Style never dies and Michele Franzese Moda has always shown its style through many top brands present in its selection. Starting from Tom Ford and Etro, passing through The Attico and Balmain, up to Givenchy and many others, whose collections are available on www.michelefranzesemoda.com.
Tom Ford is the golden man of Gucci, the stylistic heir of Yves Saint Laurent, born in 1962 in Austin, Texas and raised in Santa Fe, New Mexico. His career in the fashion world began in 1994, when he was appointed Creative Director of all the lines of the Gucci group and since 1999 also of the historic French maison Yves Saint Laurent. In 2004 he announced the creation of the Tom Ford brand. Its powerful vision of modernity, feminine glamor, exquisitely crafted and masterfully finished fabrics for day / evening clothing allow women of any age to enhance their personality and present the most fascinating part of themselves to the world.
The Etro designer collections include suits, sweaters, bags, t-shirts and much more, for men and women. In the international imagination, Etro is linked to a clear and meaningful symbol, the paisley. The famous drop-shaped motif originates in Mesopotamia, where it symbolized the bud of the date palm, the tree of life. The brand, born from the creative inspiration of the Milanese Gerolamo Etro, started its business in 1968, with the production of furnishing fabrics: from cashmere and silk fabrics, to linen and cotton, each fabric painted, through the use of intense colors such as orange, yellow and fuchsia, a new idea of style.
The Attico was born from two street style icons, Gilda Ambrosio and Giorgia Tordini. Both graduates in Fashion Design, they launched the brand in February 2016 and soon entered the Olympus of fashion. Gilda’s extravagant creativity, contained by Giorgia’s most rigid and feminine part, animates collections characterized by soft profiles, sumptuous fabrics and vintage details enriched with lace, silk and satins. The flagship item is the robe de chambre: the dresses are reminiscent of dressing gowns, shirts and pajamas interpreted with velvets, laces, chamois, acetates, shiny silks, shantung and chenille, covered with sequins and never dull colors, with noteworthy color blocks for sensual and glamorous women.
The Balmain Paris collections include t-shirts, sneakers, jeans, dresses, sweatshirts and much more for men and women. A classic Balmain were the bell-shaped skirts, fluffy, with hips. The fabrics are very precious: wool and silk crêpe, shantung or brocade. Precious attention to detail, in embroidery and details. Creative director is now Olivier Rousteing, who has never attempted to emulate Balmain’s original style trying to recreate the puffy evening dresses, but has been inspired by the tradition of the company for details and hand stitching, offering a style sensual with rock influences.
Founded in 1952 by Hubert de Givenchy, the Givenchy maison is synonymous with elegance, sensuality and romanticism. In June 2020 it opened a new chapter in its history with the appointment of Matthew M. Williams as creative director of the men’s and women’s collections. A self-taught designer, Williams brought attention to detail as well as an intuitive understanding of tailoring, technology and integrity in fashion.