The focus on dramatic proportions was clear at the Gianfranco Ferre collection featured during this edition of the Milan Fashion Week 2013. See the show's hottest looks.
The Gianfranco Ferre fall 2013 collection stayed well
within the lines set by this Milan Fashion Week 2013 bringing
plenty of masculine inspired outfits which have the power to
instantly make a statement. Designers Federico Piaggi and Stefano
Citron chose to display exaggerated proportions, dark tones and a
multitude of modern options which put all the focus on the on the
geometry and edginess. An easily distinguishable '80s allure which
was evident all throughout the new line.
The new alternatives from the Gianfranco Ferre fall 2013 collection have a clear dramatic vibe, however despite the edgy component that was instantly visible, there were also quite a lot of elements that were focused on sexiness. High slits, bold cutouts, spectacular proportions all manage to create an interesting effect that never fails to impress and amaze. The color palette is fairly restricted and tends to repeat across the line leaving the entire focus on the simple yet high impact ensembles shown.
Though such a clear preference for masculine alternatives was
rarely seen at this Milan Fashion Week edition, the Gianfranco
Ferre fall 2013 collection features softer, more feminine
outfits as well with even a few versatile pieces thrown in. Another
aspect in which the new collection subscribes to the direction that
is currently contouring. Leather pieces are making an appearance
enhancing the edgy touch of the new line. All in all, the new
alternatives sure manage to make a statement immediately.
This Milan Fashion Week 2013 edition has sure brought a multitude of amazing alternatives into the spotlight and the new Gianfranco Ferre fall 2013 collection proved the perfect choice for highlighting the hottest new season options and emphasize what the upcoming seasons will be all about: fabulous looks with plenty of dramatic options which instantly steal the spotlight.
Photo courtesy of Gianfranco Ferre