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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014
READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK
When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14. 
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GIANFRANCO FERRE’

SPRING/SUMMER-2014

READY-TO-WEAR / MILAN FASHION WEEK

When you want to describe the collection of Gianfranco Ferre that was shown at the end tail of the Milan Fashion Week, for the spring/summer 2014 season, you have to consider describing architecture as well. Here the collection holding the name of the “Architect of Fashion” was designed by Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron. What is obvious and should be noted is the achievement of what the brand calls “aesthetic formality” by geometric sharpness, asymmetric layers and altitudinous slits. The experienced sartorial traditions of Ferre, transformed the collection into pieces of origami artwork where most of the looks were cinched at the waist with stitched ribbons and knotted obi belts. The materials as usual fall into the luxury section of fabrics were silk cady, hammered silk, enver satin, and gazar dominated by a spring calm colors of pearl grey, which, & midnight blue. Finally, we must mention a big appreciation to the two designers, whom their professional knowledge and creativity was able to keep the traditional success of the late designer Gianfranco Ferre. The images above, shown above are what My Luxury Style selects for you as the TOP looks from Gianfranco Ferre SS14.

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