??? Top Italian fashion designers have shown their ready-to-wear Spring-Summer collections for next year in?
GV INTERIOR. Fashion house of Enzo - models wearing two-piece suits of orange yellow with matching hats (3 shots)
GV Grand parade - models wearing full length dresses with matching topcoats and two-piece suits
GV Titti Brugnoli, models wearing suits with worsted hats (3 shots)
SV Models wearing evening dress, flowing cotton (2 shots)
GV Heinz Riva - models wearing evening wear, long skirts with patterned slacks and contrasting blouses
SV Models wearing raincoats with irregular squares in red, blue and white (2 shots)
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Background: ??? Top Italian fashion designers have shown their ready-to-wear Spring-Summer collections for next year in the Palazzo Pitti at Florence.
The collections from the house of Enzo features a classic theme - a style which has brought positive results for the designer in the past.
On this occasion the Enzo collection brings small bust-lines, young little jackets, over-wide pleated dresses and an almost total absence of buttons, with the styles fastened at the collar and waistline. The entire collection has a limited colour range of cold mustard, porcelain blue and yellow orange.
From the house of Titti Brugnoli comes a collection described by fashion experts as "self-possessed, amusing, young and wearable".
Brugnoli suits for next year feature jackets with rounded shoulders ??? and generally long, although a classic short jacket, suitable for any time of day, has been included. For evening wear, Brugnoli showed colourful dresses, filmy and romantic.
Next year's Heinz Riva collection opened with late afternoon and evening wear -- long skirts, enormous patterned slacks, and contrasting blouses. The leading colours from Riva are emerald green, Swissair blue, vivid red, and the odd touch of browns, purples and whites.
For outerwear Riva showed a series of raincoats with large irregular squares in vivacious colours -- red, white and blue, cut in panels to give a soft effect.