Giovanni Fabiani at the CPM exhibition
From February 25 to 28, 2019, the Italian brand of stylish shoes and accessoriesGiovanni Fabiani will present its new collection of the seasonspring-summer 2019 at the exhibition CPM Collection Premiere Moscow in Moscow, Expocentre Fairgrounds.
The creation of flawless and feminine models by designers Giovanni Fabiani was inspired by Hollywood icons of modernity, such as Jennifer Lawrence and Rebecca Ferguson. The motto of the new collection is: "Never surprise, always fascinate", and her heroine is the very girl that a man, despite everything, cannot forget. A girl who wants to be noticeable, but at the same time does not follow the easy path of shocking. The spring-summer 2019 collection embodies modest moderation. The shapes and lines are sharp, carefully calibrated and not sharp. All shoes are practical, but at the same time very "tasty". Each pair is a special product that can be enjoyed from early morning until the evening.
Block heels are a novelty of the season. Low, massive, they are one of the leading trends. Mirror-glossy, these heels look especially impressive in combination with sharp capes and evoke memories of the legendary Studio 54 club with its sparkling disco balls. Glitter is no longer a dress code for evening outings and cocktails. Now shoes with sparkling details can be worn during the day. An even more glamorous option is a heel inlaid with large rhinestones. Such sandals will be a worthy addition to a daily or evening jewelry set.
Pearls, yellow gold details adorn suede, patent leather and leather with a craquel effect. Laser processing and perforation, sometimes too futuristic, add elegance to each model. The collection also includes sneakers and slip-ons, with an elastic band and with contrasting lacing made of lurex. Main colors: nude, beige, ivory, deep blue, cobalt, red, green, yellow, magenta.
You can learn more about the collection, consult with the company's managers and make an order at the exhibition CPM –Collection Premiere Moscow, in the Italian Pavilion 2.1.
Photo: Giovanni Fabiani