February 23, 2012 Milan
Parts of Iceberg's Fall show felt like Balmain-lite—the disheveled sexy look, minus the couture-quality workmanship, could be seen in the sequin numbers, the sharp, lapel-less jackets, and the second-skin leather pants riding low on the hips. Where Gerani put the Iceberg stamp on things was with the knitwear. There were sweaters here that will give shoppers a reason to go into the label's stores, starting with look number 1, a long-sleeved clingy dress in black and ivory shot through with gold. Crewnecks in bright intarsias looked fresh, too, as did the little furs that echoed them with their multicolor patterns.