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Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Erzébeth, Feb 25, 2004.
i like these, but it's a bit heavy for me
i didnt really liek this collection at all.a bit heavy a bit to 'stevie nicks" for my taste.
Excellent. That slashed-skirt look in the third pic is fresh and a throwback at the same time. Behnaz Sarafpour showed the same theme in NY and I'm glad it's here in Milan. Looks great, feels great and is leggily wowing.
I didn't like it. It still felt like Madonna's 80s look.
There are bits of it I like but it doesn't really draw me as a whole.
I was dissapointed by this I liked a few peices but not as many as I expected to
but I loved this one
i like the whole collection
especially these 2..
valerine, i like those 2 pieces u posted too
they are so beautiful
in fact, the whole show was great! i it
not to forget to mention the beautiful makeup that matches with the whole collection so well...
i also love the beautiful gold pieces too
i also love the bright yellow and leopard print!
i love it!
and of course the purple is great!
i love all the colors in this show! sooo beautiful!
I like the last pic in the first post, (the purple dress)
who did the color specializing on this line? ack!!!
Those browns and golden tones doesnt seem Molinari at all
Anna herself in Harper's Bazaar Russia July 2008 scanned by me
Does anyone have any idea what happened to this line? is Rosella Tarabini still designing it? does it even exist?, it vanished all of a sudden and I have to say, I didn't notice until quite recently (4 years after its last show ).. I really liked it though, it was very Italian, and a lot more refined and sensible than Blumarine, but less commercial than Blugirl, it was the perfect balance, it's a shame Milan gets less and less of that type of shows these days, when they're such a positive promotion imo.
Quick trip down memory lane..
I think there was a bit of a lack of consistency in the last decade but they always had some good pieces.
if I remember rightly, they said that after the last one they would stop the line for a while.
btw, blumarine had been sold as anna molinari historically due to trademark rights over here. so it's a bit complicated.
In Japan? do you mean you'd get Anna's designs and Rosella's all lumped together under the same name?
I remember Rosella being young (late 20s, early 30s, something like that) from a Bazaar article in maybe 2003, I hope the reason of the hiatus is other projects (creative or personal) instead of finances.
Some of the pieces are not bad at all. HOwever, nothing truly stands out and it almost feels... uninspired.
Well those pics are from almost 10 years ago, you can see it in the dates.....
Ahh I miss Anna Molinari; her use of color and light was fabulous. You're right about the Milano collection thanks Mullet.