Salvatore Ferragamo Fall 2014 Front Row

Just like the understated luxury seen on the runway, the front row at Salvatore Ferragamo’s Fall 2014 show was suitably elegant and star-studded and helped bring Milan Fashion Week to a close in true Italian style.

Hilary Swank: Hollywood mega-star Hilary Swank brought the star power to the Italian powerhouse’s front row. Wearing a beautiful Salvatore Ferragamo Spring 2014 cream satin pleated dress with belt buckle, she oozed glamour and grace. Cut perfectly, the dress was kept understated with a pair of Salvatore Ferragamo python pumps which although pretty uninspiring, helped to keep this look suited for the day.

Alison Brie: Also wearing a top-to-toe look by the iconic Italian label, ‘Mad Men’ actress Alison Brie added a pop of spring to the front row. Opting for a Salvatore Ferragamo Resort 2014 white strapless pleated dress, Alison looked refreshingly modern and injected a welcome dose of colour with Salvatore Ferragamo pink suede heels and a Ferragamo pink, black and orange leather clutch. I think this is a great look for Alison and a great front row look for Milan.

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Anna Dello Russo: Following a string of flamboyant looks during the shows, Anna Dello Russo opted for a more restrained look for the final day of Milan fashion week in a Stella McCartney Resort 2014 dress. You may remember Kerry Washington wore this same dress to the Teen Choice Awards 2013, and I have to admit, I much prefer Kerry’s choice of footwear. Anna’s Stella McCartney boots are certainly statement-making but just far too heavy for this pretty dress. Anna’ Salvatore Ferragamo ‘Flamma’ bag however is on-trend in its mini size and adds some stylish colour .

Miroslava Duma:  Never one to disappoint, the eternally flawless Miroslava Duma continued her reign as the ultimate front row dresser in a Salvatore Ferragamo over-sized white pin-stripe suit and nude leather bra top. The elegant lady added a suitably structured cream bag to this timelessly chic look.

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