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About Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti

Known for her lavishly romantic goddess gowns, Alberta Ferretti is a master in the art of feminine draping. The daughter of a dressmaker, Ferretti began her career working for the Jean-Paul Gaultier and Moschino fashion houses. In 1981 she launched her eponymous collection as well as Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti, a more youthful line. Her dresses' elegant flourishes and sumptuous fabrics have made the label a red-carpet favorite of fashion icons as Sarah Jessica Parker, Gwyneth Paltrow, Cate Blanchett, and Natalie Portman.

Past Sales Featuring Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti

Sale Ended February 05, 2011

Black and White and Red All Over

If your winter wardrobe is dominated by a wash of greys and blacks, you're not alone—but it might be time to consider breaking out of the rut. Our of-the-moment solution: Mix things up with some punchy red and white separates like the silky tops, curve-hugging dresses, and bold footwear we've rounded up here.

Sale Ended March 26, 2011

Women's Final Sale Part I

We believe in second chances here at Gilt—which is why we're offering up some of our designer favorites one last time. There's no shortage of much-loved labels here, from Stella McCartney and Just Cavalli, to D&G and Badgley Mischka. You'll find stunning floor-length gowns, crisp separates, and sexy underpinnings that will make you feel like a whole new you.

Sale Ended September 01, 2010

Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti

Known for her romantic, lavish gowns, it’s no surprise that Alberta Ferretti’s designs have been a red-carpet favorite for style icons like Sarah Jessica Parker and Natalie Portman. Re-energize your wardrobe with this A-list selection, from silk drop-waist dresses and printed silk skirts to feminine tailored pants and jackets.

Sale Ended December 26, 2009

Moschino Cheap & Chic and Philosophy di Alberta Ferretti

The whimsy of Cheap & Chic and the transcendence of Philosophy. Where to start? Take the gray coat bordered by playful purple appliqués or the buttoned-up blazer with splashes of colored paillettes. Then scoop up these two stunning dresses: one in olive netting encrusted with mocha sequins, and the other in red velvet with a peek of black lace.