For their first pre-fall collection — and second outing — for Gianfranco Ferré, creative directors Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi said they were interpreting a new fashion code, one that emphasizes a woman’s inner self rather than in-your-face sexiness. This translated into a mostly dark lineup of architectural dresses and coats cast in wools and rich velvets, and a lighter hand when it came to embellishments.


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