2009 March 2
Alberta Ferretti - Milan Fall 2009
(MILAN) There was plenty to observe at Alberta Ferretti's show, a parade of pieces (some trend-driven, some Ferretti regulars) rather than a seasonal statement. But the Ferretti customer thanks her for such varied offerings, which this season ranged from the first story of colorblocked seperates in teal, azalea to the last one consisting of metallic '20s dresses. In the meantime, she offered some sales-floor winners with daywear like tailored grey wool jackets and the subtly embroidered dresses underneath. A small square bag covered entirely in white fur was a token of Ferretti's marvellous skill at manipulating shapes and textures.
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