Ferretti’s Clean Resort – Alberta Ferretti takes a detour from feminine dresses for a more relaxed and bohemian look for her resort 2012 collection. With crisp whites and bold hues of blue, red and turquoise, the Ferretti woman sports explosive patterns and loose-fitting trousers reminiscent of ’70s sportswear for an elegant yet wearable look.
Lovely Philosophy – Alberta Ferretti’s Philosophy collection finds a mature tone for the resort season with tailored pants, lace embellishments and nautical motifs in the form of stripes and navy. Modeled by Frida Aasen and Tali Lennox, lightweight outerwear and frilly dresses play to the little girl in us all.
Alberta Ferreti’s fall 2011 collection opened with a parade of ’60s inspired coats and dresses complete with graphic prints and above the knee hems. As the show progressed, it became apparent that autumn is all about the details. From crystal adorned sack dresses to delicate ruffles, femininity and lightness reigned supreme for Ferretti’s latest showing.
Alberta Ferretti’s spring 2011 campaign is undeniably soft and romantic for the new season, and which photographer and model duo better to convey that image than Paolo Roversi and Sasha Pivovarova? Showcasing the label’s ruffled and sheer fabrics, the ethereal images are as haunting as they are beautiful.
Known for her romantic and feminine designs, Alberta Ferretti presents yet another stunning collection of dresses and gowns in Milan. For spring, there is definite seventies inspiration with floppy hats and bohemian prints. Despite being a reoccurring theme of the spring season, Ferretti manages to bring a refreshing levity to the runway with sheer fabrics and delicate ruffles.
Going in a more darker direction for the fall season, Alberta Ferretti’s latest campaign enlists Paolo Roversi to photograph a series of film style advertisements. Starring Monika Jagaciak and Sigrid Agren, the moody images bring a whole new layer to the label’s feminine collection of outerwear and detail orientated dresses styled by Anastasia Barbieri.