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Iceberg 2014 Spring/Summer Collection

For newly-appointed creative director – and Ermanno Scervino and Roberto Cavalli veteran – Federico Curradi’s first collection at Italian luxury fashion house Iceberg, the Florentine designer elected to stay true to the house’s signature dark, simple, tailored aesthetic while incorporating a number of his own touches. Curradi’s evolution of the label’s conceptual sporting and luxurious casual wear sees the injection of bold color blocking techniques as stripes and additional patterns include hues of blue, green, orange, tan and more across the likes of sweaters, bombers, cropped trousers and shorts. Additional details include asymmetrical closures, oddly-placed zippers and oversized pockets. Known for his “use of fine Italian craftsmanship and aggressive American marketing know-how,” Federico Curradi looks to make his Spring/Summer 2014 collection the first of many at Iceberg.

Author: Staff  /  Source: Fucking Young!
Date: Jun 24, 2013  /  Views: 10
Category: Style  /  Tags: Fashion, Iceberg