The Alberta Ferretti Spring/Summer 2014 campaign puts a series of free flowing dresses on display. In line with the brand's couture approach to apparel was the photography work of Peter Lindbergh who captured up close detailing in each image.
Much like the advertisements of Lindbergh, the collection showcased in these advertisements reveal intricate flower petals and windswept fabrics to viewers. At the same time, the series also teases out a series of bold intricately paired colors via stripes of navy blue, orange and teal, all of which have been laced together within individual pieces.
Chunky, drooping earrings are similarly central to this Alberta Ferretti set. Whether in the form of coral petals or thin oblong shapes, there is much eclecticism present.
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