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...Gianfranco Ferre’s Spring/Summer 1988 collection was shown at Milan fashion week. Drawing on the coast and ocean for inspiration, Ferre produced a series of garments that were breezy, unashamedly glamourous, and a celebration of the colours...
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...Gianfranco Ferre's Spring/Summer 1989 show for his eponymous label was presented at Milan Fashion Week. Models such as Sonia Cole, Anna Bayle, Gail Elliott and Marpessa Hennink walked the runway wearing chic modern-day couture. Ferre...
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...Gianfranco Ferré’s Spring/Summer 1992 womenswear show was presented at Milan Fashion Week. The collection featured cruise-wear, including swimsuits, sun hats, and light chiffon. Daywear and eveningwear showcased soft tailoring, slim fit...
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...Gianfranco Ferre’s Spring/Summer 1995 show for Christian Dior was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Ferre showed a classic display of his architectural French glamour, focusing on balancing volume with slim fits that emphasised the model...
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...Gianfranco Ferre’s Autumn/Winter 1999 show was presented at Milan Fashion Week. Ferre’s background as an architect was apparent, with quilted jackets and origami-inspired silk blouses with oversized cuffs and asymmetrical high stand...
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...Gianfranco Ferre’s Autumn/Winter 1989 womenswear collection took place in Milan. Ferre was unashamed in his use of sumptuous furs and skins for outwear looks, jackets, dresses, and trims. Dramatic silhouettes were created with oversized...
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...Gianfranco Ferre’s Autumn/Winter 1992 womenswear show took place at Milan Fashion Week. The collection was an amalgam of Orientalism and Anglophilia, presenting both eveningwear and daywear in a color palette mixing natural hues and shades...
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...Gianfranco Ferré’s Autumn/Winter 1994 womenswear collection was presented at Milan Fashion Week. It showcased an elaborate, glamorous dressing based on architectural symmetry. Often exaggerating proportions in both dressmaking...
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...Gianfranco Ferre's Spring/Summer 1996 show for Dior was presented at Paris Fashion Week. Models walked the runway wearing glamorous and feminine garments inspired by both contemporary fashion and Christian Dior's late 1940s 'New Look...
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...Gianfranco Ferre's Spring/Summer 1996 show was presented at Milan Fashion Week. The collection began with a line of minimalist swimsuit, tank top, and panties combinations, setting the simple tone of the collection before a range...