Milan last night, the models actually looked like they were having fun!
In a deliberately dowdy, retro, cool-bizarre sort of way, of course. Picture the wardrobe of a fabulous bohemian faculty wife circa '59 who dabbles in pottery. And if like, ahem, some of us, that sounds amazing, you're in luck!
Today in Milan, the D&G show appealed to ladies who love Aspen, Vail, or Gstaad. And to ladies who love cozy knits. And to ladies who love sweaters with reindeer on them. And to ladies who love fur.