Sunday, July 13, 2014
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Gucci Does it Perfectly

If it was possible for designers to have perfect collections, Frida Giannini's collection for Gucci that kicked off Milan Fashion Week yesterday would be just that. The collection opened in bold color-blocked hues: teals, oranges and purples. The designer then sent out a groupings of creams and white, but they still maintained a spicy fitted edge. The silhouettes fit wonderfully to the body. It would be so nice to be in Milan. And nicer to be in the audience at Gucci. What do you think?

Gucci Does it Perfectly

If it was possible for designers to have perfect collections, Frida Giannini's collection for Gucci that kicked off Milan Fashion Week yesterday would be just that. The collection opened in bold color-blocked hues: teals, oranges and purples. The designer then sent out a groupings of creams and white, but they still maintained a spicy fitted edge. The silhouettes fit wonderfully to the body. It would be so nice to be in Milan. And nicer to be in the audience at Gucci. What do you think? 


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