24 Feb 2011

Gucci's everlasting glamour

Right now I'm working on my general video reviews from the London Fashion Week but I have to admit that I didn't resist the Gucci Fall/Winter 2011 collection which I want to share with you.
Great opening for the Milan Fashion Week!
Frida Giannini started a new era of glamour for Gucci with her spring/summer 2011 collection and the designer's creations for the fall/winter 2011 season come as a logical further idea of the previous season. The same bright colours mix, the same flowing fabrics, but this time in a different, more masculine interpretation. Extra-wide silk trousers flowed in 70's proportions while the creations were highlighted by the pink and green extrordinary furs. Starting today, the dark turquoise green is one of my new favourite colours. For the evening, Giannini dared to cover the short pants with only a few meters of chiffon that composed the gowns with organza made flowers on the shoulders.
I don't know why but the dandy hats reminded me Jim Carrey in "The Mask":) .
So, the impossible is possible in Gucci collection- it's all about masculine feminity and mixing unexpected hues.





























8 comments:

  1. wow )) frumos.. brovo gabi !

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  2. Tatiana Tabirta24 Feb 2011, 07:57:00

    OMG! Salivez ((( Gabi, nu te-ai gandit (dar cred ca te-ai gandit, si totusi) ca ar fi mai bine sa pui doar titlul si intro din articol, poate cu o poza generica, si doar dupa ce-l deschizi sa fie vizibil cu poze & video cu tot? Dupa mine, mai ales ca specificul blogului tau implica adesea foarte multe imagini, ar fi mult-mult mai comod. Just a suggestion :)

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  3. O sa intreeb de cineva cu mse face, eu habar n-am!

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  4. awwww))) amazing...

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  5. Цветовые решения - просто умопомрачительные!

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  6. copy and paste the style of someone else - won't really work honey :)

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  7. Ok, if you say so why don't you show some facts about it, I mean some copy paste stuff of mine...a link please?

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