Alberta Ferretti Resort 2015 Collection

Retro purple fantasy is the main hit of the Alberta Ferretti resort 2015 collection, combining all of the peculiarities those retro inspirations have and interpreting everything on the background of the totally amazing blue and purple color plays. Generally it is quite difficult to create a whole line based on a limited number of shades especially, if those shades are so specific and hard to manage. Still, this collection is the most impeccable proof of the endless creativity and proficiency of Alberta Ferretti suggesting using the diverse and, indeed, breathtaking design patterns as the key to bring in some color plays and interesting textures for the most to-die-for gowns and combinations.

Alberta Ferretti Resort 2015 Collection


So that’s how we see the very first mini dress carrying an A-line silhouette and some very catchy design patterns of sequins having pink, blue, purple, and white shades, forming images resembling the tails of the birds of Eden. Similar design solutions can also be found with floor length dresses, coming with straight shapes and generally sleeveless finishes. Stripy and fluttery design details are also noteworthy for the overall chic of the looks that follow right after. The same can be said about the relaxed maxi skirts with curious shimmery textures and twin pockets as well as comfy garments like red jackets topping the other nice forms of minidresses.
Drapings and classic forms like straight pants form the individuality of the following pieces. As for the color plays of different tones of blue put together, stripes and sheer fabrics like chiffon are what secure their totally wanna-have looks. For more energizing and lively combinations, we also see the combos of red and yellow tones, looking really great and memorable with the shapes we’ve seen previously.

Alberta Ferretti Resort 2015 Collection

Alberta Ferretti Resort 2015 Collection
The monochrome looks we encounter later, featuring shades of khaki green, red, and blue form the next array of options we would like to talk about. Finally, it’s the tiny and happy flora patterns, the luxurious beads and rhinestones and the absolutely sumptuous and glamorous shimmery fabrics that compose the range of luxurious bordeaux with black gowns concluding the Alberta Ferretti resort 2015 collection.
If you have been missing the creative and ultra-feminine suggestions by Alberta Ferretti, the brand new pack of imagination and magic entitled Alberta Ferretti resort 2015 collection is just what you need for complete happiness! So let it take you to the wonderful world of imagination once more!

Alberta Ferretti Resort 2015 Collection

Alberta Ferretti Resort 2015 Collection

Photos courtesy of WWD

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