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Some summer time shows are colorful, some aren’t. This collection was certainly within the former category and was in line with a few of the other collections out of this season which have renedered bold utilization of vibrant yellow and orange tones.

Designer Massimo Giornetti certainly transformed inspiration for his latest collection in the helm of Italian fashion house Salvatore Ferragamo. If fall-winter 2012 involved reinventing the thought of an elegant businessman in dark and deep colors, for spring-summer time 2013 the designer elected for any pleased and lively mood that infected the entire collection, because of appealing and bold shades. There isn’t any room for black for Ferragamo sunglasses summer 2013 season, but this doesn’t imply that the gathering displayed by Giornetti wasn’t refined. Actually it incorporated desirable and, first and foremost, wearable pieces, developed in a contented palette of colours that mixes colorful hues, or fresh sorbet shades, showing that color obstructing at its finest doesn’t exclude perfectly customized pieces and sartorial silhouettes, matched up with youthful and colorful athletic shoes, even most abundant in sophisticated and delicate suits. Graphic designs and stripes would be the only prints shown on the Milanese runway, for any collection that began having a wise orgy of colours, and ended with pure and immaculate whitened looks, adorned by small and colorful particulars. Once more Giornetti shipped a wise, beautiful and desirable collection, but first and foremost he dared using a concept, color obstructing, inside a new and appealing way.

If you haven’t become it right now, color may be the trend for Spring-Summer 2013. Salvatore Ferragamo rocks us together with his vibrant yellows, blues, oranges and vegetables. His crisp whites leave us in awe whether on their own or as accents.

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