Elegant retro style is coming back to the fashion – thank to these three awesome brands!

Elegant retro silhouette returns to the fashion scene thanks to these three brands!

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The current fashion weeks have shown numerous collections and announced trends for autumn / winter 2017./2018. Although it seems far away, some of pre-autumn trends already discernible. Three of the world-famous brands were the attraction for the fashion critics during the recently concluded Milan Fashion Week. Elegant, feminine silhouette where skirts are not  allowed to be shorter than knee and flowing robes, seem to be the return of retro aesthetics. Evening dresses revived the former Hollywood glamour that seemed appropriate, knowing the recent Oscars Awards. Below we present a new collection of famous designers.

Bottega Veneta

Italian fashion house presented an elegant lady from the forties whose feminine silhouettes is reminiscent of the illustrations. A variety of mini and midi dress with slightly accentuated shoulders and narrow sleeves evoke the golden age of advertising industry of the last century. Also, let’s not forget about stylized retro hairstyles.

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Blumarine

Designer Anna Molinari is already for forty years at the top of the brand Blumarine. Through all these years she has maintained the aesthetics of a typical elegant women. Flowing dresses and lightweight materials with little emphasis on yellow are her representation of a urban lady who finds inspiration from an era when women wore only skirts.

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N ° 21

Relatively young Italian brand, launched in 2010, from season to season has been showing their interesting fashion side. For the new winter season they presented somewhat different aesthetics: Grandma’s heels, retro glasses and antique jewelry. They have refreshed flowing dresses with a variety of prints that dominate the collection. The inspiration for this fashion vision was Italian actress Anna Magnani, popular in the fifties of the last century.

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