Miss Blumarine Girl launched the Fall/Winter 2013-2014 Collection at the Pitti Bimbo Fashion Show on January 17, 2013 in Florence, Italy.
Miss Blumarine Girl designer Anna Molinari paints the winter in a snowy whiteness of an icy forest, dressing dainty girls who love powdery nuances and forceful hues, intensified by unusual fabrics such as embroidered mohair with a lace effect and spectacular chenille studded with micro-sequins.
In this collection, you’ll find small overcoats in wool velour, skirts and pants in Milano stitch, and dresses that sway with tiny ruffles are enhanced by an unexpected alliance of emerald green, wafer beige, and chiffon pink. In true Miss Blumarine Girl style, there is a union of charm and wild spirit featuring prints with orchid and animal patterns.
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The fashion show featured celebrity kids models including Rosa and Linda, the daughters of actress Claudia Gerini; and Aileen and Olivia, the daughters of TV host Silvia Hsieh and Alessandro Diamanti, soccer player for Bologna and the Italian national team.
Like graceful little princesses, Miss Blumarine girls wear harmonies of gray, chamomile yellow and gold, and cannot resist the skirts in laminated, pleated fabric or in fumé tulle embroidered with golden roses, the open-work knitwear in milky-white mohair with flashes of gold, and balloon dresses decorated with opaque sequins. This season’s new temptations include honey-colored faux furs.
A tribute to bon ton style lights up with shades of pink, wood, bronze and black, and is parsed in extraordinary fabrics that range from stretch chenille in rose patterns on tulle for dresses and skirts with a bubble silhouette, to black, point d’esprit tulle layered over silk.
Georgette printed in macro, milk&black houndstooth checks with big, coral-red poppies, and organza embroidered with delightful flowers soften the graphic effect of a line that includes T-shirts featuring hearts and billets-doux.
A season dedicated to high creativity sets the stage for a surprise finale, with a modern-day Alice dipping into a garden of light blue roses embossed on velvet and silk.