Blumarine is a line of pret-a-porter created in 1977 by Italian designer Anna Molinari with her husband Gianpaolo Tarabini. The label signed a total look feminine and cosmopolitan allure fabulous and steeped in the "joie de vivre" given off by the bright colors such as fuchsia.
Between past and future, the designer was inspired by the 70s, tradition and cultural influences, from travel and outstanding natural beauty, from the world of art and music, for a modern woman, joyful and sexy.
The "Queen of Roses" Anna Molinari is famous for its evening gowns and minidresses fashionable, seductive and fun, as well as t-shirts with the logo in Swarovski crystals and micro cardigan "Blu-Vi" cashmere, worn by Hollywood celebrities.
Freedom to be and modernity characterize the Blumarine collections of ethereal dresses in silk or tye-dye effect, taby-shirts in silk, micro t-shirt and leggings, dresses and caftans lightweight, couture suit in technical fabrics and leather pants work laminated or colored cotton, belts with buckles combined with precious bags.
Colors of the sea and the sand of the desert, next to solar color mixes that come from Jamaica, fluorescent colors matched with camouflage print and decorations of sequins, stones, pearls and rhinestones, as well as the ever-present animal prints, traditional or colorful, portray the leaders of the brand.
The label also produces lines "Blugirl" for girls, "Miss Blumarine" and "Baby Blumarine, from 0 up to 16 years.