Lorenzo Riva – Italian Women’s Fashion Fall/Winter 2007/2008
Lorenzo Riva’s 2007/2008 Fall/Winter Women’s collection is a combination of 1960s styles and fabrics accompanied by a contemporary clean line. The Scottish tweed is an interesting fabric choice that seems to be gaining space on the streets of Milan. The summer temperatures are starting to give way to the fall evenings. The Scottish tweed just seems appropriately warm for the cooler days and dropping temperatures.
For those who do not appreciate the tweed Lorenzo Riva does not disappoint. Bright red cotton-wool fabrics are the basis for evening feminine and slightly sensual office and evening wear. The cut is clean but does not exactly follow the curves. Instead they create the professional pressed look that makes these dresses perfect, and appreciated, in almost any office environment. They are perfect under the overcoat or fur while hinting at that “I am beautiful” attitude.
No line would be complete without a few pieces that wrap the body accentuating a woman’s femininity. Available in both the lighter pearl gray and the eye catching red without a doubt these outfits will be a hit both in the office and perfect for dinner and dancing. The embroidered dress is my favorite. I become melted butter when in the presence of a beautiful women who dresses well.
The evening gowns are sensual. I would venture to say more than evening gowns these are evening, into the night, the best is yet to come gowns. You must have the appropriate occasion to wear these but just think about one of these beauties draped around your marvelous curves.
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