Il Gufo Spring Summer 2014

Italian Children’s Clothing by Giovanna Miletti SHOP

Il Gufo Spring Summer 2014 Fashion Show…Hot off the press from Pitti Immagine Bimbo… 11:00 am today, June 28th Il Gufo from Italy launched their Spring Summer 2014 collection on the catwalk at Pitti Immagine Bimbo Trade Show in Firenze, Italy. Il Gufo was cool enough to do a live stream of the fashion show for all who couldn’t attend.

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Behind the catwalk was a full orchestra which fit into the Spring Summer 2014 collection theme.

Just like the musical instruments in an orchestra express themselves in unison to create a symphony, the pieces in the new Il Gufo Spring Summer 2014 range come together in a collection that finds its strength in the harmony of its colors.

Il Gufo Spring Summer 2014 Fashion Show

You’ll find a blend of innovation and elegance that has always characterized Il Gufo. The most delicate and romantic pieces are characterized by brushstrokes of color that give a watercolor effect to the soft, light fabrics. You’ll also find a more casual, sporty spirit, with appliqués of large colored circles or maxi flower reliefs.

For Spring Summer 2014 you’ll find a skillful use of color which is the result of on-going research and testing by Il Gufo’s in-house style and design Department’s. You’ll find shades of deep and ultramarine blue, as well as cornflower, cut determinedly across the garments, in solid colors or mixed together to give checkered or striped effects.

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IL GUFO SS14 pitti bimbo boy girl
IL GUFO SS14 pitti bimbo girls

In the boy’s collection, you’ll find cotton pullovers, linen shirts and denim trousers in shades of greens – lime, kiwi, apple and military, that meet shades of blue.

For little girls you’ll find a shade of pink, from strawberry to raspberry, plays with orange on dresses, blouses in voile and skirts in tulle. You’ll also find white and a range of greys, which find their natural match in red and yellow, for combinations that feel alive and are perfect for ‘children who want to be dressed as children’.