Gucci Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012 - Milan Fashion Week

There’s a special sense of beauty and glamor in Gucci Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012. As Frida Giannini said she’d just wanted to explore the optical side of feminine fashion. The Gucci 2012 Collection spiced up the Milan Fashion Week by impressive elements from art and photography, from our DNA and design history, by outlining the strong personality. The show presents the generosity of the hedonic era, stylish embroidery against the metropolis skyscrapers’ background and skillful working with 3D effect.

The Gucci 2012 Spring/Summer Collection is full of richly colored fur-and-felt units which attracted the audiences. Therefore, Giannini has completely replaced her love for the 70s by the glossy novelty of the modern era.

Frida Giannini at Gucci Spring RTW 2012 in Milan Special atmosphere was set by gold-and-black cocktail dresses with ornate art-deco beading around the waist. Gucci jackets also look like a great investment for the coming season. They are slightly shortened, collarless and decorated with gold-and-black adornments.

The Gucci Ready-To-Wear Spring/Summer 2012 could also boast some animal themes. For example, the double-breasted jackets with equestrian references via frog latches, or giraffe and zebra prints merged with leopard spots.

As lustrous as ever, the collection prevailed with black, white and gold perfect pieces along with smoky eyes. Many outfits were just slightly touched with a gold shades. For instance, a strapless green piece had a line of gold around the hips or the bronze-touched gladiator sandals with killer high heels.

Among the new and glossy models there were the old Gucci sexy ensembles–a cutaway black swimsuit, with a transparent touch of chiffon over it, and low-cut silky dresses.

All in all, the show was fantastic, with a genuine Italian talent and sense of style. Take a look at Gucci Spring/Summer 2012:

Tags: , , ,

If you enjoyed this post you might want to subscribe to our RSS Feed!