The Frankie Morello Spring/Summer 2012 'Souvenir of Italy' collection presented at the Milano Moda Donna Fashion Week is fun, young and extremely stylish. The collection tells a story of young globetrotters visiting the key sights of Italy -- Portofino, Venice, Rome, Pisa and the Amalfi Coast -- through its pieces, which were inspired by typical souvenirs such as photos, little statues and postcards.
You can't miss the themes in the Frankie Morello runway presentation, as they are boldly printed on tops and gowns or attached to models' heads as curious headpieces. This unique, witty collection doesn't follow the floral patterned themes seen throughout Spring/Summer 2012 collections; instead, it stands out from the crowd and captures the imagination and hearts of the young and adventurous.
Another recurring pattern seen in this collection is cycle couture, just like in the Frankie Morello Spring/Summer 2012 menswear collection. The skirts are short and the bike shorts are knee-length, offering the perfect inspiration to discover Italy by bike next summer.