The next stop of fashion week brings us the latest Italian designs that will cause a stir among fashionistas. One of the labels to look for when updating your style is Alberta Ferretti.
Alberta Ferretti at Milan Fashion Week fall 2013 is bound
to steal the spotlight as the Italian fashion designer is known for
her impeccable draping and twisting techniques which help shape her
creations to perfection, infusing a high dose of femininity and
romanticism into each piece. Keeping an eye on the Alberta Ferretti
fall 2013 Milan Fashion Week collection is a must if you're all
about classic chicness with a modern twist!
Milan, Italy's fashion capital will be hosting the fashion presentations of some of the world's leading brands in the industry as well as of emerging talents as in an ever-changing fashion scene the more ideas the better. Variety enables fashion enthusiasts to find their comfort-zone as far as style goes and since Alberta Ferretti is a brand with more than two decades of experience in the business, taking your cue from its creations is advisable when trying to maintain an enviable look. Alberta Ferretti's past collections reveal the brand's soft and romantic take on fashion and a quick glimpse at the Alberta Ferretti Spring 2013 collection as well as her resort 2013 collection offer us an insight on what the designer is capable of achieving.
Dresses seem to be the designer's specialty, so although we cannot predict the theme nor the outcome of Alberta Ferretti at Milan Fashion Week fall 2013, we strongly believe that from the collection will not miss the designer's signature dress designs, so make sure you sneak a peek at her creations as soon as the collection makes its runway debut on February 20th at Palazzo Serbellon corso Venezia, 16 starting 5PM as we'll update the post as soon as the info is made available. Until the Milan Fashion Week 2013 show, check out some of the designer's exquisite designs featured in previous collections!
Update! Check out the new Alberta Ferretti fall 2013 collection!
Photo courtesy of Alberta Ferretti