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Published:Friday | June 18, 2021 | 1:09 AM
Silky midi skirts featured new Ferrari prints with collages of classic racing cars and the Ferrari logo.
Designer Rocco Iannone accepts applause at the conclusion of the Ferrari women’s and men’s Spring Summer 2022 collection in Maranello, Italy, on Sunday. The 35-year-old designer was previously creative director at Pal Zileri after more than a decade at Giorgio Armani and a stint at Dolce&Gabbana.
The youthful street wear feel was sophisticated, with oversized Ferrari branding on shirts, complemented by wide shorts with reflective tape or loose-fitting trousers sportily fastened at the ankle.
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Ferrari V12 production cars were suspended over the factory floor Sunday night as the 74-year-old luxury car maker launched a new era as a lifestyles brand, with a runway show unveiling its first ready-to-wear collection targeting a younger generation that might not be aware of its Formula One racing pedigree and coveted performance street cars. Models walked along the halted production line in a symbolic gesture that underlined the creative interplay between Ferrari’s long lineage of sleek, curved automotive bodies and the fashion line by creative director Rocco Iannone, strong on structured outwear contrasting with fluid, bright printed silks in Ferrari red, Scuderia yellow and electric blue. Something Extra brings you the highlights.