Alfa Parf's Four-Trend Collection

Jan Hillenmeyer | February 1, 2012 | 9:45 AM
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The Appassionata trend, created by Ramiro Mata, is glamorous and seductive.
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Bella Donna, by Eliabe Moreira, showcases the blurring of the lines between masculine and feminine.
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Bravo & Sexy by Alan Keville marks a new return to classic elegance for men.
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Cantrappunto by the Gabrio staff, is a look that is both angelic and fearless.
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Alfa Parf Milano’s latest style collection is influenced by the 1970s, a tumultuous decade characterized by change in all areas of the cultural landscape. Four trends emerge in this collection.

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