Salvatore Ferragamo Spring/Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection – Milan Fashion Week

Massimiliano Giornetti’s latest collection had a buoyant grace. Though it’s not activewear by any stretch of the imagination, a woman could be active in these dresses and look great.
Leather is almost obligatory chez Ferragamo, even for Spring. Giornetti did a fine job of making it suitable for warm weather, cutting it in generous proportions and using bar-tacked seams that quite literally let a paperbag-waist skirt and loose-fitting culottes breathe. But the best pieces here weren’t skins. Rather, they were the midi-length sundresses in lofty cotton: one in black with bows on the shoulder straps; a strapless style with a wrapped waist in sky blue; and another strapless frock that combined tiers or black, dusty pink, and coral. Knit dresses had a springy bounce, too. By comparison, chiffon numbers with feather embellishments looked fussy, and there were a few too many extraneous bows on other pieces. Still, all in all, this was a good-looking outing for Giornetti.

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  1. I was eager to see the collection but I am a bit disappointed. I mean I love the monochromatic looks, the black dresses are stunning but I am not a fan of stripes here.

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