Gianfranco Ferré

gianfranco ferre spring 2014 8 Gianfranco Ferré Spring 2014 | Milan Fashion Week

Ferré’s Shape of Spring – Marking their fifth season at the helm of the brand, Gianfranco Ferré designers Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron looked towards the Italian label’s past for inspiration with the spring 2014 collection. Ferré’s signature architectural shapes were out in full force for the new season in subtle shades of ivory, beige and blue. Sculpted shoulders, draped fabrics and soft folds dominate the looks which strike a balance between powerful and feminine. A more pared down aesthetic took shape in the form of belted dresses, wide-legged pants and cropped jackets.

gianfranco ferre Gianfranco Ferré Fall 2012 | Milan Fashion Week

Gianfranco Ferré’s Streamlined Fall – Designers Stefano Citron and Federico Piaggi presented their second collection for Gianfranco Ferré with the label’s fall 2012 showing presented on the final day of Milan Fashion Week. The two embraced an androgynous aesthetic and used a color palette of inky black, silvery grey, navy and off white. Forgoing patterns or jewelry, the new season was all about shape with streamlined silhouettes that were modern if not futuristic. Ferré’s androgynous heroine also got a touch of glam with the use of lush fur and metallic fabrics for the upcoming autumn.

gianfranco ferre Gianfranco Ferré Spring 2012 | Milan Fashion Week

Ferrè’s Pared Down Spring – In a season of many prints and colors, the Gianfranco Ferrè spring 2012 collection is quite refreshing with its monotone dresses and minimal accessories. The Italian label offered up sleek silhouettes that were loose-fitting yet featured feminine curves. Most of the thirty-plus looks were cinched at the waist and showcased impeccable tailoring in hues of ivory, nude and spring brights.

gfad Gianfranco Ferré Spring/Summer 2010 Campaign Preview | Dree Hemingway by Inez & Vinoodh

Dree Hemingway grabs her third campaign of the season with Gianfranco Ferré’s most recent ads. Photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadnin with art direction by Michael Amzalag and Mathias Augustyniak, the advertisements go for a more classic style as they juxtapose fluid fabrics with the stark contrast of a studio background.

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