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24.02.10

Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti Fall 2010

During New York Fashion Week I was invited to the Philosophy Fall 2010 presentation.

When I arrived at the venue where the presentation was being held Ms Ferretti was in the foyer to meet her guests.

This made it feel like she was inviting you to her home which was very special.

The collection was elegant mix of sensual femininity with masculine touches including stiff collars, thick black belts, double breasted blazers and workman style boots.

On the feminine side I loved the sensuality of the ruffles, lace, embroidery and satin ribbons.

The elegant evening gowns were embroidered with delicate sequins and some of these looks were paired with cropped sweaters or a long wool coat.

I loved the contrast of this collection which gelled so beautifully.

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07.05.09

Alberta Ferretti And C.H.I.P.S. 2009 Spring Luncheon

Jessica Stroup wore a cute white paillette covered Ferretti dress, adding an edge with a black ribbon tied around her neck, and black booties.

Very interesting accents.

Nicky Hilton also added a slight edge to her bohemian Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti Aztec paisley dress, with an olive green Matthew Williamson for H&M cropped leather jacket, and snakeskin platform heels.

For a red carpet newbie, Lynn Collins is making a very impressive impact.

I won’t pretend I’m crazy about her shoe choice. A nude heel would have been my preference to compliment the nude layers on her Philosophy Di Alberta Ferretti silk chiffon tiered dress.

Marisa Tomei looks like she was having fun at this event, wearing a gorgeous turquoise embroidered Alberta Ferretti pocketed mini dress, with equally gorgeous ivory heels.

Quite frankly, I’m lusting after the whole look.

Angie Harmon wore a flapper style Alberta Ferretti Spring 2009 dress.

Her dress had an orange underlay, with a fringed web-like black overlay.

She’s had better appearances on the red carpet. I would’ve liked to seen her in something that had more of a Spring-like feel to it, like the other attendees.

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