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Androgynous harmony at Gianfranco Ferre

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 - 01:05

Feb. 26 - Designing duo Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron of Italian fashion house Gianfranco Ferre strike a balance between masculinity and femininity with structured pieces for their Fall 2013 runway show in Milan. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Fashion house Gianfranco Ferre unveiled its Fall 2013 collection on Monday (February 25) at a new location in the Palazzo della Permanente in Milan. Leaving behind its historical home at Via Pontaccio, the collection designed by creative designers Federico Piaggi and Stefano Citron was filled with flowing fabrics, highlighted by large men's belts which looped over themselves. The pair continue to cite Lauren Hutton as their icon of elegance, with a harmony between masculine and feminine. Another prominent feature was the oversized collars -- some of which hung over the shoulders of the models. There was very little difference in appearance between satin shirts and jackets as the fabrics draped. Their choices of color were black, white, blue and various skin-tones. The collection was finished off with tribal bib necklaces and large bracelets for the wrists.

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Androgynous harmony at Gianfranco Ferre

Tuesday, February 26, 2013 - 01:05