Alberta Ferretti Fall 2011 | Milan Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth


Published February 23, 2011

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.

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6 thoughts on “Alberta Ferretti Fall 2011 | Milan Fashion Week”

  1. It’s really hit and miss for me. Either the colors/prints work really well or not at all. I love the coats though!

    • completely agree.. i was really looking forward to something amazing, like last season. This collection has kind of disappointed me 🙁 i like the dresses though. that’s about it.

  2. I agree with all of the comments so far. Fairly disappointing though I do like some of the dresses in the second half of the show.

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