Iceberg Spring 2012 | Milan Fashion Week

Joanna Elizabeth


Published September 23, 2011

Iceberg Shines for SpringIceberg’s spring 2012 show delivers on the glam for the new season with rompers, paillette decorated dresses and sheer tops. The mood of the clothing is feminine yet masculine with button-up shirts and fitted pants. Prints came in the form of graphic flower shapes and uneven stripes complemented with slouchy silhouettes. Beauty for the show paired a smoky eye with a nude lip for a daring statement.

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1 thought on “Iceberg Spring 2012 | Milan Fashion Week”

  1. It’s kind of the same combo of elements from DVF but completely different syntax– sheer/sequin-ny/print/metallics–and ropy weave textures thrown in for good measure. It so exuberant that it actually works– a lot of these will function as standout separates.

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