sabato 25 febbraio 2012
MILANO TUTTA PER VOI !!!!!!
MILAN - FashionTV brought you all the fresh fashion coverage from Milan Fashion Week Spring/Summer 2012 with lots of sophisticated, elegant, and beautiful designs from big names like Roberto Cavalli, Missoni, Dolce & Gabbana, and more! We caught models like Aymeline Valade and Daphne Groeneveld, who opens the first show in this review: Dsquared2. Glastonbury Festival pride takes hold as models for Dsquared2 walk down the runway in hippie bohemian looks meets rocker glam, perfect for an arts and music concert of this magnitude. FTV has plenty of backstage action and an exclusive look at the show. Models like Aiste-Regina Kliveckaite and Iris Egbers get ready backstage at the colorful D&G show. The colorful patterns of D&G are center stage with dresses and tops made of lavish silk print and gold embellishments. The Blumarine show is full of life and color as models like Karlie Kloss sashay down the runway. Roberto Cavalli is bright gold and sensational as always. Just Cavalli is more youthful with more of the leopard prints and colors we love from Roberto. Alessandro dell'Acqua's No. 21 is sophisticated, feminine and classy, which Bianca Balti likes because she believes that Dell'Acqua's Italian woman appears as she should. Gucci's colorful geometric prints pop out on the runway. Alberta Ferretti's Spring 2012 "metropolitan jungle" is still flirty feminine Ferretti as always. Missoni's dancing girl is highlighted in cobalt blue, knit, and signature Missoni prints. The gold and silver leafs on the eyes and poofy hair don't take away from the talent of Karl Lagerfeld at Fendi with his academic but fashionable style pieces. Versace's Meditarranean style Spring 2012 collection is white and studded. Emilio Pucci's gypsy-inspired collection is romantic and beautiful. Prada is pretty as always with unique textures and bandeau tops. Marni's mod prints make an impact. Dolce & Gabbana's collection brings out the Italian celebs (and Scarlett Johansson) and of course, it is worth the wait