Miss Marisa presents woman designer Anna Molinari’s Blumarine spring-summer 2011 catwalk
Hello miss Lopez readers this is Miss Marisa from frozen Rome today, it’s incredible the wonderful church Miss Lopez have been and the amazing people she knows like coach Mia Törnblom and irresistible actor Mikael Persbrandt.
Today to keep a positive actitude in spite of cold I’ll show you the  Blumarine new summer-spring 2011 collection.
Anna Molinari, born in Carpi in the 50’s,  has created the Anna Molinari and Blumarine ( a youger line )brands, her world is made of seduction, great vitality and expontaneous irony.
Sweet and full of energy the blonde stylist in three decades of creativity has known how to conquer the style world. She loves travelling and surround herself with antique and modern object, loves painting and music and of course fashion is her great passion.
She has created cult object like the t-shirts with Swarovski logo or the famous cardigan with vison neck we all have seen on the most famous Hollywood stars.
Style and imagine: Anna Molinari has worked with the best photographers like Helmut Newton and Alber Watson and dressed stars like Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford, Eva Herzigova, Carla Bruni, Monica Bellucci and others
For Anna Molinari fashion is a sensations mix influenced by more cultures, looking at the past and thinking about the future for modern, sexy a feminile woman.
Blumarine was established by Anna Molinari and Gianpaolo Tarabini her husband  in 1977, in the town of Carpi in the province of Modena. The name was inspired by the couple’s favourite colour and their love of the sea.
In 1980 they made their first appearance at Modit  in Milan where Blumarine was named Designer of the Year, which led to their first show at Milan Fashion Week the following year.  The 1986 Milan Fashion Week saw the first collection wholly designed by Anna Molinari.
The first Blumarine boutique was opened in the Via della Spiga, Milan, the most important shopping street in Milan, in 1990; the company now sells into more than 1000 retail outlets, of which 55 are own-brand boutiques. Her mother was her teacher and her muse, inspiring her with a love for making clothes, and teaching her stitching techniques. 
Her daughter Rossella Tarabini now oversees the Anna Molinari collections. She was born in 1968 and studied in Paris and London before taking over the design for the family house in 1995. Anna Molinari’s son Gianguido looks after the Menswear lines.
This amazing collection is full os pastel colours and incredible fantasies, accessories are a fundamental part of it with the incredible big bags and roman sandals, big golden necklaces.
I hope you like it and enjoy and feel good preparing for summer  womanhood!!!