Gianfranco Ferré Fall 2010

The thing about being a blogger is that you can go from front row, to 5th row to standing all in one day and we gratefully accept every position we get.

Bryan Boy more known to frequent the front row, but also stands at some shows gave me a valuable advice. “If you are standing, stand by the photographers pit”.

It’s the best piece of advice I’ve been given because not only do you get to take great pictures, but you get to see the models up close and see the stunning details.

I stood by the photographers pit at the Gianfranco Ferre Fall 2010 show, which was one of my favourites of Milan Fashion Week.

Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi presented an amazing collection of mostly black, nudes, gold, tan and beige.

I don’t know why the fashion world doesn’t rave about these two very talented designers.

This was one of their more wearable collections to date, with many sleek tailored pieces which were both understated and timeless.

I felt that the elegant gowns were sign that they are making serious bid for red carpet contention. I loved the black one-sleeved black gown with a gold-braided leather side panel.

Apart from gowns we were also presented with high waisted pants, sweater dresses with leather sleeves, wool coats with furry sleeves (very much a trend in Milan) black leather skirt suits, leather dresses, skirts, woven heels and bags.

Touches of gold were evident though-out the collection.

At the re-see the following day, I couldn’t help for gush over the Look 27, Look 28 and Look 29 which were fully beaded – by hand.

Amazing craftsmanship and attention to detail. I have a new designer crush.

Credit: Style.com

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12 Responses to Gianfranco Ferré Fall 2010

  1. Dorian Gray March 1, 2010 at 20:11 #

    I really like Aquilano e Rimondi too. Even their own catwalk is been a success ;-)

    • Fashion Critic March 1, 2010 at 20:27 #

      i did as well.

  2. dressaddict March 1, 2010 at 21:07 #

    “I don’t know why the fashion world doesn’t rave about these two very talented designers.”

    So, so true, I keep wondering myself this for GF and other brands too. Marketing, marketing…
    I loved it!

  3. Ally March 1, 2010 at 21:07 #

    Someone please please please get that “Midas touch” jacket/dress (second picture, bottom row) into the hands of SWINTON!

    • Fashion Critic March 1, 2010 at 21:10 #

      Praying alongside you Ally

  4. sarahW March 1, 2010 at 22:16 #

    Kate Hudson must wear look 29 (gold beaded gown) to the oscars!

    • Fashion Critic March 1, 2010 at 22:21 #

      I like your thinking.

  5. Sharon March 1, 2010 at 22:42 #

    I love this collection. It takes me right into the period I love – the 1930s/40s. I can just see Veronica Lake in the last gown (the nude/gold). And the coat with fur sleeves is SO Bette Davis in “Dark Victory”, .

    • Fashion Critic March 1, 2010 at 22:45 #

      I love the picture you have painted. Makes me love this collection even more.

  6. mol March 1, 2010 at 23:35 #

    I love the gowns in this collection – restrained but impactful.

  7. lorra March 2, 2010 at 06:05 #

    i always loveed GF they have amazing talent remeber the dress anne hathaway wore the black and whilte one it was GF and she looked stunning in it
    too bad we dont have there shop in kuwait

  8. cassandra March 2, 2010 at 08:13 #

    I completely agree with the Tilda Swinton and Kate Hudson suggestions (and the beautiful Veronica Lake), so for my part I’d like to add Angelina Jolie to the list. Not for the red carpet necessarily, but I would love to see her on the streets of Paris in the first look pictured.

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