The Alberta Ferretti Pre-Fall 2014 collection is inspired by the work of Josef Hoflehner, an award-winning Austrian photographer known for his cinematic shots of ships and sailors. Although it might be apparent to some right off the bat, the designs are influenced by a marine theme. This subtle motif is "evident in everything from peacoats and sailor pants to a painterly jacquard suggestive of moonlit waves," as noted by Style.com.
Full of gold accents, the Alberta Ferretti Pre-Fall 2014 collection particularly focuses on the insignia on officers’ uniforms. Yet for all of this, the designs are elegantly feminine. And for drama, the designer introduced a slew of dyed furs in the form of navy, black and blue pony-skin, mink and fox.
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