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The famous Italian designer (Alberta Ferretti) is known in the fashion world as the creator of stunningly romantic, sophisticated outfits made of light, airy, flowing fabrics. In her creations, she rarely uses bright colors and contrasting combinations of colors and textures, so the discreet beauty of her models is revealed gradually, but then they fall in love with them forever!
Alberta was born in 1950 in the small Italian town of Catholica (Cattolica Vecchia). Her childhood was spent in one of the most picturesque places in the world – on the Adriatic coast. We all come from childhood: since then, the designer’s favorite colors are shades of blue, turquoise, beige and brown – the colors of the sea, clear sky and tan! Continue reading
The prestigious Italian brand Prada today is known to everyone and everyone thanks to the Hollywood film “The Devil Wears Prada”. Despite the solid history of the brand, which was founded back in 1913, world fame came to it relatively recently.
Bags Prada – advertising poster
The brand’s history began with the Fratelli Prada (Brothers Prada) company, which owned an elite travel suitcase factory. Mario Prada, the founder of the brand, focused on wealthy customers using walrus leather for his products. His daughter Louise, who took over the management of the company in 1958, expanded the range of products: luxury bags made of python and crocodile leather, inlaid with rhinestones and shells of turtles, were in demand in Europe and America. Continue reading
The laconic style of the famous Italian fashion designer Nino Cerruti, who dressed the main characters of Beauty and Basic Instinct, has long captivated the whole world from Tokyo to New York with its luxurious simple.
His work is based on three “whales”: freedom of combination of fabrics, freedom of design and those forms in clothes that perfectly match the shape of the body. In order to wear his clothes, you must have one quality – to be able to be at ease.
The history of Cerruti begins more than a century ago. In 1881, three brothers Anthony, Quintino and Stefano Cerruti opened a small textile manufactory Lanificio Felli Cerruti in Biella (Northern Italy). These places have long been famous for the production of high-quality woolen fabrics. However, it was Nino Cherruti who brought the family business to a qualitatively new level and made a revolutionary revolution in the world of fashion. Continue reading