Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti Spring 2011 | New York Fashion Week

Finding inspiration in Eastern culture, the spring 2011 line from Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti brings some bold color to New York Fashion Week in the form of jewel tone fabrics adorned with floral and graphic designs. In addition to its vibrant hues, the collection also featured Qipao dresses paired with conical hats and brocaded handbags for a fusion of Eastern and Western fashion.















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18 Responses to “Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti Spring 2011 | New York Fashion Week”

  1. Those hats, Bernard Chandran had sent his models down the runway during his Spring/Summer 2010 collection showcase at London Fashion Week earlier this year.
    Do check his designs out.

  2. Those hats, Bernard Chandran had sent his models down the runway during his Spring/Summer 2010 collection showcase at London Fashion Week earlier this year.
    Do check his designs out.

  3. Those hats, Bernard Chandran had sent his models down the runway during his Spring/Summer 2010 collection showcase with the exact same thing but in gold at London Fashion Week earlier this year.
    Do check his designs out. :)

  4. Those hats, Bernard Chandran had sent his models down the runway during his Spring/Summer 2010 collection showcase with the exact same thing but in gold at London Fashion Week earlier this year.
    Do check his designs out. :)

  5. These are y lovely collections. I like to wear brighter shades since it gives me a younger look and I learned this fashion tip from fashion styling

  6. Those hats make the chinese culture so amazing. Read up on the history about it. It looks even better here, and this collection would have something missing if not for the hats.
    The dresses are flirty, I like.

  7. Those hats make the chinese culture so amazing. Read up on the history about it. It looks even better here, and this collection would have something missing if not for the hats.
    The dresses are flirty, I like.

  8. Those hats make the chinese culture so amazing. Read up on the history about it. It looks even better here, and this collection would have something missing if not for the hats.
    The dresses are flirty, I like.

  9. Leonardo Wolfe Reply

    I love those kind of hats especially those look like sakats, I think it is a traditional style of fashion that represented by the model and I proud that until now they still respect the traditional style.

    Barbisio

  10. Leonardo Wolfe Reply

    I love those kind of hats especially those look like sakats, I think it is a traditional style of fashion that represented by the model and I proud that until now they still respect the traditional style.

    Barbisio

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