Gwyneth Paltrow wore Genny on ‘Good Morning America’

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Feeling Right At Home

Gwyneth Paltrow wore Genny for her segment on “Good Morning America” today New York, NY over at ABC’s GMA Times Square studio.

The Genny brand was first launched in 1962 by Arnaldo and Donatella Girombelli.

The collection soon gained acclaim and popularity among women, claiming its place among the top names in Italian fashion, also on account of the stylistic contribution of famous designers such as Gianni Versace, who became the Creative Director at Genny in 1973.

The brand has belonged to Swinger International Group of Verona since 2011, which has chosen a new direction for Genny’s original style, focusing on aesthetics that feature flowing lines and a more feminine mood, achieved through painstaking attention to features and details.

This makes for collections that combine classic elements and modern textures, the interplay of prints and transparencies, resulting in prêt à porter collections that are undoubtedly chic but remember to cater for the needs of contemporary women.

All with the guarantee of Made in Italy. This transformation was made possible by Sara Cavazza Facchini, Artistic Director of the Maison since 2013, who has skilfully blended its heritage with a sense of timeless elegance, a genuine air of femininity and a contemporary mood achieved through the details.

With the added factor of conscientious sustainability, translating into the sustainable quality of the collections designed by Genny, and also embracing social responsibility for its employees and safeguarding the low impact of its products on the environment (responsible luxury).

Specialized press, fashion bloggers and customers have welcomed this new direction of Genny with renewed enthusiasm, whose intention for the future is to consolidate its style, expand its presence in key markets, and export the concept of Italian style at international level. 

Daniel Quintanilla

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